Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A bundle; a small collection or connected group; a cluster.
- n. A part of a printed work: a small number of printed or written sheets bound together.
- n. In mosses, the tissue of elongated cells taking the place of fibrovascular bundles in the nerves, etc.
‘Fascicle’ comes from the Latin ‘fascis,’ bundle.
“As part of the preliminary work for his edition of the poems, Ralph Franklin brought out in 1981 a facsimile edition of Dickinson’s hand-sewn albums, or ‘fascicles’ (as Mabel Todd called them), entitled The Manuscript Books of Emily Dickinson.”
“In 1858, [Dickinson] began to copy out her verse and sew it carefully into fascicles, unknown to anyone until after her death in 1886.”
“The fascicle of light that [the projector] emits has a perfect concentration.”