The selected lectures of Ralph Waldo Emerson / edited by Ronald A. Bosco & Joel Myerson

Author(s): Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882
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Subjects: Speeches, addresses, etc., American
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Athens : University of Georgia Press, c2005
LC Classification: P, PS
Table of Contents: The uses of natural history 1
Humanity of science 18
Ethics 33
An address delivered at Providence, Rhode Island, on the occasion of the opening of the Greene Street School 44
Human culture : introductory lecture read at the Masonic Temple in Boston 53
Genius 67
The poet 82
New England : genius, manners, and customs 98
The spirit of the times 116
The tendencies and duties of men of thought 136
England 152
Address to the citizens of Concord on the fugitive slave law 169
The Anglo-American 186
Poetry and English poetry 203
Address at the woman's rights convention 214
Country life - Concord 226
Powers of the mind 232
Morals 249
Reform 262
Essential principles of religion 272
Perpetual forces 281
The scholar 294
Fortune of the republic 310
Resources 327
The rule of life 348
Alternate Title(s): Speeches.
Additional Authors: Bosco, Ronald A
Myerson, Joel
Notes: LCCN: 2005008675
ISBN: 0820326445 (alk. paper)
ISBN: 0820327336 (pbk. : alk. paper)
EAN: 9780820326443 (alk. paper)
EAN: 9780820327334 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents: The uses of natural history (1833-1835) -- Humanity of science (1836-1848) -- Ethics (1837-1840) -- An address delivered at Providence, Rhode Island, on the occasion of the opening of the Greene Street School (10 June 1837) -- Human culture : introductory lecture read at the Masonic Temple in Boston (1837-1838) -- Genius (1839) -- The poet (1841-1842) -- New England : genius, manners, and customs (1843-1844) -- The spirit of the times (1848-1856) -- The tendencies and duties of men of thought (1848-1850) -- England (1848-1852) -- Address to the citizens of Concord on the fugitive slave law (1851) -- The Anglo-American (1852-1855) -- Poetry and English poetry (1854) -- Address at the woman's rights convention (1855) -- Country life, Concord (1857) -- Powers of the mind (1858) -- Morals (1859) -- Reform (1860) -- Essential principles of religion (1862) -- Perpetual forces (1862-1863) -- The scholar (1863) -- Fortune of the republic (1863-1864) -- Resources (1864-1871) -- The rule of life (1867-1871)
Physical Description: xxxvi, 379 p. ; 25 cm
OCLC Number: 58830149
ISBN/ISSN: 0820326445
0820327336
9780820326443
9780820327334

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