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Title:Essays and Poems
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Publisher:Barnes Noble Classics
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Number of Pages:560
Category:Poetry, Classics, Philosophy, Essays, Non fiction

Essays and Poems by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Peter Norberg

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Self-Reliance, Nature, The Essential Writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson, The Portable Emerson, The Essays of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance and Other Essays, Nature and Selected Essays, Essays and Lectures, Selected Essays, Essays and Poems
This first Library of America volume of Emerson s writing covers the most productive period of his life Our most eloquent champion of individualism Emerson acknowledges at the same time the countervailing pressures of society in American life Even as he extols what he called the great and crescive self he dramatizes and records its vicissitudes br br Here are the indispensable and most renowned works including The American Scholar our intellectual Declaration of Independence as Oliver Wendell Holmes called it The Divinity School Address considered atheistic by many of his listeners the summons to Self Reliance along with the more embattled realizations of Circles and especially Experience Here too are his wide ranging portraits of Montaigne Shakespeare and other representative men and his astute observations on the habits lives and prospects of the English and American people br br This volume includes Emerson s well known i Nature Addresses and Lectures i his i Essays First Series i and i Essays Second Series i plus i Representative Men i i English Traits i and his later book of essays i The Conduct of Life i These are the works that established Emerson s colossal reputation in America and found him admirers abroad as diverse as Carlyle Nietzsche and Proust br br Emerson s enduring power is apparent everywhere in American literature in those like Whitman and some of the major twentieth century poets who seek to corroborate his vision and among those like Hawthorne and Melville who questioned qualified and struggled with it Emerson s vision reverberates also in the tradition of American philosophy notably in the writings of William James and John Dewey in the works of his European admirers such as Nietzsche and in the avant garde theorists of our own day who write on the nature and function of language The reasons for Emerson s durability will be obvious to any reader who follows the exhilarating exploratory movements of his mind in this uniquely full gathering of his work br br Not merely another selection of his essays this volume includes all his major books in their rich entirety No other volume conveys so comprehensively the exhilaration and exploratory energy of perhaps America s greatest writer, This volume edited by Carl Bode in collaboration with Malcolm Cowley presents the essential Emerson selected from works that eloquently express the philosophy of a worldly idealist b The Portable Emerson b comprises essays including History Self Reliance The Over Soul Circles and The Poet Emerson s first book b Nature b in its entirety twenty two poems including Uriel The Humble Bee and Give All to Love orations including The American Scholar The Fugitive Slave Law and John Brown b English Traits b complete and biographical essays on Plato Napoleon Henry David Thoreau Thomas Carlyle and others, Essayist poet and philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson propounded a transcendental idealism emphasizing self reliance self culture and individual expression The six essays and one address included in this volume selected from i Essays First Series i and i Essays Second Series i offer a representative sampling of his views outlining that moral idealism as well as a hint of the later skepticism that colored his thought In addition to the celebrated title essay the others included here are History Friendship The Over Soul The Poet and Experience plus the well known and frequently read Harvard Divinity School Address, Emerson Alfred Kazin observes in his Introduction was a great writer who turned the essay into a form all his own His celebrated essays the twelve published in Essays First Series and eight in Essays Second Series are here presented for the first time in an authoritative one volume edition which incorporates all the changes and corrections Emerson made after their initial publication