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But I wish you would have the plates of the standard edition patched up. There are dozens of broken letters, and in many cases the broken letter is entirely destroyed—I have marked an example on page 144.
"The Lark"5 I'll send you soon after I go back to New York6. Mr. Rollo Ogden7 wants me to use8 his translation of a Spanish song9 in the book. He is an accomplished Spanish scholar, and the translation I used is very vague.
I return to New York on
November sixth. The woods2 are getting wintry now.