Essential Writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson

 
 
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American essayist, lecturer, poet, and leader of the Transcendentalist movement, Ralph Waldo Emerson was a champion of individualism and major critic of the prevailing society of his time. Emerson forwarded his ideology by publishing dozens of essays and giving over 1500 lectures in the United States during his lifetime. Emerson's philosophy did not espouse any specific tenets but rather promoted generally the principles of individuality, freedom, the ability for humankind to realize almost anything, and the relationship between the soul and the surrounding world. Gathered together in this volume is a comprehensive selection of his writings which includes the following: "Nature", "The American Scholar", "An Address Delivered Before Divinity College", "The Transcendentalist", "The Lord's Supper", "Essays (First and Second Series)", "Plato", "Napoleon", "English Traits", Selections from "The Conduct of Life", "Solitude and Society", "Farming", "Ezra Ripley", "Emancipation in the British West Indies", "The Fugitive Slave Law", "John Brown", "The Emancipation Proclamation", "Thoreau", "Abraham Lincoln", "Carlyle", and a selection of his poetry.
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  • Title page
  • NATURE
  • THE AMERICAN SCHOLAR: An Oration delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, at Cambridge, August 31, 1837.
  • AN ADDRESS: Delivered before the Senior Class in Divinity College, Cambridge, Sunday Evening, July 15, 1838.
  • THE TRANSCENDENTALIST: A Lecture read at the Masonic Temple, Boston, January, 1842.
  • THE LORD'S SUPPER
  • ESSAYS: FIRST SERIES
  • ESSAY I. HISTORY.
  • ESSAY II. SELF-RELIANCE
  • ESSAY III. COMPENSATION
  • ESSAY IV. SPIRITUAL LAWS
  • ESSAY V. LOVE
  • ESSAY VI. FRIENDSHIP
  • ESSAY VII. PRUDENCE
  • ESSAY VIII. HEROISM
  • ESSAY IX. THE OVER-SOUL
  • ESSAY X. CIRCLES
  • ESSAY XI. INTELLECT
  • ESSAY XII. ART
  • ESSAYS: SECOND SERIES
  • ESSAY I. THE POET
  • ESSAY II. EXPERIENCE
  • ESSAY III. CHARACTER
  • ESSAY IV. MANNERS
  • ESSAY V. GIFTS
  • ESSAY VI. NATURE
  • ESSAY VII. POLITICS
  • ESSAY VIII. NOMINALIST AND REALIST
  • ESSAY IX. NEW ENGLAND REFORMERS
  • PLATO
  • OR, THE PHILOSOPHER.
  • NAPOLEON
  • OR, THE MAN OF THE WORLD.
  • ENGLISH TRAITS
  • CHAPTER I. FIRST VISIT TO ENGLAND
  • CHAPTER II. VOYAGE TO ENGLAND
  • CHAPTER III. LAND
  • CHAPTER IV. RACE
  • CHAPTER V. ABILITY
  • CHAPTER VI. MANNERS
  • CHAPTER VII. TRUTH
  • CHAPTER VIII. CHARACTER
  • CHAPTER IX. COCKAYNE
  • CHAPTER X. WEALTH
  • CHAPTER XI. ARISTOCRACY
  • CHAPTER XII. UNIVERSITIES
  • CHAPTER XIII. RELIGION
  • CHAPTER XIV. LITERATURE
  • CHAPTER XV. THE "TIMES
  • CHAPTER XVI. STONEHENGE
  • CHAPTER XVII. PERSONAL
  • CHAPTER XVIII. RESULT
  • CHAPTER XIX. SPEECH AT MANCHESTER
  • THE CONDUCT OF LIFE
  • WEALTH
  • CULTURE
  • SOCIETY AND SOLITUDE
  • FARMING
  • POEMS
  • GOOD-BYE
  • THE PROBLEM
  • URIEL
  • THE RHODORA:
  • THE HUMBLE-BEE
  • THE SNOW-STORM
  • ODE
  • FORBEARANCE
  • FORERUNNERS
  • GIVE ALL TO LOVE
  • THRENODY
  • CONCORD HYMN
  • MAY-DAY
  • THE ADIRONDACS
  • BRAHMA
  • MERLIN'S SONG
  • HYMN
  • DAYS
  • CHARACTER
  • WALDEN
  • LINES TO ELLEN
  • SELF-RELIANCE
  • WEBSTER
  • EZRA RIPLEY, D. D.
  • EMANCIPATION IN THE BRITISH WEST INDIES
  • THE FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW, Address to Citizens of Concord, May 3, 1851.
  • JOHN BROWN
  • THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION
  • THOREAU
  • ABRAHAM LINCOLN
  • CARLYLE

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