Ralph Waldo Emerson
Ralph Waldo Emerson was one of America's most influential thinkers, and indisputably the central figure of the American Renaissance of the mid-19th century. His essay Nature is considered to be the founding document for the Transcendentalist movement, and his influence can be seen in the writings of Whitman, Thoreau, Melville, and countless others. A synthesis of the most relevant interpretations of Emerson and his work, this freshly updated edition offers a first-rate study guide on this important essayist and philosopher at a level of depth that will lend new insight and inspire research.
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The Question of Means
The American Religion
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