All Items 1 Collection 2 Archives & Special Collections 1 Emily Dickinson Collection 1 Contributor 1 Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886 1 Topic 3 American poetry 1 Archives 1 Women poets, American 1 Part Of 1 Emily Dickinson Collection 1 Genre 2 Poems 1 Transcriptions (documents) 1 mods.identifier 3 Amherst Manuscript # fascicle 80 1 Franklin # 42 1 Johnson Poems # 8 1 Transcription of Emily Dickinson's "There is a word" Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886 A typed transcription of Emily Dickinson's poem "There is a word." The transcription is part of the collection of transcriptions of Dickinson's poems produced by Mabel Loomis Todd for publication in a volume edited by her. Most transcriptions are in Todd’s own hand; some are typed, and some were transcribed by other individuals. Editor's marks, alternate wording, and notations are written on the transcript. "Forgotten" is written above the transcribed poem and "'World' typewriter The Jones Library" is written in the bottom right corner. "There is a word" was typed on the reverse side. This transcription is part of the Printer's Copy for Poems: Third Series. This transcript may relate to Emily Dickinson's manuscript "There is a word" (Amherst Manuscript fascicle 80) in this collection. Transcription of Emily Dickinson's "There is a word"