Ralph Waldo Emerson
Twayne Publishers, 1973 - 268 páginas
The beliefs of the nineteenth-century Transcendentalist are discussed together with his aesthetic theory and poetic achievements
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Foreword and Acknowledgments
THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMERSONS
EMERSONS MATURE THOUGHT
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achieved admiration American beauty become believed better called century character Christian church considered continued created creatures divine early earth effect England Essays example existence experience expression eyes fact feeling followed force friends give given human ideal ideas important individual intellectual interest Italy Jesus kind knew later lectures less live looked mankind matter means mind moral nature never once organization original past perfect period person philosophical physical poem poet poetry political possible principle Quaker qualities race Ralph Waldo Emerson readers realized reason relation religion religious revealed seemed seen sense single society soul speak spiritual things thinkers thought tion true truth turn United universe virtue volume whole women writing young
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