Emerson Society

Annual Bibliography 1996

Addison, Elizabeth. “Obedience And Algebra: From Listening To Language In Emerson’S Response To Mary Rotch”. ESQ 42 (1996): 153-94. Print.

Albrecht, James M. “Emerson On Fire”. Raritan 15 (1996): 148-60. Print.

Arnold, Matthew. The Letters Of Matthew Arnold. Cecil Y Lang. Vol. 1. Universtity of Virginia Press, 1996. Print.

Baker, Carlos. Emerson Among The Eccentrics: A Group Portrait. New York: Viking Press, 1996. Print.

Barton, Cynthia H. Transcendental Wife: The Life Of Abigail May Alcott. University Press of America, 1996. Print.

Branch, Michael P, and John Elder. “Ralph Waldo Emerson”. American Nature Writers. Vol. 1. Scribner’s, 1996. 287-307. Print.

Bufkin, Kathryn. “By Their Fruits, Ye Shall Know Them’: The Theological Background Of Emerson’s ‘Thoreau’”. ESQ 42 (1996): 51-67. Print.

Burkholder, Peter J. Charles Ives And His World. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1996. Print.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. Emerson’s Philosophical Path To A Vocation. Transcendental Books, 1996. Print.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson And William Batchelder Greene’s Creativity And Questing”. ARLR 10 (1996): 3-63. Print.

Carney, Raymond. American Vision: The Films Of Frank Capra. Wesleyan University Press, 1996. Print.

Cavell, Stanley, Sanford Budick, and Wolfgang Iser. “Emerson’s Constitutional Amending: Reading ‘Fate’”. The Translatablity Of Cultures: Figurations Of The Space Between. Stanford, 1996. 101-26. Print.

Cowley, Malcolm. New England Writers And Writing. Donald W Faulkner. University Press of New England, 1996. Print.

Duffy, Edward. “Stanley Cavell’s Redemptive Reading: A Philosophical Labour In Progress”. UTQ 65 (1996): 561-83. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Hitch Your Wagon To A Star, And Other Quotations From Ralph Waldo Emerson. Columbia University Press, 1996. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Representative Men. Douglas Emory Wilson. Harvard University Press, 1996. Print.

Field, Kate. Selected Letters. Carolyn J Moss. Southern Illinois University Press, 1996. Print.

von Frank, Albert, James Barbour, and Tom Quirk. “The Composition Of Nature: Writing And The Self In The Launching Of A Career”. Biographies Of Books: The Compositional Histories Of Notable American Writings. Missouri, 1996. 11-40. Print.

Habich, Robert D. “Emerson’s Lives”. NEQ 69 (1996): 631-39. Print.

Heller, Charles E. Portrait Of An Abolitionist: A Biography Of George Luther Stearns, 1809-1867. Greenwood Press, 1996. Print.

Hudnut, Robert K. The Aesthetics Of Ralph Waldo Emerson: The Materials And Methods Of His Poetry. Edwin Mellen Press, 1996. Print.

Hurth, Elisabeth. “When ‘Man Makes God’: Feuerbachian Atheism In New England”. ESQ 42 (1996): 255-89. Print.

Jackson, Leon. “The Social Construction Of Thomas Carlyle’s New England Reputation, 1834-36”. PAAS 106 (1996): 165-89. Print.

Jin, Wenjun. “Cohesion And Emerson’s Prose Style”. L&L 21 (1996): 17-28. Print.

Kern, Robert. Orientalism, Modernism, And The American Poem. Cambridge University Press, 1996. Print.

Lopez, Michael. Emerson And Power: Creative Antagonism In The Nineteenth Century. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 1996. Print.

Martin, John Stephen, and Sabine Coelsch-Foisner et al. “Emerson As A Phenomenological Philosopher And Poet”. Trends In English And American Studies: Literature And The Imagination. Edwin Mellen, 1996. 227-40. Print.

Maud, Ralph. Charles Olson’s Reading. Southern Illinois University Press, 1996. Print.

McMillan, TS. “Consuming Text: Transubstantiation And Ingestion In The Interpretation Of Emerson”. Criticism 38 (1996): 85-114. Print.

Mott, Wesley T. Encyclopedia Of Transcendentalism. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1996. Print.

Mott, Wesley Tl.Emerson And The North American Review: New Letters”. ESP 7.i (1996): 1-3. Print.

Mott, Wesley T. Biographical Dictionary Of Transcendentalism. Greeenwood Press, 1996. Print.

Myerson, Joel. “Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Income From His Books, The Professions Of Authorship: Essays In Honor Of Matthew J. Bruccoli. Richard Layman & Joel Myerson. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1996. pp. 135-149. Print.

Nadenicek, Daniel Joseph. “Civilization By Design: Emerson And Landscape Architecture”. NCS 10 (1996): 33-47. Print.

Newfield, Christopher. The Emerson Effect: Individualism And Submission In America. Chicago: U Chicago P, 1996. Print.

O’Keefe, Richard R. “Emerson’s ‘Montaigne: Or, The Skeptic’: Biography As Autobiography”. ELWIU 23 (1996): 206-17. Print.

Packer, Barbara. “Turning To Emerson”. Common Knowledge 5 (1996): 51-60. Print.

Parker, Hershel. Herman Melville: A Biography. Vol. 1. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996. Print.

Payne, Daniel G. Voices In The Wilderness: American Nature Writing And Environmental Politics. University Press of New England, 1996. Print.

Petruzzi, Anthony P. “Emerson, Disclosure, And The Experiencing Self”. P&R 29 (1996): 51-64. Print.

Robertson-Lorant, Laurie. Melville: A Biography. Clarkson Potter, 1996. Print.

Ronnick, Michele Valerie. “Seneca’S Epistle 12 And Emerson’S ‘Circles.’”. ESP 7.i (1996): n. pag. Print.

Rowland, William G. Literature And The Marketplace: Romantic Writers And Their Audiences In Great Britain And The United States. University of Nebraska Press, 1996. Print.

Sarbu, Aladár. The Reality Of Appearances: Vision And Representation In Emerson, Hawthorne, And Melville. Akadémiai Kiadó [Budapest], 1996. Print.

Scheese, Don. Nature Writing: The Pastoral Impulse In America. Twayne Publishers, 1996. Print.

Sealts, Merton M., Jr. Beyond The Classroom: Essays On American Authors. University of Missouri Press, 1996. Print.

Smith, Susan Belasco. “Margaret Fuller In New York: Private Letters, Public Texts”. Documentary Editing 18 (1996): 63-67, 80. Print.

Smith, Jillian. “A New Letter From Ralph Waldo Emerson To Edward A. Washburn”. NEQ 69 (1996): 627-30. Print.

Swafford, Jan. Charles Ives: A Life With Music. W. W. Norton, 1996. Print.

Thomas, Joseph M. “‘The Property Of My Own Book’: Emerson’S Poems (1847) And The Literary Marketplace”. NEQ 69 (1996): 406-25. Print.

Traubel, Horace, Jeanne Chapman, and Robert Macisaac. W L. With Walt Whitman In Camden. Vol. 8. Bentley, 1996. Print.

Traubel, Horace, Jeanne Chapman, and Robert Macisaac. W L. With Walt Whitman In Camden. Vol. 9. Bentley, 1996. Print.

Tucker, Louis Leonard. The Massachusetts Historical Society: A Bicentennial History, 1791-1991. Massachusetts Historical Society; Northeastern, 1996. Print.

Tuttleton, James W. Vital Signs: Essays On American Literature And Criticism. Ivan R. Dee, 1996. Print.

Tuttleton, James W. “The Drop Too Much: Emerson’S Eccentric Circle”. NewC 14.ix (1996): 19-27. Print.

Wang, Orrin NC. Fantastic Modernity: Dialectic Readings In Romanticism And Theory. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996. Print.

Westling, Louise. The Green Breast Of The New World: Landscape, Gender, And American Fiction. University of Georgia Press, 1996. Print.

Wilson, Eric. “Emerson And Electromagnetism”. ESQ 42 (1996): 93-124. Print.

Winterowd, Ross W. “Emerson And The Death Of Pathos”. JAC 16 (1996): 27-40. Print.