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Walt Whitman to Richard Maurice Bucke, [(?) December 1878]

Give my regards to Mr. Forman and tell him that I have nothing definite to say at the present about an English ed.​ of my poems, but I will keep it in mind and will keep him in mind in connection with it. Perhaps next summer I shall have something definite to say about it. Just now I do not think anything can be done. Tell him also that [what] I have to say about the English Ed.​ will be first presented to him. I have many friends in England but he will be the first consulted.

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