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Emerson by Paul More

Paul Elmer Moore.  "Emerson" The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes.  New York: Putnam, 1907-21; New York: Bartleby.Com, 2000.

  1. The High Place of Emerson in American Letters -
  2. His Youth and Training -
  3. His Journals -
  4. Nature; Essays -
  5. The American Scholar; The Divinity School Address -
  6. Representative Men; English Traits -
  7. Emersonís Optimism -
  8. Emersonís Resignation from the Ministry -
  9. Its Significance -
  10. His Place in the Romantic Movement -
  11. Form and Style -
  12. Ideas -
  13. His Failure to Perceive the Meaning of Evil; The Rarity and Beauty of his Accomplishment-


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