A Bibliography of Scholarship on Ralph Waldo Emerson

2015

Baker, Jennifer J. “Emerson, Embryology, and Culture.” J19: The Journal of Nineteenth-Century Americanists 3.1: 15-39.

[Baker grounds Emerson’s theories of genius and cultural advancement in contemporary evolutionary theory.]

 

Berger, Jason. “Emerson’s Operative Mood: Religious Sentiment and Violence in the Early Works.” Studies in Romanticism 54.4: 477-502.

[Berger argues for the continuity of Emerson’s thought from his early optimism to the political radicalism of his antislavery years.]

 

Bloom, Harold. “Ralph Waldo Emerson and Emily Dickinson.” The Daemon Knows: Literary Greatness and the American Sublime. New York: Spiegel & Grau. 151-220.

[This engaging essay considers Emerson “the founder of American Orphism…our shamanistic father.”]

 

Boatright, Michael D. and Mark A. Faust. “How Daring Is the Reading: Emerson’s Aesthetic Reading.” Journal of Aesthetic Education 49.4: 39-54.

[Boatright and Faust infer educational reading objectives from Emerson’s essays.]

 

Bosco, Ronald A. and Joel Myerson, eds. Ralph Waldo Emerson: The Major Prose. Cambridge: Belknap Press.

[Emerson’s major sermons, lectures, and essays are collected into one elegant volume.]

 

Carr, Ryan. “Toward a Genealogy of Americanist Expressionism.” J19: The Journal of Nineteenth-Century Americanists 3.1: 89-117.

[Identifies expressionism in F. O. Matthiessen’s discussion of Emerson, Thoreau, Whitman, and T. S. Eliot.]

 

Constantinesco, Thomas, and François Specq, eds. Revue Française d’Études Américaines. 140 (2014).

[Special issue includes essays by Bruce Ronda, David Robinson, Joseph Urbas, Daniel S. Malachuk, Thomas LeCarner, and Mathieu Duplay.]

 

Deming, Richard. “Rilke and Emerson: the Case against Influence as Such.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 170-184.

[Explores “some elective affinities” between Rilke’s thinking and Emerson’s.]

 

Dolan, Neal and Laura Jane Wey. “Emerson and China.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca.

Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 236-248.

[A reflexive investigation of Emerson’s influence in modern China.]

 

Dunston, Sue. “Emerson’s Philosophy of Creativity.” Romanticism and Philosophy: Thinking with Literature. Ed. Sophie Laniel-Musitelli and Thomas Constantinesco. New York and London: Routledge 222-232.

[Argues that “Emerson’s theory-practice of creativity…abandons artifacts for creating and mastery for improvising.”]

 

Duquette, Elizabeth. “The Man of the World.” American Literary History 27.4: 635-64. [Contrasts Emerson’s view of Napoleon with contemporaries who saw him as a “hard-working hero of sentimental romance.”]

 

Elbert, Monika. “Transcendentalist Triangulations: The American Goethe and his Female Disciples.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 61-82.

[Argues that Goethe was “the spiritual standin for the real-life intellectual crush Fuller and Alcott had…on Emerson.”]

 

Evans, K. L. “Emerson; or, the Critic – The Arnoldian Ideal.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 185-201.

[Investigates similarities between Arnold and Emerson.]

 

Fernandez, Ingrid. “Necro-Transcendence/Necro-Naturalism: Philosophy of Life in the Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson” Death: Representations in Literature: Forms and Theories. Ed. Adriana

Teodorescu. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars. 117-37.

[Explores the slippage between Emerson’s desire to cease “grop[ing] among the dry bones of the past” and his return to the tombs of Waldo and Ellen.]

 

Follett, Danielle. “The Tension between Immanence and Dualism in Coleridge and Emerson.” Romanticism and Philosophy: Thinking with Literature. Ed. Sophie Laniel-Musitelli and Thomas Constantinesco. New York and London: Routledge 209-221.

[Discusses Emerson’s debt to and departure from Coleridge.]

 

Foust, Mathew A. “Confucius and Emerson on the Virtue of Self-Reliance.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 249-261.

[Posits that Confucianism influenced Emerson’s “Self-Reliance.”]

 

Friedl, Herwig. “Emerson in Germany, 1850-1933: Appreciation and Appropriation.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 136-157.

[Explores Germany’s reception of Emerson, which runs from appropriation for German nationalism to liberal cosmopolitanism.]

 

Goodman, Russell B. “Ralph Waldo Emerson.” American Philosophy before Pragmatism. New York: Oxford University Press. 147-199.

[Emerson figures prominently in this history of American philosophy considered in transatlantic contexts.]

 

Gougeon, Len. “Emerson, Great Britain, and the International Struggle for the Rights of the Workingman.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N.H.: Dartmouth

College Press. 83-96.

[Argues that Emerson became deeply sympathetic to the working classes during his visit to Europe in 1847-48.]

 

Greenham, David. “‘Altars to the Beautiful Necessity’: The Significance of F. W. Schelling’s ‘Philosophical Inquiries in the Nature of Human Freedom’ in the Development of Emerson’s Concept of Fate.” Journal of the History of Ideas 76.1: 115-37.

[Explicates Emerson’s engagement with Schelling.]

 

Grimstad, Paul. “The Perversity of Skepticism: Qualia and Criteria in Emerson and Poe.” Romanticism and Philosophy: Thinking with Literature. Ed. Sophie Laniel-Musitelli and Thomas Constantinesco. New York and London: Routledge 233-244.

[Examines Emerson and Poe “as representatives of an American romanticist response” to philosophical skepticism.]

 

Habich, Robert D. “An ‘Extempore Adventurer’ in Italy: Emerson as International Tourist, 1832-1833.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 97-110.

[Investigates Emerson’s travel in terms of tourism theory, identifying three stages of his growth.]

 

Howell, William Huntting. Against Self Reliance. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

[Howell shapes Emerson into a foil for ideologies of dependence pervasive in American culture.]

 

Irmscher, Christoph. “Linen Shreds and Melons in a Field: Emerson and his Contemporaries.” The Cambridge History of American Poetry. Ed. Alfred Bendixen and Stephen Burt. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 192-216.

[Defends Emerson’s poetry, claiming that it “achieves a surprising intimacy” when occupied with quotidian subjects.]

 

Jackson, Larry. “A Different Path: Why Stanley Cavell Won’t Get to the Point.” Journal of Speculative Philosophy 29.4: 503-21.

[Claims that Cavell’s style, informed in part by Emerson’s in “Fate,” serves as a potent strategy for confronting American racism.]

 

Jones Jr., Douglas A. “Douglass’ Impersonal.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 61.1: 1-35.

[Argues that Douglass enhanced Emerson’s conception of the impersonal to destroy racial categories advanced by contemporary pseudoscience.]

 

Laniel-Musitelli, Sophie and Thomas Constantinesco, eds. Romanticism and Philosophy: Thinking with Literature. New York and London: Routledge.

[Three essays concerning Emerson are listed here individually.]

 

LaRocca, David. “‘Eternal Allusion’: Maeterlinck’s Readings of Emerson’s Somatic Semiotics.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 113-135.

[Argues that Maeterlinck’s engagement with Emerson’s essays contributed to Symbolism, the European movement in arts and letters.]

 

Laugier, Sandra. “The Ordinary, Romanticism, and Democracy.” MLN 130.5: 1040-54.

[Argues that Emerson’s and Thoreau’s turn to the ordinary is an expression of the romantic desire for the self – a desire making American democracy possible.]

 

Meister, Maureen. “An Intellectual Stew: Emerson, Norton, Brandeis.” Arts & Crafts Architecture: History and Heritage in New England. Hanover: University Press of New England, 2014. 64-91.

[Considers the inspiration the Society of Arts & Crafts gained from Emerson’s work.]

 

Miguel-Alfonso, Ricardo and David LaRocca, eds. A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press.

[The volume’s seventeen essays are listed here individually.]

 

Miguel-Alfonso, Ricardo. “Transcendental Modernism: Vicente Huidobro’s Emersonian Poetics.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 158-169.

[Asserts that Emerson was a “fundamental inspiration” for Vicente Huidobro and his poetic movement creacionismo.]

 

Mikics, David. “Emerson and Jewish Readers.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 301-309.

[Demonstrates Emerson’s resonance with American Jewish culture through such readers as Alfred Kazin, Saul Bellow, Stanley Cavell, and Harold Bloom.]

 

Mudge, Jean McClure, ed. Mr. Emerson’s Revolution. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers.

[Nine essays explore Emerson’s “metamorphosis from idealist philosopher to idealist-turned-activist.” Scholars contributing to the work include Phyllis Cole, Wesley T. Mott, David M. Robinson, Len Gougeon, Beniamino Soressi, and Alan Hodder. A free PDF of the book may be downloaded at openbookpublishers.com.]

 

Noble, Mark. “Emerson’s Atom: The Matter of Suffering.” American Poetic Materialism from Whitman to Stevens. New York: Cambridge University Press. 81-109.

[Reads Emerson in context of contemporary science, especially Michael Faraday’s field theory.]

 

Nutters, Daniel Rosenberg. “‘The Whole Conduct of Life’: Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry James.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 202-214.

[Argues that Emerson goes beyond mere provincial foil for James’s cosmopolitan vision.]

 

Pease, Donald E. “The Anti-Slave from Emerson to Obama.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 31-42.

[Discusses Emerson’s engagement with Toussaint and Haitian revolutionaries.]

 

Richardson, Todd H. “‘Another protest that shall be heard around the world’: The Woman’s Journal and Women’s Pilgrimages to Concord, Massachusetts.” Concord Saunterer 23: 20-49.

[Argues that women’s rights activists’ conception of Emerson’s Concord reveals their “yearning to realize Concord’s revolutionary promise.”]

 

Robinson, David M. “Emerson, the Indian Brahmo Samaj, and the American Reception of Gandhi.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 43-60.

[Argues that Emerson’s openness to Hinduism “eventually set the stage for the American reception of Mahatma Gandhi.”]

 

Ruetenik, Tadd. “‘Self-Reliance,’ Plagiarism, and the Suicide of Imitation.” Teaching American Literature: A Journal of Theory and Practice 8.1: 70-9.

[Strategies for teaching “Self-Reliance” to discourage plagiarism in writing classes.]

 

Sacks, Kenneth S. “Emerson and some Jewish Questions.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca.

Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 265-300.

[Argues that Emerson progressed from stereotyping Jewish people, to activism against antisemitism, and finally to influence on Jewish religious practice in America.]

 

Sadarat, Roger. “Middle Eastern-American Literature: A Contemporary Turn in Emerson Studies.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 310-325.

[Identifies Emerson as a pivotal figure in the reception of such Persian poets as Hafez and later as an influence on Middle Eastern-American writers such as Ameen Rihani.]

 

Saito, Naoko. “Emerson and Japan: Finding a Way of Cultural Criticism.” A Power to Translate the World: New Essays on Emerson and International Culture. Ed. Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso and David LaRocca. Lebanon, N. H.: Dartmouth College Press. 217-235.

[Draws upon Emerson’s and Cavell’s meditations on grief and cross-cultural transformation to imagine Japan’s future.]

Schulenberg, Ulf. “‘Strangle the singers who will not sing you loud and strong’: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Walt Whitman, and the Idea of a Literary Culture.” Romanticism and Pragmatism: Richard Rorty and the Idea of a Poeticized Culture. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. [Characterizes Emerson as a “strong poet” who “prepared for the establishment of a genuinely post-metaphysical culture.”]

 

Scott, Mark. “Ralph Waldo Emerson.” Cambridge Companion to American Poets. Ed. Mark Richardson. New York: Cambridge UniversityPress. 61-76.

[Opines that Emerson’s “stanzas say that what mankind craves is a nation of Emersons.”]

 

Thompson, Roger. “Emerson and the Democratization of Plato’s ‘True Rhetoric.’” Philosophy and Rhetoric 48.2: 117-38.

[Argues that “Emerson sees in Plato … the possibility that universal law can somehow be connected to civic action.]

 

von Frank, Albert J., ed. Ralph Waldo Emerson: The Major Poetry. Cambridge: Belknap Press.

[Includes selections from The Collected Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson: Volume IX, Poems (2011).]

 

2014

Argersinger, Jana L. and Phyllis Cole, eds. Toward a Female Genealogy of Transcendentalism.Athens: U of Georgia P.

[Ralph Waldo Emerson appears throughout this remarkable collection of 17 essays that document women’s perspectives on and experience of transcendentalism.]

 

Baker, Noelle A. “‘Let me do nothing smale’: Mary Moody Emerson and Women’s ‘Talking’ Manuscripts.” Toward a Female Genealogy of Transcendentalism. Ed. Jana L. Argersinger and Phyllis Cole. Athens: U of Georgia P. 35-56.

[Situates Ralph Waldo Emerson’s accomplished aunt as heir to eighteenth-century women’s salon culture and precursor to feminist “professional talkers” such as Fuller.]

 

Bell, Lucy. “The Banion of the Forest: Emerson Thrives in Colorado Springs.” ESP 25.2: 14-15.

[The discovery of Emerson at a time of mourning leads to the community group Friends of Emerson.]

 

Clark, Prentiss. “‘Pulse for Pulse in Harmony with the Universal Whole’: Hearing ‘Self-Reliance.’” Nineteenth-Century Literature 69.3: 319-341.

[Self-reliance is not a process of seceding from the world but of being “fundamentally in conversance” with it.]

 

Constantinesco, Thomas, and Cécile Roudeau. “Limning New Regions of Thought: Emerson’s Abstract Regionalism.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 60.2: 285-326.

[Emerson uses New England in his essays as both a geographical designation and a mindset.]

 

Cramer, Jeffrey S., ed. The Portable Emerson. New York: Penguin.

[A generous but unannotated selection of essays, addresses, poems, journal entries, and letters.]

 

Cushman, Stephen. “When Lincoln Met Emerson, and the Two Addresses.” The Belligerent Muse: Five Northern Writers and How They Shaped our Understanding of the Civil War. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P. 9-45.

[The effect of self-reliance on Lincoln’s Gettysburg and Second Inaugural addresses].

 

Dowling, David. Emerson’s Protégés: Mentoring and Marketing Transcendentalism’s Future. New Haven: Yale UP.

[Emerson’s mentorship of Margaret Fuller, Henry David Thoreau, Christopher Pearse Cranch, Samuel Gray Ward, Ellery Channing, Jones Very, and Charles King Newcomb.]

 

Egan, Hugh. “‘On Freedom’: Emerson, Douglass, and the Self-reliant Slave.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 60.2: 183-208.

[Using Emerson’s 1853 poem “On Freedom,” examines the attempts of both Emerson and Frederick Douglass to “wed the material to the metaphorical over the issue of slavery.”]

 

Foreman, Amanda. “The Verse Heard Round the World.” Wall Street Journal – Eastern Edition. 19 April 2014, 263, xci: C12.

[Connects Emerson’s 1837 “Concord Hymn” to the crisis in Ukraine.]

 

Forster, Sophia. “Peculiar Faculty and Peculiar Institution: Ralph Waldo Emerson on Labor and Slavery.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 60.1: 35-73.

[On Emerson’s support for the doctrine of “free labor,” which was embraced by abolitionists who believed that it provided opportunities for self-improvement.]

 

Gray, Nicole H. “The Sounds and Stages of Emerson’s Social Reform.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 69.2: 208-232. [Emerson’s reform efforts in the 1850s are congruent with a “theory of transformation and mediation” expressed in the essays.]

 

Grimstad, Paul. “On Ecstasy: Sharon Cameron’s Reading of Emerson.” American Impersonal: Essays with Sharon Cameron. Ed. Branka Arsić. New York: Bloomsbury. 57-72.

[Cameron’s concept of impersonality includes ecstasy, the condition in which the radically personal becomes “linguistically sharable.” Focuses on “Experience,” “Over-Soul,” and Nature.]

 

Hickman, Larry A. “Strands of Faith in Classical American Philosophy.” Phi Kappa Phi Forum 94.1: 10-11.

[On the “will to believe, secular as well as religious,” that runs through the work of Emerson, Charles S. Pierce, William James, and John Dewey.]

 

Kaag, John, and Sujata K. Bhatia. “Fools for Tools.” Chronicle of Higher Education, 28 November 2014, 61, xiii: B13-B15.

[The Code of Ethics of the National Society of Professional Engineers reflects Emerson’s concern that “we give up some of our humanity in the pursuit of technological progress.”]

 

Kalfopoulou, Adrianne. “Sylvia Plath’s Emersonian I/Eye.” Women’s Studies 40.7 (2011): 890–909.

[Charts the influence of Emerson on Plath’s “investigation of identity” by using Plath’s marginalia in her personal copy of Emerson’s essays.]

 

Kohler, Michelle. Miles of Stare: Transcendentalism and the Problem of Literary Vision in Nineteenth-Century America. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P.

[Traces attention to the “visible American world” in the work of writers who exist “in the wake of” Emersonian Transcendentalism: Frederick Douglass, Harriet Jacobs, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Emily Dickinson, William Dean Howells, and Sarah Orne Jewett.]

 

LeCarner, Thomas. “A Portion of Thyself: Thoreau, Emerson, and Derrida on Giving.” Revue Française d’Études Américaines 3.140: 65-77.

[Uses their concept of giving to defend the transcendentalists from the charge of selfishness.]

 

Lee, Maurice S. “Deserted Islands and Overwhelmed Readers.” American Literary History 26.2: 207-233.

[Emerson’s reading practice “models a way for steering between utopian and dystopian reactions to the digital humanities.”]

 

Lopez, Alan. “Emerson’s Bayonet.” American Quarterly 70.3: 1-30.

[Places Emerson’s 1844 essay “Politics” in the social contract tradition of Hobbes, Locke, and Rousseau.]

 

Malachuk, Daniel S. “Transcendentalist and Gothic Intentions.” Revue Française d’Études Américaines 3.140: 52-64. [Similarities in the literary stratagems of writers from traditions usually thought to be opposed to each other.]

 

Mastroianni, Dominic. “Astonishing Politics: Emerson, Levinas, and Thinking beyond Virility.” Comparative Literature 66.3: 301-321.

[Compares the two philosophers on the political implications of astonishment, which each posits against “virile virtues” of fixture, resistance, and comprehension.]

 

Meider, Wolfgang. “‘The Poetry of the People’: Proverbs in the Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson.” Behold the Proverbs of a People: Proverbial Wisdom in Culture, Literature, and Politics. Jackson: UP of Mississippi. 261-283.

[Traces some of Emerson’s uses of proverbs and his interest in paremiology, the study of proverbs.]

 

Milder, Robert. “Emerson and the Fortunes of Godless Religion.” New England Quarterly 87.4: 573-624.

[Emerson struggled to reconcile “a pitiless evolutionary universe” with “omnipresent moral law.”]

 

Mott, Wesley T., ed. Ralph Waldo Emerson in Context. New York: Cambridge UP, 2013.

[Thirty-two original essays, organized in four headings: Emerson and a Sense of Place(s), Emerson and Ideas, Emerson and Society, and Emerson and his Legacies. Designed “to capture Emerson’s active engagement with significant contexts of his life and times.”]

 

Myerson, Joel. “Re-editing Emerson’s ‘American Scholar’ Address.” Manuscripts 65 (2013): 297-303.

[Argues that the second (1838) edition of the address is punctuated rhetorically rather than grammatically and represents Emerson’s true intentions.]

 

Neville, Robert Cummings. “Self-Reliance and the Portability of Pragmatism.” American Journal of Theology & Philosophy 35.2: 93-107.

[Places Emerson in conversations about American pragmatism from Edwards through Dewey and Peirce; challenges Kant’s influence on Emerson, who “thoroughly misunderstood” Kant’s transcendental philosophy.]

 

Nori, Giuseppe. “Garment of the Unseen: the Philosophy of Clothes in Carlyle and Emerson.” Fashioning the Nineteenth Century. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P. 52-81.

[Sartor Resartus is foundational for an understanding of Nature.]

 

Park, Benjamin E. “Transcendental Democracy: Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Political Thought, the Legacy of Federalism, and the Ironies of America’s Democratic Tradition.” Journal of American Studies 48.2: 481-500.

[Situates Emerson in post-Revolutionary politics as an ambivalent Federalist.]

 

Prud’homme, Sheri. “Emerson’s Hermeneutic of the Text of Moral Nature.” American Journal of Theology & Philosophy 35.3: 229-241.

[Nature’s role as “symbolic revealer of divine truth.”]

 

Risinger, Jacob. “Transatlantic Fate: Emerson, Cavell, and Beautiful Necessity.” European Romantic Review 25.3: 357-364. [“Fate” is Emerson’s meditation on the paradoxical existence of Romantic aesthetic creativity in a deterministic world.]

 

Robinson, David M. “The Movement’s Medium: Fuller, Emerson, and the Dial.” Revue Française d’Études Américaines 3.140: 24-36.

[The Dial provided Emerson and Fuller the opportunity to craft their assertions of individualism into a fully mature social and political vision.]

 

Rothman, William. Must We Kill the Thing We Love? Emersonian Perfectionism and the Films of Alfred Hitchcock. New York: Columbia UP.

[Hitchcock’s career was driven by “the conflict or tension between embracing and resisting Emersonian perfectionism.”]

 

Schoolman, Martha. “Emerson’s Hemisphere.” Abolitionist Geographies.Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P. 21-67.

[The confluence of geography, embodiment, and antislavery views in Emerson’s writing.]

 

Shultis, Christopher. “Robert Morris and the Missing Middle.” Perspectives of New Music 52.2: 316-324.

[Emerson’s influence on the experimental composer Morris.]

 

Sims, Michael. The Adventures of Henry Thoreau: A Young Man’s Unlikely Path to Walden Pond. New York: Bloomsbury.

[The Emerson family appears throughout.]

 

Steele, Jeffrey. “Sentimental Transcendentalism and Political Affect: Child and Fuller in New York.” Toward a Female  Genealogy of Transcendentalism. Ed. Jana L. Argersinger and Phyllis Cole. Athens: U of Georgia P. 207-225.

[Posits “sentimental transcendentalism”— which sought to enlist public feeling in the service of social reform—as Fuller’s and Child’s critique of Emerson’s “discourse of personal transformation.”]

 

Stout, Jeffrey. “The Transformation of Genius into Practical Power: A Reading of Emerson’s ‘Experience.’” American Journal of Theology & Philosophy 35.1: 3-24.

[The essay “offers a structure of encouragement in Kenneth Burke’s sense.”]

 

Takanashi, Yoshio. Emerson and Neo-Confucianism: Crossing Paths over the Pacific. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. [Affinities between Emerson and the twelfth-century synthesizer of Neo-Confucian philosophy Zhu Xi.]

 

von Frank, Albert J. “Reading in Place: the Situation of a Couplet by Emerson.” ESP 25.1: 1, 5.

[The changing political meaning of a couplet in Emerson’s 1846 “Journal O,” written around the same time as “Ode, Inscribed to W. H. Channing.”]

 

Voelz, Johannes. “The Recognition of Emerson’s Impersonal: Reading Alternatives in Sharon Cameron.” American Impersonal: Essays with Sharon Cameron. Ed. Branka Arsić. New York: Bloomsbury. 73-97.

[Emerson’s intent is not to disclose the experience of impersonality but to enact it.]

 

Zogas, Peter. “Emerson and the Dissatisfactions of Progress.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 60.2: 209-49.

[On Emerson’s “anxiety about the loss of individual autonomy in the face of a universal march of progress.”]

 

2013

Atwood, Sara. “Black Devil and Gentle Cloud: Ruskin and Emerson at Odds” Nineteenth-Century Prose. 40.2: 129–62.

Bauer, Sylvie. “Percival Everett’s Grand Canyon Inc.: Self-Reliance Revisited” CRevAS 43: 257–68.

Biers, Katherine. “Stages of Thought: Emerson, Maeterlinck, Glaspell” MD 56: 457–77.

Bilwakesh, Nikhil. “Emerson’s Decomposition: Parnassus” NCF 67: 520–545.

Boatright , Michael D. and Mark A. Faust. “Emerson, Reading, and Democracy: Reading as Engaged Democratic Citizenship” Democracy and Education. 21.1: 1–9.

Boudreau, Kristen. “The Haunting of History: Emerson, James, and the Ghosts of Human Suffering,” Stanley Cavell, Literature, and Film. 80-95.

Buell, Lawrence. “Inventing the Public Intellectual: Conflicting Models,” Intellectual Authority and Literary Culture. ed. Gunter Leypoldy. Heidelberg: Universitatsverlag Winter, 2013, 27-44.

Bufkin, Sydney. “Contending Forces’ Intellectual History: Emerson, Du Bois, and Washington at the Turn of the Century” Arizona Quarterly. 69.3: 77–98.

Crane, Gregg. “Intuition: The ‘Unseen Thread’ Connecting Emerson and James” MIH 10: 57–86.

Emerson, Edward Bliss. Caribbean Journal and Letters, 1831–1834 ed. José G. Rigau-Pérez bibliotecadigital.uprrp.edu/cdm/ref/collection/librosraros/id/1701

Eckel, Leslie Elizabeth. Atlantic Citizens. Edinburgh University Press, 2013.

Estimating Emerson: An Anthology of Criticism from Carlyle to Cavell, ed. David LaRocca. New York: Bloomsbury, 2012.

Foust, Matthew. “Experience as a Prelude to Disaster: American Philosophy and the Fear of Death” Mortality 18: 1–16.

Friedl, Herwig. “Out of Bounds: American Visions of the Thinker and of Thinking,” Intellectual Authority and Literary Culture. ed. Gunter Leypoldy. Heidelberg: Universitatsverlag Winter, 2013, 205-217.

Fujita, Yoshiko. “Teaching Emerson’s Nature in a Japanese University” Emerson Society Papers 24.1: 1, 4–5.

Garvey, T. Gregory. “Anarchy and Public Discourse: Emerson, Lincoln, and the ‘Mobocratic Spirit’ of the 1830s” American Nineteenth Century History. 14: 161–82.

Golden, Mason. “Emerson-Exemplar: Friedrich Nietzsche’s Emerson Marginalia: Introduction” Journal of Nietzsche Studies. 44: 398–408.

Golden, Mason. “Translation and Excerpts” Journal of Nietzsche Studies. 44: 409–431.

Hudspeth, Robert N.  “The Collected Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson” Nineteenth-Century Prose 40.2 (2013): 1–104.

Isenberg, Sarina. “Translating World Religions: Ralph Waldo Emerson’s and Henry David Thoreau’s ‘Ethnical Scriptures’ Column in The DialComparative American Studies. 11: 18–36.

Kaag, John. “Fallibility and Insight in Moral Judgment” HumanS 36: 259–75.

Kevorkian, Martin. Writing Beyond Prophecy. LSU Press, 2013.

Kramp, Joseph M. “From Emerson to Erikson: Methodological Reflections on a Common, Anti-American Approach to Biography” JPsychohist 41: 44–51.

LaRocca, David. Emerson’s English Traits and the Natural History of Metaphor (Bloomsbury).

LaRocca, David. “Performative Inferentialism: A Semiotic Ethics” Liminalities 9: 1–26.

LaRocca, David. “Not Following Emerson: Intelligibility and Identity in the Authorship of Literature, Science, and Philosophy” The Midwest Quarterly. 54: 115–35.

Luttrell, Rosemary. “Virginia Woolf’s Emersonian Metaphors of Sight in To the Lighthouse: Visionary Oscillation” JML 36, iii: 69–80.

McMillin, T. S. “The Discipline of Abandonment: Emersonian Properties of Transdisciplinarity and the Nature of Method,” Nineteenth-Century Prose. 40.2: 105–28.

Meehan, Sean Ross. “Ecology and Imagination: Emerson, Thoreau, and the Nature of Metonymy” Crit 55: 299–329.

Morris, Saundra. “Whim Upon the Lintel: Emerson’s Poetry and a Politically Ethical Aesthetic” Nineteenth-Century Prose. 40.2: 189-216.

Musil, Robert. “Self-Utopia and the Robber’s Ethic” GR 88: 64–82.

Rhu, Lawrence. “Emersonian Affinities: Reading Richard Ford Through Stanley Cavell,” Stanley Cavell, Literature, and Film 217–229.

Richards, Jason. “Emerson and the Gothic” Nineteenth-Century Prose.  40.1: 61–90.

Robinson, David M. “Stanley Cavell, ‘Aversive Thinking,’ and Emerson’s ‘Party of the Future,’” Stanley Cavell, Literature, and Film: The Idea of America. Eds. Andrew Taylor and Áine Kelly. New York: Routledge, 42-56.

Robinson, David M. “Emerson, Modern Literature, and the Question of Goethe” Nineteenth-Century Prose 40.2: 163–180.

Ronan, John. “Self-Reliance in Emerson’s Sermons and Essays: First SeriesNineteenth-Century Prose. 40.2: 181-188.

Schweizer, Harold. “Are We Not Beautiful?” Nineteenth-Century Prose. 40.2: 217-226.

Stewart, Garrett. “Self-Relayance: Emerson to Poe,” Stanley Cavell, Literature, and Film. 57-79.

Tindol, Robert. “Emerson’s Nature as an Early Manifestation of the Biological Sublime” Changing English 20: 409–419.

Urbas, Joseph. “‘Bi-Polar’ Emerson: ‘Nominalist and Realist’” Pluralist 8.2: 78–105.

Wright, C. Conrad. “‘Soul Is Good, but Body Is Good Too’” Journal of Unitarian Universalist History. 37: 1–20.

Benedetta Zavatta’s “Historical Sense as Vice and Virtue in Nietzsche’s Reading of Emerson” Journal of Nietzsche Studies. 44: 372–97.

2012

Albrecht, James M. Reconstructing Individualism: A Pragmatic Tradition From Emerson To Ellison. Oxford University Press, 2012. Print.

Alekseeva, Galina. “Research Notes: Emerson And Tolstoy’s Appraisals Of Napoleon”. Tolstoy Studies Journal 24 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Birkerts, Sven. “Emerson’s “the Poet” – A Circling”. Poetry Foundation 200.1 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Blevins, Jacob. “Infinity Is Thine: Proprietorship And The Transcendental Sublime In Traherne And Emerson”. ANQ 25 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Carton, Evan. “American Scholars: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Joseph Smith, John Brown, And The Springs Of Intellectual Schism”. The New England Quarterly 85.1 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Corrigan, John Michael. American Metempsychosis: Emerson, Whitman, And The New Poetry. Bronx, New York: Fordham University Press, 2012. Print.

Dowling, David. Literary Partnerships And The Marketplace: Writers And Mentors In Nineteenth-Century America. Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Louisiana State University Press, 2012. Print.

Dunston, Susan L. “In The ‘Light Out Of The East’: Emerson On Self, Subjectivity, And Creativity”. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 26 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Eveleth, Lois. Pious Atheist: Emerson Revisited. Privately Published, 2012. Print.

  1. Finan, Thomas. “The ‘Lords Of Life’: Fractals, Recursivity, And ‘Experience’”. Philosophy and Rhetoric 45 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Friedman, Randy L. “Religious Self-Reliance”. Pluralist 7 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Goode, Edmund R. “Ralph Waldo Emerson”. Coeli Fitzpatrick & Tunstall, Dwayne A. Orientalist Writers (2012): n. pag. Print.

Gougeon, Len. “Militant Abolitionism: Douglass, Emerson And The Rise Of The Anti-Slave”. New England Quarterly 85.4 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Greenham, David. Emerson’s Transatlantic Romanticism. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. Print.

Hardack, Richard. Not Altogether Human: Pantheism And The Dark Nature Of The American Renaissance. Amherst, Massachusetts: University of Massachusetts Press, 2012. Print.

Hilfer, Anthony Channell. “Rhetoric And The Real In Mount Ktaadn’s Encounter With Thoreau”. TSLL 54 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Koch, Daniel Robert. Ralph Waldo Emerson In Europe: Class, Race, And Revolution In The Making Of An American Thinker. London, United Kingdom: I.B. Tauris, 2012. Print.

Kramp, Joseph M. “Emerson’S Masculinity Conflict”. Journal of Psychohistory 40 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Lysaker, John T. “Essaying America: A Declaration Of Independence”. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 26.3 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Marek, Paryż. The Postcolonial And Imperial Experience In American Transcendentalism. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. Print.

Matteson, John. The Lives Of Margaret Fuller. New York City, New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 2012. Print.

McMurry, Andrew. “Framing Emerson’S ‘Farming’: Climate Change, Peak Oil, And The Rhetoric Of Food Security In The Twenty-First Century”. ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 19.3 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Mikics, David. The Annotated Emerson. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2012. Print.

Morgenstern, Naomi. “The Remains Of Friendship And The Ethics Of Misreading: Melville, Emerson, Thoreau”. ESQ 57.3 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Mott, Wesley T. “‘America’s Intellectual Morning’: Or, How The Transcendentalists Founded Boston University”. Resources for American Literary Study 35 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Murphy, Jonathan WD. “The Other Heading Of America: Derrida And Emerson On The Future Of An Illusion”. Comparatist: Journal of the Southern Comparative Literature Association 36 (2012): n. pag. Print.

O’Brien, Colleen C. “‘What Mischief Would Follow?’: The Emersons, Haiti, And Romantic Racialism”. ESQ 58.2 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Ratner-Rosenhagen, Jennifer. American Nietzsche: A History Of An Icon And His Ideas. Chicago, Illinois: University Of Chicago Press, 2012. Print.

Ruprecht, Jr., Louis A. “Muted Strains Of Emersonian Perfection: Reflections On Cornel West’s Tragic Pragmatism”. Soundings 95.3 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Schulz, Dieter. Emerson And Thoreau, Or Steps Beyond Ourselves: Studies In Transcendentalism. Heidelberg, Germany: Mattes Verlag Heidelberg, 2012. Print.

Sethi, Anita. “Emersonian Views About Human Nature And Human Mind”. Writers Editors Critics 2 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Stamant, James. “Hawthorne’s And Emerson’s Differing Perspectives On Political Violence”. South Central Review 1-2 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Taylor, A. “‘A Man Is Conservative After Dinner’: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Michel De Montaigne And The Appetites Of Moderation”. Forum for Modern Language Studies 48 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Turner, Jack. Awakening To Race: Individualism And Social Consciousness In America. Chicago, Illinois: University of Chicago Press, 2012. Print.

Urbas, Joseph. “Representative Woman: The Greatness Of Mary Moody Emerson”. Lifewriting Annual 3 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Verduin, Kathleen. “Emerson, Dante, And American Nationalism”. Dante In The Long Nineteenth Century. Aida Audeh & Havely, Nick. Oxford University Press, 2012. 266-283. Print.

Weidenbaum, Jonathan. “Emerson And Eiseley: Two Religious Visions”. Artifacts & Illuminations: Critical Essays On Loren Eiseley. Tom Lynch & Maher, Susan N. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 2012. 235-250. Print.

Williams, Philip Lee. Emerson’s Brother: A Novel. Macon, Georgia: Mercer University Press, 2012. Print.

Wright, Tom F. “Listening To Emerson’S ‘England’ At Clinton Hall, 22 January 1850”. Journal of American Studies 46.3 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Wry, J. “Perception, Representation, And The ‘Property In The Horizon’: Henry David Thoreau’s And Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Differing Versions Of A Liminal Aesthetic”. Explicator 70.4 (2012): n. pag. Print.

Zino, Dominique. “The ‘As Yet Unconquered’ Eye: Emerson, J. M. W. Turner, And The Uncertain Property Of Art”. ESP 23.1 (2012): n. pag. Print.

2011

Case, Kristen. American Pragmatism And Poetic Practice: Crosscurrents From Emerson To Susan Howe. Rochester, New York: Camden House, 2011. Print.

Corrigan, John Michael. “Visions Of Power And Dispossession: Emerson, Whitman, And The ‘Robust Soul’”. Walt Whitman Quarterly Review 28 (2011): n. pag. Print.

Dolan, Neal. “Property In Being: Liberalism And The Language Of Ownership In Emerson’s Writing”. A Political Companion To Ralph Waldo Emerson. Alan M Levine & Malachuk, Daniel S. Lexington, Kentucky: University of Kentucky Press, 2011. 343-382. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Poems: A Variorum Edition. Albert J Von Frank & Wortham, Thomas. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2011. Print.

  1. Flanagan, Borden. “Emerson’s Democratic Platonism In Representative Men”. A Political Companion To Ralph Waldo Emerson. Alan M Levine & Malachuk, Daniel S. Lexington, Kentucky: University of Kentucky Press, 2011. 415-449. Print.

Frank, Jason. “Standing For Others: Reform And Representation In Emerson’s Political Thought”. A Political Companion To Ralph Waldo Emerson. Alan M Levine & Malachuk, Daniel S. Lexington, Kentucky: University of Kentucky Press, 2011. 383-414 . Print.

von Frank, Albert. “Emerson, John Brown, And Transcendental Idealism: A Colloquy”. South Central Review 28 (2011): 31-56. Print.

Fuller, Randall. From Battlefields Rising: How The Civil War Transformed American Literature. Oxford University Press, 2011. Print.

Goodman, Susan. Republic Of Words: The Atlantic Monthly And Its Writers, 1857-1925. New England University Press, 2011. Print.

Gougeon, Len. “Emerson, Self-Reliance, And The Politics Of Democracy”. A Political Companion To Ralph Waldo Emerson. Alan M Levine & Malachuk, Daniel S. Lexington, Kentucky: University of Kentucky Press, 2011. 185-220. Print.

Greenham, David. “Ralph Waldo Emerson”. Emerson, Melville, James, Berryman: Great Shakespeareans Viii. Peter Rawlings. Continuum Publishing, 2011. 11-50. Print.

Grimstad, Paul. “Emerson Discomposed: Skepticism, Naturalism, And The Search For Criteria In ‘Experience’”. Stanley Cavell And Literary Studies: Consequences Of Skepticism. Richard Eldridge & Rhie, Bernard. Continuum Publishing, 2011. 163-176. Print.

Habich, Robert D. Building Their Own Waldos: Emerson’s First Biographers And The Politics Of Life-Writing In The Gilded Age. Iowa City, Iowa: University of Iowa Press, 2011. Print.

Hodgson, Naomi. “Citizenship And Scholarship In Emerson, Cavell And Foucault”. Ethics and Education 6 (2011): 85-100. Print.

Holzwarth, John. “Emerson And The Democratization Of Intellect”. Polity 43 (2011): 313-336. Print.

Knutson, Andrea. American Spaces Of Conversion: The Conductive Imaginaries Of Edwards, Emerson, And James. Oxford University Press, 2011. Print.

Levine, Alan M, and Daniel S Malachuk. A Political Companion To Ralph Waldo Emerson. Lexington, Kentucky: University of Kentucky Press, 2011. Print.

Levine, Alan M. “Skeptical Triangle? A Comparison Of The Political Thought Of Emerson, Nietzsche, And Montaigne”. A Political Companion To Ralph Waldo Emerson. Daniel S Malachuk. Lexington, Kentucky: University of Kentucky Press, 2011. 223-264. Print.

Lopez, Marissa. “The Sentimental Politics Of Language: Ralph Waldo Emerson’s And Jose Maria Sanchez’S Texan Stories”. Western American Literature 45 (2011): 385-409. Print.

Malachuk, Daniel S. “Emerson’s Politics Retranscendentalized”. A Political Companion To Ralph Waldo Emerson. Alan M Levine. Lexington, Kentucky: University of Kentucky Press, 2011. 265-304. Print.

Mariotti, Shannon L. “Emerson’s Transcendental Gaze And The ‘Disagreeable Particulars’ Of Slavery: Vision And The Costs Of Idealism”. A Political Companion To Ralph Waldo Emerson. Alan M Levine & Malachuk, Daniel S. Lexington, Kentucky: University of Kentucky Press, 2011. 305-340. Print.

Meehan, Sean Ross. “Education After An Earthquake: Emerson’S Lessons In Panic And Pedagogy”. Pedagogy 11 (2011): 247-255. Print.

Meola, Frank M. “Emerson Between Faith And Doubt”. New England Review 32 (2011): 111-123. Print.

Rampell, Palmer. “Laws That Refuse To Be Stated: The Post-Sectarian Spiritualities Of Emerson, Thoreau, And D. T. Suzuki”. New England Quarterly 84 (2011): 621-654. Print.

Read, James H. “The Limits Of Self-Reliance: Emerson, Slavery, And Abolition”. A Political Companion To Ralph Waldo Emerson. Alan M Levine & Malachuk, Daniel S. Lexington, Kentucky: University of Kentucky Press, 2011. 152-184. Print.

Reynolds, Larry J. Righteous Violence: Revolution, Slavery, And The American Renaissance. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia Press, 2011. Print.

Roberson, Susan L. “Emerson’s English Traits And The Paradox Of Empire”. New England Quarterly 84 (2011): 265-285. Print.

Schlueter, John P. “Private Practices: Washington Irving, Ralph Waldo Emerson, And The Recovery Of Possibility”. Nineteenth-Century Literature 66 (2011): 283-306. Print.

Spahr, Clemens. Radical Beauty: American Transcendentalism And The Aesthetic Critique Of Modernity. Ferdinand Schöningh, 2011. Print.

Turner, Jack. “Self-Reliance And Complicity: Emerson’S Ethics Of Citizenship”. A Political Companion To Ralph Waldo Emerson. Alan M Levine & Malachuk, Daniel S. Lexington, Kentucky: University of Kentucky Press \, 2011. 125-151. Print.

Willis, Lloyd. Environmental Evasion: The Literary, Critical, And Cultural Politics Of “Nature’s Nation. Albany, New York: SUNY Press, 2011. Print.

Woelfel, James. “‘The Beautiful Necessity’: Emerson And The Stoic Tradition”. American Journal of Theology & Philosophy 32 (2011): 122-138. Print.

Wry, Joan R. “Emerson, The Genius Tradition, And The Aspirant Poems Of Margaret Fuller”. CEA Critic 73 (2011): 21-33. Print.

2010

Adisasmito-­‐Smith, Steven. “Transcendental Brahmin: Emerson’S ‘Hindu’ Sentiments”. Tharaud. Emerson for the Twenty­‐First Century (2010): 131-­‐164. Print. Emerson For The Twenty­‐First Century.

Arsic, Branka, and Cary Wolfe. “Paths Of Coherence Through Emerson’S Philosophy: The Case Of ‘Nominalist And Realist’”. The Other Emerson. University of Minnesota Press, 2010. 41-­58. Print. The Other Emerson.

Arsić, Branka. On Leaving: A Reading In Emerson. Harvard University Press, 2010. Print.

Arsić, Branka. “Brain Walks: Emerson On Thinking”. The Other Emerson. Wolfe. Arsić. U of Minnesota Press, 2010. 59-­97. Print. The Other Emerson.

Arsić, Branka, and Cary Wolfe. The Other Emerson. U of Minnesota Press, 2010. Print.

Bosco, Ronald A, and Joel Myerson. Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Documentary Volume. Gale Group, 2010. Print.

Branch, Michael P. “Paths To Nature: Emerson’S Early Natural History Lectures”. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century. Front Cover Barry Tharaud. University of Delaware Press, 2010. 219-­‐242. Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century.

Buell, Lawrence. “Transcendental Friendship: An Oxymoron?”. Emerson And Thoreau. John T. Lysaker & Rossi, William John. Indiana University Press, 2010. 17-­‐32. Print. Emerson And Thoreau.

Cadava, Eduardo et al. “The Guano Of History”. The Other Emerson and Emerson for the Twenty-­‐First Century (2010): 101-­‐130 and 543-­‐572. Print. The Other Emerson And Emerson For The Twenty-­‐First Century.

Carson, Luke. “‘Your Majesty’S Self Is But A Ceremony’: Laura (Riding) Jackson, Emerson, And The Conduct Of Life”. Texas Studies in Literature and Language 52 (2010): 1-­30. Print. Texas Studies In Literature And Language .

Coleman, Frank, M. “Classical Liberalism And American Landscape Representation: The Imperial Self In Nature”. Ethics, Place and Environment 13 (2010): 75-­96. Print. Ethics, Place And Environment .

Corrigan, John Michael. “The Metempsychotic Mind: Emerson And Consciousness”. Journal of the History of Ideas 71 (2010): 433-­455. Print. Journal Of The History Of Ideas .

Crosswhite, James. “Giving Friendship: The Perichoresis Of An All-­Embracing Service”. Emerson And Thoreau. John T Lysaker & Rossi, William John. Indiana University Press, 2010. 151-­171. Print. Emerson And Thoreau.

Dunston, Susan L. “East Of Emerson”. Emerson For The Twenty‐First Century. Barry Tharaud. University of Delaware Press, 2010. 107-­130. Print. Emerson For The Twenty‐First Century.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Letters And Social Aims. Ronald A Bosco, Johnson, Glen M, & Myerson, Joel. Harvard University Press, 2010. Print.

Fujita, Yoshiko. “The Speaker In Emerson’S Major Essays: A Narratological Study”. Kyoto University Albion 11 (2010): 1-­21. Print. Kyoto University Albion .

Garvey, Gregory T. “Simular Man: Emerson And Cosmopolitan Identity”. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century. Barry Tharaud. University of Delaware Press , 2010. 513-­544 . Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century.

Goodman, Russell B. “Emerson And Skepticism: A Reading Of ‘Friendship’”. Emerson And Thoreau. William Rossi & Lysaker, John T. Indiana University Press, 2010. 70-­85. Print. Emerson And Thoreau.

Gougeon, Len. “‘Only Justice Satisfies All’: Emerson’S Militant Transcendentalism”. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century. Barry Tharaud. University of Delaware Press, 2010. 485-­512. Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century.

Grimstad, Paul. “Emerson’S Adjacencies: Radical Empiricism In Nature”. The Other Emerson. Branka Arsic & Wolfe, Cary. University of Minnesota Press, 2010. 251-­ 270. Print. The Other Emerson.

Guardiano, Nicholas. “A One­‐Way Street: Emerson And The Hudson River School”. Emerson Society Papers 21.1 (2010): 1-­11. Print. Emerson Society Papers .

Hodder, Alan D. “‘Let Him Be To Me A Spirit’: Paradoxes Of True Friendship In Emerson And Thoreau”. Emerson And Thoreau. John T Lysaker & Rossi, William. Indiana University Press, 2010. 127-­147. Print. Emerson And Thoreau.

Jensen, Robert W. “America: Transcendentalism To Social Gospel”. The Blackwell Companion To Nineteenth-­Century Theology. David A Fergusson. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 339-­357. Print. The Blackwell Companion To Nineteenth-­Century Theology.

Keenaghan, Eric. “Reading Emerson, In Other Times: On A Politics Of Solitude And An Ethics Of Risk”. The Other Emerson. Branka Arsic & Wolfe, Cary. Univ Of Minnesota Press, 2010. 167-­200. Print. The Other Emerson.

Kruse, Felicia E. “Peirce, God, And The ‘Transcendentalist Virus’”. Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 46 (2010): 386-­400. Print. Transactions Of The Charles S. Peirce Society .

Lambert, Gregg, Branka Arsic, and Cary Wolfe. “Emerson, Or Man Thinking”. The Other Emerson. Univ Of Minnesota Press, 2010. 229-­250. Print. The Other Emerson.

LaRocca, David, and Barry Tharaud. “Seeing Metaphors”. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century. University Of Delaware, 2010. 331-­340 . Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century.

Laugier, Sandra, and Neil Pischner. “Emerson, Skepticism, And Politics”. The Other Emerson. Cary Wolfe & Arsic, Branka. Univ Of Minnesota Press, 2010. 201-­225. Print. The Other Emerson.

Lysaker, John T. “On The Faces Of Emersonian ‘Friendship’”. Emerson And Thoreau. John T Lysaker & Rossi, William. Indiana University Press, 2010. 86-­103. Print. Emerson And Thoreau.

Lysaker, John T, and William Rossi. “‘In The Golden Hour Of Friendship’: Transcendentalism And Utopian Desire”. Emerson And Thoreau. Indiana University Press, 2010. 53-­69. Print. Emerson And Thoreau.

McMillin, TS, and Barry Tharaud. “Beauty Meets Beast: Emerson’S English Traits”. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century. University Of Delaware, 2010. 63-­92. Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century.

Michael, John. “Death, Love, And Emerson’S Poetry”. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century. Barry Tharaud. University of Delaware Press, 2010. 379-­402. Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century.

Mott, Wesley T. “A Tale Of Three Cities: Emerson, Louis-­Philippe, And Transatlantic Uses Of Great Men”. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century. Barry Tharaud. University of Delaware Press, 2010. 93-­106. Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century.

Myerson, Joel, Sandra Petrulionis, and Laura Dassow Walls. The Oxford Handbook To Transcendentalism. Oxford University Press, 2010. Print.

Packer, Barbara. “Forgiving The Giver: Emerson, Carlyle, Thoreau”. Emerson And Thoreau. John T Lysaker & Rossi, William. Indiana University Press, 2010. 33-­50. Print. Emerson And Thoreau.

Painter, Nell Irvin. The History Of White People. W. W. Norton & Company, 2010. Print.

Park, Benjamin E. “‘Build, Therefore, Your Own World’: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Joseph Smith, And American Antebellum Thought”. Journal of Mormon History 36 (2010): 41-­72. Print. Journal Of Mormon History .

Punzi, Andrea. “The Practice Of The Circle: Individual, World, Permanence In Ralph Waldo Emerson”. European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy 2 (2010): 1-­16. Print. European Journal Of Pragmatism And American Philosophy .

Reynolds, David S. “Transcendentalism, Transnationalism, And Antislavery Violence: Concord’S Embrace Of John Brown”. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century. Barry Tharaud. University Of Delaware, 2010. 461-­484. Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century.

Robinson, David M. “British Science, The London Lectures, And Emerson’S Philosophical Reorientation”. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century. Barry Tharaud. University Of Delaware, 2010. 285-­300. Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century.

Ronan, John. “Emerson’S Autobiographical Philosophy”. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century. Barry Tharaud. 2010. 349-­378. Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­First Century.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Selected Journals, 1820-­1871. Lawrence Alan Rosenwald. 2 Vol. Library of America, 2010. Print.

Rossi, William. An Emerson Bibliography. University of Oregon , 2010. Print.

Rossi, William. “‘In Dreams Awake’: Loss, Transcendental Friendship, And Elegy”. Emerson And Thoreau. John Lysaker & Rossi, William. Indiana University Press, 2010. 107-­126. Print. Emerson And Thoreau.

Rossi, William, and John T Lysaker. Emerson And Thoreau: Figures Of Friendship. Indiana University Press, 2010. Print.

Saito, Naoko. “Leaving And Bequeathing: Friendship, Moral Perfectionism, And The Gleam Of Light”. Emerson And Thoreau. John T Lysaker & Rossi, William John. Indiana University Press, 2010. 172-­185. Print. Emerson And Thoreau.

Sbriglia, Russell. “Revision And Identification: Emerson And The Ethics Of Skepticism And Sympathy”. Arizona Quarterly 66 (2010): 1-­‐34. Print. Arizona Quarterly 66.

Sbriglia, Russell. “Revision And Identification: Emerson And The Ethics Of Skepticism And Sympathy”. Arizona Quarterly 66 (2010): 1-­‐34. Print. Arizona Quarterly 66.

Schneider, Ryan. The Public Intellectualism Of Ralph Waldo Emerson And W. E. B. Du Bois: Emotional Dimensions Of Race And Reform. Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Print.

Schulz, Dieter, Günter Leypoldt, and Bernd Engler. “Ralph Waldo Emerson: The Infidel As National Saint”. American Cultural Icons: The Production Of Representative Lives. Verlag Königshausen & Neumann, 2010. 123-­‐138. Print. American Cultural Icons: The Production Of Representative Lives.

Schwarzmann, Georg M. The Influence Of Emerson And Whitman On The Cuban Poet José Martí: Themes Of Immigration, Colonialism, And Independence. Edwin Mellen Press, 2010. Print.

Scott, Matthew. “William Hazlitt And Ralph Waldo Emerson: Unitarianism, The Museum, And The Aesthetics Of Power”. Wordsworth Circle 41.2 (2010): 99-­‐103. Print. Wordsworth Circle 41.2.

Smith, Gayle L, and Tharaud. “Emerson On Nature And The Rhetoric Of Thought”. Emerson for the Twenty-­‐First Century (2010): 321-­‐330. Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­‐First Century.

Stack, George J, Maria DiMaria, and Tharaud. “Emerson And Postmodernism”. Emerson for the Twenty-­‐First Century (2010): 403-­‐457. Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­‐First Century.

Stievermann, Jan, and Tharaud. “‘We Want Men . . . Who Can Open Their Eyes Wider Than To Nationality’: Ralph Waldo Emerson’S Vision Of An American World Literature”. Emerson for the Twenty-­‐First Century (2010): 165-­‐215. Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­‐First Century.

Stowe, William W. “Transcendental Vacations: Thoreau And Emerson In The Wilderness”. New England Quarterly 83 (2010): 482-­‐507. Print. New England Quarterly 83.

Stowe, William. “Linnaean Poetics: Emerson, Cooper, Thoreau, And The Names Of Plants”. Interdisciplinary Studies of Literature and Environment 17 (2010): 567-­‐583. Print. Interdisciplinary Studies Of Literature And Environment 17.

Tanner, Stephen L, and Tharaud. “The Theme Of Mind In Emerson’S English Traits”. Emerson for the Twenty-­‐First Century (2010): 55-­‐62. Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­‐First Century.

Tharaud, Barry. “Emerson For The Twenty-­‐First Century: Global Perspectives On An American Icon”. Delaware, 2010. Print.

Tharaud,. “Emerson, Literary Globalism, And The Circularity Of Influence”. Emerson for the Twenty-­‐First Century (2010): 33-­‐54. Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­‐First Century.

Tharaud,. “Nocturnal Outings: Emerson On Dreams”. Emerson For The Twenty­‐First Century. University of Delaware Press, 2010. 243-­‐284. Print. Emerson For The Twenty­‐First Century.

Urbas, Joseph. “Cavell’S Moral Perfectionism Or Emerson’S Moral Sentiment?”. European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy 2 (2010): 41-­‐53. Print. European Journal Of Pragmatism And American Philosophy 2.

Voelz, Johannes. Transcendental Resistance: The New Americanists And Emerson’S Challenge. New England, 2010. Print.

Walls, Laura Dassow, and Tharaud. “‘Every Truth Tends To Become A Power’: Emerson, Faraday, And The Minding Of Matter”. Emerson for the Twenty-­‐First Century (2010): 301-­‐317. Print. Emerson For The Twenty-­‐First Century.

White, Ryan. “Neither Here Nor There: On Grief And Absence In Emerson’S ‘Experience’”. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 23 (2010): 285-­‐306. Print. The Journal Of Speculative Philosophy 23.

Wolfe, Cary, Arsić, and Wolfe. “‘The Eye Is The First Circle’: Emerson’S ‘Romanticism,’ Cavell’S Skepticism, Luhmann’S Modernity”. The Other Emerson (2010): 271-­‐300. Print. The Other Emerson.

Ziser, Michael. “Emersonian Terrorism: John Brown, Islam, And Postsecular Violence”. American Literature 82 (2010): 333-­‐360. Print. American Literature 82.

2009

Brodhead, Richard H. “Prophets In America Circa 1830: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nat Turner, Joseph Smith”. Joseph Smith Jr.: Reappraisals After Two Centuries. Reid L Neilson & Givens, Terryl L. Oxford University Press, 2009. 13-­‐29. Print. Joseph Smith Jr.: Reappraisals After Two Centuries.

Clancy, Jonathan. “Elbert Hubbard, Transcendentalism And The Arts And Crafts Movement In America”. Journal of Modern Craft 2 (2009): 143-­‐160. Print. Journal Of Modern Craft .

Friedl, Herwig. “Emerson On Manners”. Civilizing America: Manners And Civility In American Literature And Culture. Dietmar Schloss. Heidelberg Universitätsverlag, 2009. 173-­184. Print. Civilizing America: Manners And Civility In American Literature And Culture.

Smith, David L. “‘Who Shall Define Me To An Individual?’ Emerson On Self, World, And God”. American Journal of Theology and Philosophy 30 (2009): 191-­‐211. Print. American Journal Of Theology And Philosophy 30.

Watson, David. “A Death That Is Of No Consequence: The Example Of Emerson’S Son”. English Studies in Africa 52 (2009): 28-­‐37. Print. English Studies In Africa 52.

Weingarden, Lauren S. “The Romantic Context And Emerson’s Poetic Project For An American Art”. Her Louis H. Sullivan And A 19Th-­‐Century Poetics Of Naturalized Architecture. Ashgate, 2009. 17-­‐37 . Print. Her Louis H. Sullivan And A 19Th-­‐Century Poetics Of Naturalized Architecture.

2008

Alfonso, Ricardo Miguel. “The Influence Of Anxiety, Or The Postmodernity Of Emerson”. New Literatures Of Old: Dialogues Of Tradition And Innovation In Anglophone Literature. Dídac Llorens-Cubedo & Prado-Pérez, Jose´Ramón. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008. 46-61. Print. New Literatures Of Old: Dialogues Of Tradition And Innovation In Anglophone Literature.

Allen, Thomas M. A Republic In Time: Temporality And Social Imagination In Nineteenth-Century America. Univ of North Carolina Press, 2008. Print.

Anderson, Douglas R. “Emerson’S Natures: Origins Of And Possibilities For American Environmental Thought”. New Morning: Emerson In The Twenty-First Century. Arthur S Lothstein & Brodrick, Michael. SUNY Press, 2008. 151-60. Print. New Morning: Emerson In The Twenty-First Century.

Buell, Lawrence. “Individualism, Natural Law, Human Rights”. New Morning: Emerson In The Twenty-First Century. Arthur S Lothstein & Brodrick, Michael. SUNY Press, 2008. 179-94. Print. New Morning: Emerson In The Twenty-First Century.

Castiglia, Christopher. Interior States: Institutional Consciousness And The Inner Life Of Democracy In The Antebellum United States. Duke University Press, 2008. Print.

Constantinesco, Thomas. “Discordant Correspondence In Ralph Waldo Emerson’S ‘Friendship’”. NEQ 81 (2008): 218-51. Print. Neq .

Davis, Clark. “‘Not Like Any Form Of Activity’: Waiting In Emerson, Melville, And Weil”. Common Knowledge 15 (2008): 39-58. Print. Common Knowledge .

Delano, Sterling, and Joel Myerson. “’the General Scapegoat’: Thoreau And Concord In 1844”. TSB 264 (2008): 1-2. Print. Tsb .

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Dumm, Thomas. Loneliness As A Way Of Life. Harvard University Press, 2008. Print.

Goldberg, Shari. “From Quietism To Quiet Politics: Inheriting Emerson’S Antislavery Testimony”. Paragraph 31 (2008): 281-303. Print. Paragraph .

Gougeon, Len. “Emerson And The Reinvention Of American Democracy”. New Morning: Emerson In The Twenty-First Century. Arthur S Lothstein & Brodrick, Michael. SUNY Press, 2008. 162-78. Print. New Morning: Emerson In The Twenty-First Century.

Griffin, Martin. “Emerson’S Crossing: English Traits And The Politics Of ‘Politics’”. MIH 5 (2008): 251-78. Print. Mih .

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Hardack, Richard. “‘A Woman Need Not Be Sincere’: Annie Dillard’S Fictional Autobiographies And The Gender Politics Of American Transcendentalism”. ArizQ 64 (2008): 75-108. Print. Arizq .

Larson, Kerry. Imagining Equality In Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Cambridge University Press, 2008. Print.

Leng, Wang. “An Approach To Emerson’S Writing Style From A Daoist Perspective”. Dao 7 (2008): 295-306. Print. Dao .

Ljungquist, Kent P. “The Oreades Hear Emerson In Worcester”. NEQ 81 (2008): 503-05. Print. Neq .

Lothstein, Arthur S, and Michael Brodrick. New Morning: Emerson In The Twenty-First Century. SUNY Press, 2008. Print.

Lothstein, Arthur S, and Michael Brodrick. New Morning: Emerson In The Twenty-First Century. SUNY Press, 2008. Print.

Lysaker, John. Emerson And Self-Culture. Indiana University Press, 2008. Print.

Marr, David. “Face To Face With Emerson”. New Morning: Emerson In The Twenty-First Century. Arthur S Lothstein & Brodrick, Michael. SUNY Press, 2008. 141-50. Print. New Morning: Emerson In The Twenty-First Century.

Marx, Leo. “The Idea Of Nature In America”. Daedalus 137.ii (2008): 8-21. Print. Daedalus .

McDermott, John J. “Spires Of Influence: The Importance Of Emerson For Classical American Philosophy”. New Morning: Emerson In The Twenty-First Century. Arthur S Lothstein & Brodrick, Michael. SUNY Press, 2008. 50-66. Print. New Morning: Emerson In The Twenty-First Century.

Meehan, Sean Ross. Mediating American Autobiography: Photography In Emerson, Thoreau, Douglass, And Whitman. University of Missouri Press, 2008. Print.

Mehne, Phillip. “Reading Nature: Emerson, Cuvier, Lyell, Goethe And The Intricacies Of A Much-Quoted Trope”. CompAmSt 6 (2008): 103-22. Print. Compamst .

Meyer, Steven. “Systematizing Emerson, Supplementing Whitehead: Reading Whitehead With Stengers”. Process Studies 37 (2008): 98-126. Print. Process Studies .

Michael, John. “Liberal Justice And Particular Identity: Cavell, Emerson, Rawls”. ArizQ 64 (2008): 27-47. Print. Arizq .

Mott, Wesley T. “‘October Satisfaction’: Methodist Gilbert Haven Reviews Society And Solitude”. ESP 19.i (2008): 6-7. Print. Esp .

Murray, Meg McGavran. Margaret Fuller: Wandering Pilgrim. University of Georgia Press, 2008. Print.

Myerson, Joel. Fuller In Her Own Time. University of Iowa Press, 2008. Print.

Oliver, Mary. “Emerson: An Introduction”. New Morning: Emerson In The Twenty-First Century. Arthur S Lothstein & Brodrick, Michael. SUNY Press, 2008. 3-8. Print. New Morning: Emerson In The Twenty-First Century.

Oshatz, Molly. “The Problem Of Moral Progress: The Slavery Debates And The Development Of Liberal Protestantism In The United States”. MIH 5 (2008): 225-50. Print. Mih .

Outka, Paul. Race And Nature From Transcendentalism To The Harlem Renaissance. Palgrave , 2008. Print.

O’Neill, Bonnie Carr. “‘The Best Of Me Is There’: Emerson As Lecturer And Celebrity”. AL 80 (2008): 739-67. Print. Al .

Paolucci, Stefano. “Emerson Writes To Clough: A Lost Letter Found In Italy”. ESP 19.i (2008): 4-5. Print. Esp .

Richardson, Robert D. First We Read, Then We Write: Emerson On The Creative Proces. University of Iowa Press, 2008. Print.

Richardson, Robert D. First We Read, Then We Write: Emerson On The Creative Process. University of Iowa Press, 2008. Print.

Robinson, David M. “Poetry, Poetic Perception, And Emerson’S Spiritual Affirmations”. Shaping Belief: Culture, Politics And Religion In Nineteenth-Century Writing. Victoria Morgan & Williams, Clare. Liverpool , 2008. 95-112. Print. Shaping Belief: Culture, Politics And Religion In Nineteenth-Century Writing.

Rossi, William. “Performing Loss, Elegy, And Transcendental Friendship”. NEQ 81 (2008): 252-77. Print. Neq .

Saito, Naiko. “Pragmatism, Tragedy, And Hope: Deweyan Growth And Emersonian Perfectionist Education”. Pragmatism, Education, And Children: International Philosophical Perspectives. Michael Taylor, Schreier, Helmut, & Paulo Ghiraldelli, Jr. Rodopi, 2008. 75-95. Print. Pragmatism, Education, And Children: International Philosophical Perspectives.

Schneider, Bethany. “Boudinot’s Change: Boudinot, Emerson, And Ross On Cherokee Removal”. ELH 75 (2008): 151-77. Print. Elh .

Turner, Jack. “Awakening To Race: Ralph Ellison And Democratic Individuality”. PT 36 (2008): 655-82. Print. Pt .

Turner, Jack. “Emerson, Slavery, And Citizenship”. Raritan 28 (2008): 127-46. Print. Raritan .

Van Anglen, KP. “Transcendentalism And Religion: The State Of Play”. LiteratureC 5/6 (2008): 1010-1024. Print. Literaturec .

Völz, Johannes. “Representation, Emerson, And The New Americanists”. ComAmSt 6 (2008): 37-54. Print. Comamst .

Walls, Laura Dassow. “Ralph Waldo Emerson And Coleridge’S American Legacy”. Coleridge’S Afterlives. James Vigus & Wright, Jane. Palgrave, 2008. 112-27. Print. Coleridge’S Afterlives.

York, Maurice, and Rick Spaulding. Natural History Of The Intellect: The First Publication Of Emerson’S Last Lectures. Wrightwood, 2008. Print.

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2007

Albanese, Catherine. A Republic Of Mind And Spirit: A Cultural History Of American Metaphysical Religion. Yale University Press, 2007. Print.

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2007

Bell, James. “Absolve You To Yourself: Emerson’s Conception Of Rational Agency”. Inquiry 50 (2007): 234-52. Print. Inquiry.

Brown, Dale Patrick. Brilliance And Balderdash: Early Lectures At Cincin­Nati’S Mercantile Library. Mercantile Library, 2007. Print.

Brøgger, Fredrik Chr. “Anthropo­Morphic Nature Lover: Annie Dillard And The Transcendentalist Tradition In American Nature Writing”. AmStScan 39 (2007): 29-40. Print. Amstscan 39.

Buckley, Michael G. “‘The Footsteps Of Creative Energy’: John Burroughs And Nineteenth-Century Literary Natural History”. ATQ 21 (2007): 261-72. Print. Atq .

Buell, Lawrence. “Religion And Environmental Imagination In American Literature”. There Before Us: Religion, Literature, And Culture From Emerson To Wendell Berry. Roger Lundin. Eerdmans, 2007. 216-38. Print. There Before Us: Religion, Literature, And Culture From Emerson To Wendell Berry.

Butler, Leslie. Critical Americans: Victorian Intellectuals And Transatlantic Reform. Univ of North Carolina Press, 2007. Print.

Cameron, Sharon. Impersonality: Seven Essays. Univerity of Chicago Press, 2007. Print.

Capper, Charles, and Cristina Giorcelli. Margaret Fuller: Transatlantic Crossings In A Revolutionary Age. University of Wisconsin Press, 2007. Print.

Capper, Charles. Margaret Fuller: An American Romantic Life, The Public Years. Oxford University Press, 2007. Print.

Cheever, Susan. American Bloomsbury. Simon & Schuster, 2007. Print.

Constantinesco, Thomas. “Portraits À La Lettre: La Correspondance D’Emerson Et De Carlyle”. RFEA 112 (2007): 16-31. Print. Rfea .

Davis, Theo. Formalism, Experience, And The Making Of American Literature In The Nineteenth Century. Cambridge University Press, 2007. Print.

Del Castillo, Ramón. “The Glass Prison: Emerson, James And The Religion Of The Individual”. Fringes Of Religious Experience: Cross-Perspectives On William James’s The Varieties Of Religious Experience. Sergio Franzese & Kraemer, Felicitas. Ontos, 2007. 93-122. Print. Fringes Of Religious Experience: Cross-Perspectives On William James’s The Varieties Of Religious Experience.

Delano, Sterling F, and Joel Myerson. “Letters From Brook Farm: A Comprehensive Checklist Of Surviving Correspondence”. RALS 31 (2007): 95-123. Print. Rals .

Deming, Richard. Listening On All Sides: Toward An Emersonian Ethics Of Reading. Stanford University Press, 2007. Print.

Friedl, Herwig. “Kunstvoll Einfache Denk-Bewegungen: Ein Amerikan­Istischer Prolog Zu Einem Dialog Zwischen Europa Und Amerika”. Dialoge Zwischen Amerika Und Europa: Transatlantische Perspektiven In Philosophie, Literatur, Kunst Und Musik. Astrid Böger, Schiller, Georg, & Schröder, Nicole. A. Francke, 2007. 17-44. Print. Dialoge Zwischen Amerika Und Europa: Transatlantische Perspektiven In Philosophie, Literatur, Kunst Und Musik.

Friedman, Randy L. “Traditions Of Pragmatism And The Myth Of The Emersonian Democrat”. TCSPS 43 (2007): 154-84. Print. Tcsps .

Fuller, Randall. Emerson’S Ghosts: Literature, Politics, And The Making Of Americanists. Oxford University Press, 2007. Print.

Fuller, Randall. “Aesthetics, Politics, Homosexuality: F. O. Matthiessen And The Tragedy Of The American Scholar”. AL 79 (2007): 363-91. Print. Al .

Fulton, Joe B. “Reason For A Renaissance: The Rhetoric Of Reformation And Rebirth In The Age Of Transcendentalism”. NEQ 80 (2007): 383-407. Print. Neq .

Giles, Paul. “Medieval American Literature: Emerson, Longfellow And The Longue Durée”. REALB 23 (2007): 113-32. Print. Realb .

Giles, Paul, Wai Chee Dimock, and Lawrence Buell. “The Deterritorialization Of American Literature”. Shades Of The Planet: American Literature As World Literature. Princeton Univerisity Press, 2007. 39-61. Print. Shades Of The Planet: American Literature As World Literature.

Goto, Shoji. The Philosophy Of Emerson And Thoreau: Orientals Meet Occidentals. Mellen, 2007. Print.

Gougeon, Len. Emerson And Eros: The Making Of A Cultural Hero. SUNY Press, 2007. Print.

Greenham, David. “The Skeptical Deduction: Reading Kant And Cavell In Emerson’S ‘Self-Reliance’”. ESQ 53 (2007): 253-81. Print. Esq .

Gura, Philip F. American Transcendentalism: A History. Hill and Wang, 2007. Print.

Gura, Philip F. “The Transcendentalist Commotion”. NER 28 (2007): 50-79. Print. Ner .

Gurley, Jennifer. “Emerson’S Politics Of Uncertainty”. ESQ 53 (2007): 323-59. Print. Esq .

Hanlon, Christopher. “’the Old Race Are All Gone’: Transatlantic Bloodlines And English Traits”. AmLH 19 (2007): 800-23. Print. Amlh .

Howe, Daniel Walker. What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation Of America, 1815-1848. Oxford University Press, 2007. Print.

Hurth, Elizabeth. Between Faith And Unbelief: American Transcedentalists And The Challenge Of Atheism. brill, 2007. Print.

Hurth, Elisabeth. Between Faith And Unbelief: American Transcendental­Ists And The Challenge Of Atheism. Brill, 2007. Print.

Lekan, Todd. “Appreciating The Impersonal In Emerson (That’s What Friends Are For)”. JSpecPhil 21 (2007): 91-105. Print. Jspecphil .

Leypoldt, Günter. “Aesthetic Specialists And Public Intellectuals: Ruskin, Emerson, And Contemporary Professionalism”. MLQ 68 (2007): 417-36. Print. Mlq .

Matteson, John. Eden’S Outcasts: The Story Of Louisa May Alcott And Her Father. W. W. Norton & Company, 2007. Print.

Milder, Robert. “From Emerson To Edwards”. NEQ 80 (2007): 96-133. Print. Neq .

Mott, Wesley T. “Lucy Stone Reviews Emerson”. ESP 18.i (2007): 4-5. Print. Esp .

Packer, Barbara L. The Transcen­Dentalists. University of Georgia Press, 2007. Print.

Packer, Barbara. “Signing Off: Religious Indifference In America”. There Before Us: Religion, Literature, And Culture From Emerson To Wendell Berry. Roger Lundin. Eerdmans, 2007. 1-22. Print. There Before Us: Religion, Literature, And Culture From Emerson To Wendell Berry.

Payne, Daniel G. “Emerson’S Natural Theology: John Burroughs And The ‘Church’ Of Latter Day Transcendentalism”. ATQ 21 (2007): 191-205. Print. Atq .

Pearce, Lucy. “Re-Visioning History: Countering Emerson’S Alleged Ahistoricity”. EJAC 26 (2007): 41-56. Print. Ejac .

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Poirier, Richard. “An Approach To Unapproachable America”. Raritan 26 (2007): 1-13. Print. Raritan .

Posnock, Ross. “Planetary Circles: Philip Roth, Emerson, Kundera”. Shades Of The Planet: American Literature As World Literature. Wai Chee Dimock & Buell, Lawrence. Princeton Univerisity Press, 2007. 141-67. Print. Shades Of The Planet: American Literature As World Literature.

Profozich, Richard P. “Self-Reliance: American Exceptionalist Foreign Policy And The Writing Of Ralph Waldo Emerson”. Walking On A Trail Of Words: Essays In Honor Of Agnieszka Salska. Jadwiga Maszewska & Maszewski, Zbigniew. Łodź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łodzkiego, 2007. 39-52. Print. Walking On A Trail Of Words: Essays In Honor Of Agnieszka Salska.

Reynolds, Larry J. “Righteous Violence: The Roman Republic And Margaret Fuller’S Revolutionary Example”. Capper and Giorcelli (2007): 172-92. Print. Capper And Giorcelli.

Richardson, Todd H. “Emerson Iconography And The Free Religious Index”. RALS 31 (2007): 11-29. Print. Rals .

Richardson, Joan. A Natural History Of Pragmatism: The Fact Of Feeling From Jonathan Edwards To Gertrude Stein. Cambridge University Press, 2007. Print.

Robinson, David M. “Christopher Pearse Cranch And The New England Transcenden­Talists”. Nancy Stula, At Home And Abroad: The Transcendental Landscapes Of Christopher Pearse Cranch (1813-1892). Lyman Allyn Art Museum and University Press of New England, 2007. 57-73. Print. Nancy Stula, At Home And Abroad: The Transcendental Landscapes Of Christopher Pearse Cranch (1813-1892).

Sakuma, Mikayo. “Emerson’s Proto-Evolutionary Idea: Its Formation And Transatlantic Contexts”. SELit 48 (2007): 21-39. Print. Selit .

Scalia, Bill R. “Sampson Reed: A Swedenborgian At Harvard And Early Emerson Colleague”. ESP 18 .i (2007): 11-12. Print. Esp .

Schoolman, Martha. “Emerson’s Doctrine Of Hatred”. ArQ 63 (2007): 1-26. Print. Arq .

Schöpp, Joseph C. “‘The Powers And Duties Of The Scholar Or Writer’: Emersons Selbstenwurf Im Lichte Goethes”. Dialoge Zwischen Amerika Und Europa: Transatlantische Perspektiven In Phil­Oso­Phie, Literatur, Kunst Und Musik. Astrid Böger, Schiller, Georg, & Schröder, Nicole. A. Francke, 2007. 91-106. Print. Dialoge Zwischen Amerika Und Europa: Transatlantische Perspektiven In Phil­Oso­Phie, Literatur, Kunst Und Musik.

Schöpp, Joseph C. “‘We Come Out To Europe To Learn What Man Can -:’ Emerson’S Grand Tour Of 1833”. Walking On A Trail Of Words: Essays In Honor Of Agnieszka Salska. Jadwiga Maszewska & Maszewski, Zbigniew. Łodź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łodzkiego, 2007. 11-25. Print. Walking On A Trail Of Words: Essays In Honor Of Agnieszka Salska.

Schulz, Dieter. “Wurzeln Der Amerikanischen Moderne: William Carlos Williams, Ezra Pound Et Al. Vor Dem Hintergrund Des Transzenden­Talismus”. Carsten Dutt & Luckscheiter, Roman. Figurationen der literarischen Moderne Winter (2007): 373-93. Print. Figurationen Der Literarischen Moderne.

Schulz, Dieter. “Wandern Und Methode: Thoreaus ‘walking’ Im Lichte Emersons Und Gadamers”. Dialoge Zwischen Amerika Und Europa: Transatlantische Perspektiven In Philosophie, Literatur, Kunst Und Musik. Astrid Böger, Schiller, Georg, & Schröder, Nicole. A. Francke, 2007. 107-29. Print. Dialoge Zwischen Amerika Und Europa: Transatlantische Perspektiven In Philosophie, Literatur, Kunst Und Musik.

Shaw, Jonathan Imber. “’a Strong Present Tense’: Emerson And The Times Of London”. ATQ 21 (2007): 95-110. Print. Atq .

Stula, Nancy. At Home And Abroad: The Transcendental Landscapes Of Christopher Pearse Cranch (1813-1892). Lyman Allyn Art Museum and University Press of New England, 2007. Print.

Thomä, Dieter. “Jeder Ist Sich Selbst Der Fernste: Zum Zusammenhang Zwischen Personaler Identität Und Moral Bei Nietzsche Und Emerson”. NietzscheS 36 (2007): 316-43. Print. Nietzsches .

Vaughan, Gerald F. “Ralph Waldo Emerson’S Mentor At Harvard”. Hist Jour Mass 35 (2007): 789-96. Print. Hist Jour Mass .

Wilczyński, Marek. “Ars Oblivionis. The American Dream To Forget”. Walking On A Trail Of Words: Essays In Honor Of Agnieszka Salska. Jadwiga Maszewska & Maszewski, Zbigniew. Łodź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łodzkiego, 2007. 27-28. Print. Walking On A Trail Of Words: Essays In Honor Of Agnieszka Salska.

Wilson, Leslie Perrin. In History’s Embrace: Past And Present In Concord, Massachusetts. Hollins , 2007. Print.

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2006

Allen, Thomas M. “Frank Bidart’S Emersonian Redemption”. Raritan 25 (2006): 95-114. Print. Raritan .

Atchley, Heath J. “The Death Of Emerson: Writing, Loss, And Divine Presence”. JournalSpecPhil 20 (2006): 251-65. Print. Journalspecphil .

Baker, Anne. Heartless Immensity: Literature, Culture, And Geography In Antebellum America. University of Michigan Press, 2006. Print.

Bense, James. “At Odds With ‘De-Transcendentalizing Emerson’: The Case Of William James”. NEQ 69 (2006): 355-86. Print. Neq .

Bloom, Harold. Emerson’s Essays. Chelsea House, 2006. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Emerson Bicentennial Essays. Ronald A Bosco & Myerson, Joel. Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, 2006. Print.

Bosco, Ronald A, and Joel Myerson. Emerson Bicentennial Essays. Massachusetts Historical Society/University Press of Virginia, 2006. Print.

Bosco, Ronald A, and Joel Myerson. The Emerson Brothers: A Fraternal Biography In Letters. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006. Print.

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Buell, Lawrence. The American Transcendentalists: Essential Writings. Modern Library, 2006. Print.

Burkholder, Robert E. “(Re)Visiting ‘The Adirondacs’: Emerson’S Confrontation With Wild Nature”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 247-69. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

Chung, Eun-Gwi. “‘It Does Not Touch Me’: Emersonian Poetics Of Mourning In ‘Experience’”. NCLiE 10 (2006): 185-204. Print. Nclie .

Cole, Phyllis. “The New Movement’S Tide: Emerson And Women’S Rights”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 117-52. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

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Dimock, Wai Chee. Through Other Continents: American Literature Across Deep Time. Princeton Univerisity Press, 2006. Print.

Dunstan, Susan. “The Italian Alembic: Emerson In The Cathedral, 1833”. ESQ 52 (2006): 193-225. Print. Esq .

Eckel, Leslie E. “Symbols ‘Mystical And Awful’: Emerson’S And Long­Fellow’S Primitive Poetics”. ESQ 52 (2006): 45-74. Print. Esq .

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Conduct Of Life. University Press of America, 2006. Print.

Epstein, Andrew. Beautiful Enemies: Friendship And Postwar American Poetry. Oxford University Press, 2006. Print.

Finseth, Ian. “Evolution, Cosmopolitanism, And Emerson’S Antislavery Politics”. AL 77 (2006): 729-60. Print. Al .

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Fuller, Randall. “Errand Into The Wilderness: Perry Miller As American Scholar”. AmLH 18 (2006): 102-28. Print. Amlh .

Garvey, Gregory T. “Emerson, Garrison, And The Anti-Slavery Society”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 153-82. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

Garvey, Gregory T. Creating The Culture Of Reform In Antebellum America. University of Georgia Press, 2006. Print.

Giles, Paul. Atlantic Republic: The American Tradition In English Literature. Oxford University Press, 2006. Print.

Gilmore, Michael T. “A Plot Against America: Free Speech And The American Renaissance”. Raritan 26 (2006): 90-113. Print. Raritan .

Golec, Michael J. “Martha Stewart Living And The Marketing Of Emersonian Perfectionism”. Home Cultures 3 (2006): 1-24. Print. Home Cultures .

Gougeon, Len. “Emerson And The British: Challenging The Limits Of Liberty”. REAL 22 (2006): 179-213. Print. Real .

Gougeon, Len. “The Legacy Of Reform: Emersonian Idealism, Moorfield Storey, And The Civil Rights Movement”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 183-210. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

Habich, Robert D. “Holmes, Cabot, And Edward Emerson And The Challenges Of Writing Emerson’S Biography In The 1880S”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 3-32. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

Hawthorne, Elizabeth Manning. Elizabeth Manning Hawthorne: A Life In Letters. Cecile Anne de Rocher. University Alabama Press, 2006. Print.

Hudspeth, Robert N. “Later Emerson: ‘Intellect’ And The Conduct Of Life”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 405-31. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

Irmsher, Christoph. Longfellow Redux. University of Illinois Press, 2006. Print.

Kern, Robert. “Fabricating Ecocentric Discourse In The American Poem (And Elsewhere)”. NLH 37 (2006): 425-445. Print. Nlh .

Koopman, Colin. “Pragmatism As A Philosophy Of Hope: Emerson, James, Dewey, Rorty”. JSpecPhil 20 (2006): 106-16. Print. Jspecphil .

Larson, Kerry. “Illiberal Emerson”. NCP 33 (2006): 28-72. Print. Ncp .

Meehan, Sean Ross. “Emerson’S Photographic Thinking”. ArQ 62 (2006): 27-58. Print. Arq .

Meehan, Sean Ross. “Living Learning: Lessons From Emerson’S School”. ESP 17.ii (2006): 4-5,15. Print. Esp .

Menze, Ernest A. “Herder And American Transcendentalism: Reception And Influence On The Religious Dimension Of The Movement”. Herder Jahrbuch 8 (2006): 27-41. Print. Herder Jahrbuch .

Mott, Wesley T. “‘The Power Of Recurring To The Sublime At Pleasure’: Emerson And Feeling”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 367-90. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

Myerson, Joel, and Ronald A Bosco. The Emerson Brothers: A Fraternal Biography In Letters. Oxford University Press, 2006. Print.

Norris, Andrew. The Claim To Community: Essays On Stanley Cavell And Political Philosophy. Stanford University Press, 2006. Print.

Packer, Barbara. “History And Form In Emerson’S ‘Fate’”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 432-52. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

Paryż, Marek. “Beyond The Traveler’S Testimony: Emerson’S English Traits And The Construction Of Postcolonial Counter-Discourse”. ATQ 20 (2006): 565-90. Print. Atq .

Petrulionis, Sandra Harbert. To Set This World Right: The Antislavery Movement In Thoreau’S Concord. Cornell University Press, 2006. Print.

Rhu, Lawrence F. Stanley Cavell’S American Dream: Shakespeare, Philosophy, And Hollywood Movies. Fordham, 2006. Print.

Richardson, Todd H. “Publishing The Cause Of Suffrage: The Woman’S Journal’S Appropriation Of Ralph Waldo Emerson”. NEQ 76 (2006): 578-608. Print. Neq.

Roberson, Susan L. “Emerson, Columbus, And The Geography Of Self-Reliance: The Example Of The Sermons”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 273-88. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

Robinson, David M. “Margaret Fuller, New York, And The Politics Of Transcendentalism”. ESQ 52 (2006): 301-17. Print. Esq .

Robinson, David M. “‘The New Epoch Of Belief’: The Radical And Religious Transformation In Nineteenth-Century New England”. NEQ 79 (2006): 557-77. Print. Neq .

Robinson, David M. “Experience, Instinct, And Emerson’S Philosophical Reorientation”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 391-404. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

Sachs, Aaron. The Humboldt Current: Nineteenth-Century Exploration And The Roots Of American Environmentalism. Viking, 2006. Print.

Schor, Esther. Emma Lazarus. Schocken, 2006. Print.

Schreiner, Samuel A., Jr. The Concord Quartet: Alcott, Emerson, Hawthorne, Thoreau, And The Friendship That Freed The American Mind. Wiley, 2006. Print.

Schulenberg, Ulf. “‘Strangle The Singers Who Will Not Sing You Loud And Strong’–Emerson, Whitman, And The Idea Of A Literary Culture”. ArAA 31 (2006): 39-61. Print. Araa .

Schulenberg, Ulf. “Books, Rocks, And Sentimental Education—Self-Culture And The Desire For The Really Real In Henry David Thoreau”. Amst 51 (2006): n. pag. Print. Amst .

Simmons, Nancy Craig. “Emerson And His Audiences: The New England Lectures, 1843-1844”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 51-85. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

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Stadler, Gustavus. Troubling Minds: The Cultural Politics Of Genius In The United States, 1840-1890. University of Minnesota Press, 2006. Print.

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Thomas, Joseph M. “Poverty And Power: Revisiting Emerson’S Poetics”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 213-46. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

Van Cromphout, Gustaaf. “Emerson On Language And Action”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 315-33. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

Von Frank, Albert J. “Emerson And Gnosticism”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 289-314. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

Walls, Laura Dassow. “‘If Body Can Sing’: Emerson And Victorian Science”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 334-66. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

Warren, James Perrin. John Burroughs And The Place Of Nature. University of Georgia Press, 2006. Print.

Wayne, Tiffany K. Encyclopedia Of Transcendentalism. New York: Facts on File, 2006. Print.

Webb, Joe. “Echoes Of Paine: Tracing The Age Of Reason Through The Writings Of Emerson”. ATQ 20 (2006): 513-25. Print. Atq .

Wertheimer, Eric. Underwriting: The Poetics Of Insurance In America, 1722-1872. Stanford University Press, 2006. Print.

Wider, Sarah Ann. “Chladni Patterns, Lyceum Halls, And Skillful Experimenters: Emerson’S New Metaphysics For The Listening Reader”. Emerson Bicentennial Essays (2006): 86-114. Print. Emerson Bicentennial Essays.

Wilson, Leslie Perrin. “‘The Tenant Is More Than The House’: Selected Portraits In The Concord Free Public Library”. NCP 33 (2006): 73-116. Print. Ncp .

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2005

Bosco, Ronald A, and Joel Myerson. The Selected Lectures Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. 2 Vol. University of Georgia Press, 2005. Print.

Boyden, Michael. “The Institutional Origins Of American Literary History”. CompAmSt 3 (2005): 173-88. Print. Compamst .

Buell, Lawrence. The Future Of Environmental Criticism: Environmental Crisis And Literary Imagination. Blackwell, 2005. Print.

Bundy, Carol. The Nature Of Sacrifice: A Biography Of Charles Russell Lowell, Jr., 1835-1864. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2005. Print.

Bush, Ronald. “Pound, Emerson, And Thoreau: The Pisan Cantos And The Politics Of American Pastoral”. Paideuma 34 (2005): 271-92. Print. Paideuma .

Cain, William E. “Howe On Emerson: The Politics Of Literary Criticism”. Irving Howe And The Critics. John Rodden. University of Nebraska Press , 2005. 132-42. Print. Irving Howe And The Critics.

Cavell, Stanley. Philosophy The Day After Tomorrow. Harvard University Press, 2005. Print.

Cole, Phyllis. “Emerson Father And Son: A Precedent For ‘The American Scholar’”. NEQ 78 (2005): 101-24. Print. Neq .

Cole, Rachel. “The Reality Effect: Emerson’S Speakers And The Phenomenon Of Personality”. YJC 18 (2005): 67-86. Print. Yjc .

Critchley, Simon. “Cavell’S ‘Romanticism’ And Cavell’S Romanticism”. Russell Goodman. Contending with Stanley Cavell (2005): 37-54. Print. Contending With Stanley Cavell.

Crouse, Jamie S. “‘If They Have A Moral Power’: Margaret Fuller, Transcendentalism, And The Question Of Women’S Moral Nature”. ATQ 19 (2005): 259-79. Print. Atq .

Dall, Caroline. Daughter Of Boston: The Extraordinary Diary Of A Nineteenth-Century Woman. Helen R Deese. Beacon, 2005. Print.

Donoghue, Denis. The American Classics: A Personal Essay. Yale University Press, 2005. Print.

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Field, Susan. “Open To Influence: Ralph Waldo Emerson And Audre Lorde On Loss”. ATQ 19 (2005): 5-22. Print. Atq .

Geldard, Richard G. The Essential Transcendentalists. New York: Tarcher, 2005. Print.

Goodman, Russell. Contending With Stanley Cavell. Oxford University Press, 2005. Print.

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Gougeon, Len. “Emerson, Whitman, And Eros”. WWQR 23 (2005): 126-46. Print. Wwqr .

Hanlon, Christopher. “Eloquence And Invisible Man”. CollL 32 (2005): 74-98. Print. Colll 32.

Holland, David F. “Anne Hutchinson To Horace Bushnell: A New Take On The New England Sequence”. NEQ 78 (2005): 163-201. Print. Neq .

Hudspeth, Robert N. “‘Born With Knives In Their Brain’: Recent Writings On American Transcendentalism”. MHR 7 (2005): 120-31. Print. Mhr .

Hurth, Elisabeth. “The Poet And The Mystic: Ralph Waldo Emerson And Jakob Böhme”. ZAA 53 (2005): 333-52. Print. Zaa .

Johnson, Linck. “Emerson: America’S First Public Intellectual?”. MIH 2 (2005): 135-51. Print. Mih .

Keane, Patrick J. Emerson, Romanticism, And Intuitive Reason: The Transatlantic “Light Of All Our Day”. University of Missouri Press, 2005. Print.

Kohler, Michelle. “Dickinson’S Embodied Eyeball: Transcendentalism And The Scope Of Vision”. EDJ 13.ii (2005): 27-57. Print. Edj .

Lawrence, Kathleen. “‘The Dry-Lighted Soul’ Ignites: Emerson And His Soul-Mate Caroline Sturgis As Seen In Her Houghton Manuscripts”. HLB 16 (2005): 37-67. Print. Hlb .

Lee, Maurice S. Slavery, Philosophy, And American Literature, 1830-1860. Cambridge University Press, 2005. Print.

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Marshall, Megan. The Peabody Sisters: Three Women Who Ignited American Romanticism. Houghton Mifflin, 2005. Print.

Maynard, Barksdale W. “Emerson’S ‘Wyman Lot’: Forgotten Context For Thoreau’S House At Walden”. CS 12/13 (2005): 61-84. Print. Cs .

McClelland, James. “Losing Grip: Emerson, Leroux And The Work Of Identity”. JAmS 39 (2005): 239-55. Print. Jams .

Meltzer, Mitchell. Secular Revelations: The Constitution Of The United States And Classic American Literature. Harvard University Press, 2005. Print.

Myerson, Joel. A Supplement To Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Descriptive Bibliography. Oak Knoll and University of Pittsburgh, 2005. Print.

Newman, Lance. Our Common Dwelling: Henry Thoreau, Transcendentalism, And The Class Politics Of Nature. Palgrave, 2005. Print.

Peck, Daniel H. “Unlikely Kindred Spirits: A New Vision Of Landscape In The Works Of Henry David Thoreau And Asher B. Durand”. ALH 17 (2005): 687-713. Print. Alh .

von Rautenfeld, Hans. “Thinking For Thousands: Emerson’S Theory Of Political Representation In The Public Sphere”. AJPS 49 (2005): 184-97. Print. Ajps .

Reynolds, David S. John Brown, Abolitionist. Knopf, 2005. Print.

Saito, Naoko. The Gleam Of Light: Moral Perfectionism And Education In Dewey And Emerson. Fordham, 2005. Print.

Sandage, Scott A. Born Losers: A History Of Failure In America. Harvard University Press, 2005. Print.

Schmidt, Leigh Eric. Restless Souls: The Making Of American Spirituality From Emerson To Oprah. Harper San Francisco, 2005. Print.

Schulz, Dieter. “Ralph Waldo Emerson: Ein Denker Zwischen Peripherie Und Zentrum”. Querdenker: Visionäre Un Außenseiter In Philosophie Und Theologie. Markus Knapp & Kobusch, Theo. Wissenschaftliche Buchgellschaf, 2005. 223-33. Print. Querdenker: Visionäre Un Außenseiter In Philosophie Und Theologie.

Skrine, Peter. “Goethe And Emerson In Elizabeth Gaskell’S Manchester”. GSJ 19 (2005): 69-85. Print. Gsj .

Tauber, Alfred I. “The Reflexive Project: Reconstructing The Moral Agent”. HHS (2005): 49-75. Print. Hhs .

Tuchinsky, Adam-Max. “‘The Bourgeoisie Will Fall And Fall Forever’: The New-York Tribune, The 1848 French Revolution, And American Social Democratic Discourse”. JAH 92 (2005): 47-97. Print. Jah .

Von Der Heydt, Jim. “The Writer’S Occupation: Dickinson And Emerson Out Of Doors”. ESQ 51 (2005): 307-39. Print. Esq .

Wayne, Tiffany K. Woman Thinking: Feminism And Transcendentalism In Nineteenth-Century America. Lexington, 2005. Print.

Wilson, Leslie Perrin. “’no Worthless Books’: Elizabeth Peabody’S Foreign Library, 1840-52”. PBSA 99 (2005): 113-52. Print. Pbsa .

2004

Accardo, Annalucia. “Poets With ‘Fine Ears,’ Or The ‘Responsibility’ Of The Artist: R. W. Emerson, E. Dickinson, And G. Paley”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 161-70. Print. Emerson At 200.

Amoruso, Vito. “The Work Of Madrepores: Emerson And American Modernity”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 53-59. Print. Emerson At 200.

Belknap, Robert E. The List: The Uses And Pleasures Of Cataloguing. Yale University Press, 2004. Print.

Bellot, Marc. “’this Old Chronology Of Selfishness And Pride’: La Conception Émersonienne De L’histoire ”. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes (2004): 131-44. Print. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes.

Bickman, Martin. “Seeing What I Say: Emerson, Berthoff, And The Dialectical Notebook”. Reader 51 (2004): 22-31. Print. Reader.

Blinder, Caroline. “‘The Transparent Eyeball’: On Emerson And Walker Evans”. Mosaic 37 .iv (2004): 149-63. Print. Mosaic .

Bloom, Harold. Where Shall Wisdom Be Found?. Riverhead, 2004. Print.

Boggs, Colleen Glenny. “Margaret Fuller’S American Translation”. AL 76 (2004): 31-58. Print. Al .

Bosco, Ronald A. “‘The Tendencies And Duties Of Men Of Thought’ And ‘The Transcendency Of Physics’: Ethics And Science In The Later Emerson”. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes (2004): 325-35. Print. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes.

Brunet, François. “Méthode(S) Dans ‘The Method Of Nature”. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes (2004): 24-41. Print. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes.

Bryant, John. “‘Self-Reliance’ And ‘The Poet’: Teaching Transcendentalism Transcendentally, And Critically”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 221-38. Print. Emerson At 200.

Castillo, Susan. “‘The Best Of Nations’? Race And Imperial Destinies In Emerson’S English Traits”. YES 34 (2004): 100-11. Print. Yes .

Colapietro, Vincent. “The Question Of Voice And The Limits Of Pragmatism: Emerson, Dewey, Cavell”. The Range Of Pragmatism And The Limits Of Philosophy. Richard Shusterman. Blackwell, 2004. 174-96. Print. The Range Of Pragmatism And The Limits Of Philosophy.

Colatrella, Carol. “Emerson’S Politics Of The Novel”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 265-77. Print. Emerson At 200.

Cole, Phyllis. “‘Conversation That Makes The Soul’: Writing The Biography Of Mary Moody Emerson”. Lives Out Of Letters: Essays On American Literary Biography And Documentation, In Honor Of Robert N. Hudspeth. Robert D Habich. Fairleigh Dickinson, 2004. 205-24. Print. Lives Out Of Letters: Essays On American Literary Biography And Documentation, In Honor Of Robert N. Hudspeth.

Corona, Mario. “The [American] Time Of Ecstasy: Emerson, Ginsberg, Kerouac”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 195-208. Print. Emerson At 200.

De Biasio, Anna. “If Emerson’S Nature Becomes A ‘Dolce Madre’: A Nineteenth-Century Italian (Mis)Translation”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 105-12. Print. Emerson At 200.

Derail-Imbert, Agnès. “‘Circles’, Ou Circonscriptions”. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes (2004): 65-91. Print. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes.

DeVoll, Mathhew W. “Emerson And Dreams: Toward A Natural History Of Intellect”. ATQ 18 (2004): 69-87. Print. Atq .

Di Loreto, Sonia. “‘I Turned It All Into English’: R. W. Emerson As Translator Of Dante’S La Vita Nuova”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 79-93. Print. Emerson At 200.

Dunphy, Mark. “New England Transcendental Gumbo: Edna Pontellier’S Awakening To Emersonian Self-Reliance In The Awakening”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 153-60. Print. Emerson At 200.

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Faraone, Mario. “‘The Light From Asia’: Oriental Cultural And Religious Influence In Ralph Waldo Emerson And Transcendentalist Thought”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 297-312. Print. Emerson At 200.

Fromm, Harold. “Overcoming The Oversoul: Emerson’S Evolutionary Existentialism”. HudR 57 (2004): 71-95. Print. Hudr .

Gatta, John. Making Nature Sacred: Literature, Religion, And Environment In America From The Puritans To The Present. Oxford University Press, 2004. Print.

Gilmore, Paul. “Mechanical Means: Emersonian Aesthetic Transcendence And Antebellum Technology”. MLQ 65 (2004): 245-68. Print. Mlq.

Giordano, Paolo. “Man’S Self-Reliance, Woman’S Self-Denial: Alcott And Emerson’S Contradictions”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 145-52. Print. Emerson At 200.

Girel, Mathias. “Les Angles De L’Acte. Usages D’Emerson Dans La Philosophie De William James”. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes (2004): 207-45. Print. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes.

Gonnaud, Maurice. “Les Deux Visages De L’Automne Émersonien”. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes (2004): 13-24. Print. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes.

Goto, Shoji. “Emerson, Necessity, And Contingency”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 337-52. Print. Emerson At 200.

Grusin, Richard. “The True Doctrine Respecting Forms: Emerson And The Proliferation Of Mediation”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 63-70. Print. Emerson At 200.

Hallengren, Anders. “A Hermeneutic Key To The Title Leaves Of Grass”. In Search Of The Absolute—Essays On Swedenborg And Literature. Stephen McNeilly. Swedenborg Society, 2004. 45-59. Print. In Search Of The Absolute—Essays On Swedenborg And Literature.

Hankins, Barry. The Second Great Awakening And The Transcendentalists. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 2004. Print.

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Jaworski, Philippe, and François Brunet. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes: Rhétorique Et Philosophie. Université Paris 7, Cahiers Charles V, 2004. Print.

Larson, Kerry. “Emerson’S Strange Equality”. NCF 59 (2004): 315-39. Print. Ncf .

Laugier, Sandra. “Emerson, Le Scepticisme, L’éducation Et La Politique”. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes (2004): 171-203. Print. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes.

Leland, John. Hip: The History. HarperCollins, 2004. Print.

Leroux, Jean-François. The Renaissance Of Impasse: From The Age Of Carlyle, Emerson, And Melville To The Quiet Revolution In Quebec. Peter Lang Publishing Inc, 2004. Print.

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Loreto, Paolo. “The Poetry Of Pragmatic Imagination: The Circuitous Influence Of Ralph Waldo Emerson On Derek Walcott”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 171-84. Print. Emerson At 200.

Lysaker, John. “Taking Emerson Personally”. GaR 63 (2004): 842-50. Print. Gar .

Magee, Michael. Emancipating Pragmatism: Emerson, Jazz, And Experimental Writing. University Alabama Press, 2004. Print.

Maibor, Carolyn. Labor Pains: Emerson, Hawthorne, And Alcott On Work And The Woman Question. Routledge , 2004. Print.

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Mariani, Giorgio. “Emerson 2003: An International Celebration Of The Emerson Bicentennial”. Emerson at 200 (2004): xiii-xix. Print. Emerson At 200.

Mariani, Giorgio. Emerson At 200: Proceedings Of The International Bicentennial Conference. Aracne, 2004. Print.

Mariani, Giorgio. “Read With Mussolini: The Italian Reception Of Emerson Under Fascism”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 123-31. Print. Emerson At 200.

Maynard, Barksdale W. Walden Pond: A History. Oxford University Press, 2004. Print.

McClatchy, JD. American Writers At Home. Library of America, 2004. Print.

McDonald, Matthew. “Silent Narration? Elements Of Narrative In Ives’S The Unanswered Question”. NCMus 27 (2004): 263-86. Print. Ncmus.

McFarland, Philip. Hawthorne In Concord. Grove Press, 2004. Print.

Hallengren, Anders. “Swedenborgian Simile In Emersonian Edification: A Bicentenary Essay 1803-2003”. In Search Of The Absolute—Essays On Swedenborg And Literature. Stephen McNeilly. Swedenborg Society, 2004. 15-22. Print. In Search Of The Absolute—Essays On Swedenborg And Literature.

Myerson, Joel. “‘Not Instruction, But Provocation’: Emerson As Teacher”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 23-38. Print. Emerson At 200.

Myerson, Joel, and Ronald A Bosco. “‘In The Palm Of Nature’S Hand’: Ralph Waldo Emerson’S Address At The Consecration Of Sleepy Hollow Cemetery”. Markers 21 (2004): 148-73. Print. Markers .

Nardi, Paolo. “Nature As Scenery And Symbol: Marianne Moore’S ‘An Octopus’ And Ralph Waldo Emerson’S Nature”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 185-93. Print. Emerson At 200.

Niemeyer, Mark. “The Rhetoric Of Nationalism In Emerson’S ‘The American Scholar’”. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes (2004): 145-69. Print. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes.

Nobles, Gregory H. “‘One Of His Ideas Was That Everyone Should Think For Themselves’: Emerson, The Thoreaus, And The Transcendentalist Education Of Edmund Q. Sewall”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 239-50. Print. Emerson At 200.

Nocera, Gigliola. “Journeys Of The Body And Pathways Of The Mind: R. W. Emerson’S Europe”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 95-104. Print. Emerson At 200.

Packer, Barbara. “Transcendentalism”. Cambridge History Of American Literature. Sacvan Bercovitc. Cambridge University Press, 2004. 87-136. Print. Cambridge History Of American Literature.

Partridge, Jeffrey EL. “The Politics Of Ethnic Eating: Li-Young Lee, Emerson, And Whitman At The Banquet Table”. SLitI 37 (2004): 103-26. Print. Sliti .

Patterson, Anita. “Emerson, Transnationalism, And The Enigma Of Friendship”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 39-52. Print. Emerson At 200.

Penney, Sherry H, and James D Livingston. A Very Dangerous Woman: Martha Wright And Women’S Rights. Univ of Massachusetts Press, 2004. Print.

Poirier, Richard. “Emerson: Abolishing Individualism”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 3-21. Print. Emerson At 200.

Porte, Joel. Consciousness And Culture: Emerson And Thoreau Reviewed. Yale University Press, 2004. Print.

Portelli, Alessandro. “Unfinished Creations: Between Emerson And Leslie Marmon Silko”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 287-94. Print. Emerson At 200.

Proietti, Salvatore. “Emerson And The Minimal Bodies Of American Postmodernism”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 209-18. Print. Emerson At 200.

Quayum, MA. Saul Bellow And American Transcendentalism. Peter Lang Publishing Inc, 2004. Print.

von Rautenfeld, Hans. “Charitable Interpretations: Emerson, Rawls, And Cavell On The Use Of Public Reason”. PolT 32 (2004): 61-84. Print. Polt .

Ricciardi, Caterina. “Ralph Waldo Emerson And Elio Vittorini”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 113-210. Print. Emerson At 200.

Richardson, Robert D. “The Perils Of Writing Biography”. Lives Out Of Letters: Essays On American Literary Biography And Documentation, In Honor Of Robert N. Hudspeth. Robert D Habich. Fairleigh Dickinson, 2004. 253-60. Print. Lives Out Of Letters: Essays On American Literary Biography And Documentation, In Honor Of Robert N. Hudspeth.

Robinson, David M. The Political Emerson: Essential Essays On Politics And Social Reform. Beacon Press, 2004. Print.

Robinson, David M. Natural Life: Thoreau’s Worldly Transcendentalism. Cornell University Press, 2004. Print.

Robinson, David M. “Thoreau And Idealism: ‘Face To Face To A Fact’”. NCProse 31.ii (2004): 30-50. Print. Ncprose .

Rubeo, Ugo. “Quacks And Jingle-Men: Emerson, Poe, And Modernity”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 135-44. Print. Emerson At 200.

Sattelmeyer, Robert. “Walden: Climbing The Canon”. NCProse 31.ii (2004): 12-29. Print. Ncprose .

Scannavini, Anna. “A Chronology Of Italian Translations Of Emerson”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 353-58. Print. Emerson At 200.

Schulz, Dieter. “Concord Und Der Amerikanische Transzendentalismus In Ives’ Ästhetik”. Muzik-Konzepte 123 (2004): 109-21. Print. Muzik-Konzepte .

Schulz, Dieter. “Ralph Waldo Emerson: From Viri Illustres To Representative Men”. Scripturus Vitam: Lateinische Biographie Von Der Antike Bis In Die Gegenwart. Dorothea Walz. Heidelberg: Mattes, 2004. 1185-94. Print. Scripturus Vitam: Lateinische Biographie Von Der Antike Bis In Die Gegenwart.

Schulz, Dieter. “‘Walking’ And The Method Of Nature: Thoreau, Emerson, Gadamer”. Wissenschaft Und Ethik In Der Gesellschaft Von Heute. Heimo Hofmeister et al. Philosophische Gesellschaft, 2004. 158-86. Print. Wissenschaft Und Ethik In Der Gesellschaft Von Heute.

Scorza, Jason A. “Liberal Citizenship And Civic Friendship”. PolT 32 (2004): 85-108. Print. Polt .

Sioli, Marco. “From Sicily To The Alps: Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Trip To Italy”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 71-77. Print. Emerson At 200.

Specq, François. “Emerson’S Rhetoric Of Empowerment In ‘Address To The Citizens Of Concord On The Fugitive Slave Law’ (1851)”. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes (2004): 115-29. Print. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes.

Specq, François. “L’Ethique Littéraire D’Emerson”. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes (2004): 45-64. Print. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes.

Tattoni, Igina. “From Word To Voice: Language In The Light Of ‘The Lord’S Supper’”. Emerson at 200 (2004): 313-23. Print. Emerson At 200.

Taylor, Andrew. “‘Mixture Is A Secret Of The English Island’: Transatlantic Emerson And The Location Of The Intellectual”. AtlanticSt 1 (2004): 158-77. Print. Atlanticst .

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Tuchinsky, Adam-Max. “‘Her Cause Against Herself’: Margaret Fuller, Emersonian Democracy, And The Nineteenth-Century Public Intellectual”. ANCH 5 (2004): 66-99. Print. Anch .

Urbas, Joseph. “‘The Other,’ And ‘The Otherest’: The Hidden Figure In Emerson’S ‘Montaigne; Or, The Skeptic’”. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes (2004): 247-86. Print. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes.

Valenti, Patricia Dunlavy. Sophia Peabody Hawthorne: A Life, Volume 1, 1809-1847. University of Missouri Press, 2004. Print.

Van Cromphout, Gustaaf. “Emerson On The Realization Of Freedom”. MidWStudPhilos 28 (2004): 69-84. Print. Midwstudphilos .

2003

A., Bosco Ronald. “‘Good Society Is Such An Optical Illusion’: Ralph Waldo Emerson And His Correspondents”. Manuscripts 55 (2003): 117-34. Print. Manuscripts .

Albrecht, James M. “What’S The Use Of Reading Emerson Pragmatically? The Example Of William James”. NCP 30 (2003): 388-432. Print. Ncp .

Andrews, Barry M. Emerson As Spiritual Guide: A Companion To Emerson’S Essays For Personal Reflection And Group Discussion. Skinner House, 2003. Print.

Augst, Thomas. The Clerk’S Tale: Young Men And Moral Life In Nineteenth-Century America. Univerity of Chicago Press, 2003. Print.

Belasco, Susan. “The Animating Influences Of Discord’: Margaret Fuller In 1844”. Legacy 20 (2003): 76-93. Print. Legacy .

Bellot, Marc. “Emerson Et L’Amerique Moderne: L’Idealisme À L’Épreuve Du Matérialisme”. L’Œuvre In Prose De Ralph Waldo Emerson. François Brunet & Wicke, Anne. Paris: Armand Colín, 2003. 79-94. Print. L’Œuvre In Prose De Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Birnbaum, Milton. “The Kaleidoscopic Emerson”. ModA 45 (2003): 27-36. Print. Moda .

Bosco, Ronald A. Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Bicentennial Exhibition At Houghton Library Of The Harvard College Library. Cambridge: Houghton Library, 2003. Print.

Bosco, Ronald A, and Joel Myerson. Emerson In His Own Time. University of Iowa Press, 2003. Print.

Bosco, Ronald A, and Joel Myerson. “Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Bicentennial Exhibition At Houghton Library”. Harvard Library Bulletin, n.s. 13, no. 3-4 (2003): 1-102. Print. Harvard Library Bulletin, N.s. 13, No. 3-4.

Brodhead, Richard H. “Prophets In America Ca. 1830: Emerson, Nat Turner, Joseph Smith”. JMormonHist 29 (2003): 42-65. Print. Jmormonhist .

Brunet, François, and Anne Wicke. L’Œuvre In Prose De Ralph Waldo Emerson. Paris: Armand Colín, 2003. Print.

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Brøgger, Fredrik Chr. “The Conception Of Nature In The American Romantic Age Is Anthropomorphic? Anthropocentric? Other? Excursions Into Emerson, Thoreau, And Melville”. Nature’S Nation Revisited: American Concepts Of Nature From Wonder To Ecological Crisis. Hans Bak & Hölbling, Walter W. Amsterdam: Vu Univ. Press, 2003. 94-113. Print. Nature’S Nation Revisited: American Concepts Of Nature From Wonder To Ecological Crisis.

Buell, Lawrence. “Emerson’s Significance For The Twenty-First Century”. JUUH 23 (2003): 41-48. Print. Juuh .

Buell, Lawrence. Emerson. Harvard University Press, 2003. Print.

Carlet, Yves. “La ‘Religion Transcendentale’: Continuities Et Ruptures”. L’Œuvre In Prose De Ralph Waldo Emerson. François Brunet & Wicke, Anne. Paris: Armand Colín, 2003. 1-18. Print. L’Œuvre In Prose De Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Cavell, Stanley. Emerson’s Transcendental Etudes. David Justin Hodge. Stanford University Press, 2003. Print.

Cheyfitz, Eric. “A Common Emerson: Ralph Waldo Emerson In An Ethnohistorical Context”. NCP 30 (2003): 250-81. Print. Ncp .

Cole, Phyllis. “The Literary Landscape Of A Woman’S Rights Periodical: The Una, 1853-1855”. ESQ 49, nos. (2003): 81-94. Print. Esq 49, Nos.

Doctorow, EL. Reporting The Universe. Harvard University Press, 2003. Print.

Downard, Jeffrey. “Emerson’S Experimental Ethics And Kant’S Analysis Of Beauty”. Trans. Peirce Soc. 39 (2003): 87-112. Print. Trans. Peirce Soc. .

Duplay, Mathieu. “Emerson, L’Art, Le Poète”. L’Œuvre In Prose De Ralph Waldo Emerson. François Brunet & Wicke, Anne. Paris: Armand Colín, 2003. 115-29. Print. L’Œuvre In Prose De Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Emphatically Emerson: Gems From The Journals Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Candlepower, 2003. Print.

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Emerson, Ralph Waldo. A Year With Emerson. David R. Godine, 2003. Print.

Fichtelberg, Joseph. Critical Fictions: Sentiment And The American Market 1780-1870. University of Georgia Press, 2003. Print.

Fountain, Anne. José Martí And U.s. Writers. University Press of Florida, 2003. Print.

Fresonke, Kris. West Of Emerson: The Design Of Manifest Destiny. University of California Press, 2003. Print.

Gaul, Christopher. “Mourning, Manhood, And Epistemology In Emerson’S Nature”. ArizQ 50.iii (2003): 1-29. Print. Arizq .

Giles, Paul. “Transnationalism And Classic American Literature”. PMLA 118 (2003): 62-77. Print. Pmla .

Gougeon, Len. “Looking Backwards: Emerson In 1903”. NCP 30 (2003): 50-73. Print. Ncp .

Gougeon, Len. “Emerson At 100”. ESP 14.1 (2003): 1,6-7. Print. Esp.

Greenham, David. “Locating An American Romanticism: Emerson, Cavell, ‘Experience,’”. CompAmSt 1 (2003): 97-110. Print. Compamst.

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Whitley, Edward. “Presenting Walt Whitman: ‘Leaves-Droppings’ As Paratext”. WWQR 19 (2001): 1-17. Print. Wwqr .

Wilson, Eric. “Coleridge, Emerson, And Electromagnetic Hermeticism”. WC 32 (2001): 134-38. Print. Wc .

Wittenberg, David. Philosophy, Revision, Critique: Rereading Practices In Heidegger, Nietzsche, And Emerson. Stanford University Press, 2001. Print.

Worley, Sharon. “Mapping The Metaphysical Landscape Off Cape Ann: The Reception Of Ralph Waldo Emerson’S Transcendentalism Among The Gloucester Audience Of Reverend Amory Dwight Mayo And Fitz Hugh Lane”. HistJMass 29 (2001): 137-69. Print. Histjmass .

Worley, Sam McGuire. Emerson, Thoreau, And The Role Of Cultural Critique. State University of New York Press, 2001. Print.

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2000

Banta, Melissa. A Curious & Ingenious Art: Reflections On Daguerreotypes At Harvard. University of Iowa Press, 2000. Print.

Belasco, Susan. “Harriet Martineau’S Black Hero And The American Antislavery Movement”. NCL 55 (2000): 157-94. Print. Ncl.

Bosco, Ronald A. “We Find What We Seek: Emerson And His Biographers”. Historical Guide to Ralph Waldo Emerson (2000): 269-90. Print. Historical Guide To Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Bosco, Ronald A. “Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1803-1882: A Brief Biography”. Historical Guide to Ralph Waldo Emerson (2000): 9-58. Print. Historical Guide To Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Castronovo, Russ. “Sexual Purity, White Men, And Slavery: Emerson And The Self-Reliant Body”. Prospects 25 (2000): 193-227. Print. Prospects .

Cayton, Mary Kupiec. “Toward A Democratic Politics Of Meaning-Making: The Transcendentalist Controversy And The Rise Of Pluralist Discourse In Jacksonian Boston”. Prospects 25 (2000): 35-68. Print. Prospects .

Christiansen, Rupert. The Victorian Visitors: Culture Shock In Nineteenth-Century Britain. Atlantic Monthly, 2000. Print.

Cody, Michael. “‘The Whole Of What I Want’: Margaret Fuller On Milton And Marriage”. ELN 38 (2000): 48-61. Print. Eln .

Cole, Phyllis C. “Stanton, Fuller, And The Grammar Of Romanticism”. NEQ 73 (2000): 533-59. Print. Neq .

Coleman, Martin A. “Emerson’S ‘Philosophy Of The Street’”. Trans C. S. Peirce Soc 36 (2000): 271-83. Print. Trans C. S. Peirce Soc .

Collison, Gary. “Emerson And Antislavery”. Historical Guide to Ralph Waldo Emerson (2000): 179-209. Print. Historical Guide To Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Damon-Bach, Lucinda L. “To Be A ‘Parlor Soldier’: Susan Warner’S Answer To Emerson’S ‘Self-Reliance.’”. Separate Spheres No More: Gender Convergence In American Literature, 1830-1930. Monika M Elbert. University Alabama Press, 2000. 29-49. Print. Separate Spheres No More: Gender Convergence In American Literature, 1830-1930.

Duffy, John-Charles. “‘A Religion By Revelation’: Emerson As Radical Restorationist”. ATQ 14 (2000): 227-50. Print. Atq .

Friedl, Herwig. “Thinking America: Emerson And Dewey”. Negotiations Of America’S National Identity. Roland Hagenbüchle & Raab, Josef. Vol. 2. Stauffenberg, 2000. 131-57. Print. Negotiations Of America’S National Identity.

Fuller, Randall. “Emerson In The Gilded Age”. ESQ 45 (2000): 97-129. Print. Esq .

Gardner, Joseph H. “Emerson, Coleridge, And A Phantom Quotation”. ANQ 13.ii (2000): 32-35. Print. Anq .

Gilbert, Armida. “Emerson In The Context Of The Woman’S Rights Movement”. Historical Guide to Ralph Waldo Emerson (2000): 211-49. Print. Historical Guide To Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Gravil, Richard. Romantic Dialogues: Anglo-American Continuities, 1776-1862. St. Martin’s, 2000. Print.

Habich, Robert D. “Channing Remembers Emerson: Visits To Concord, 1870 And 1877”. NEQ 73 (2000): 495-506. Print. Neq .

Hansen, Olaf. “Foundational Epistemology: Allegorical Interpretation And Providential Design”. Negotiations Of America’S National Identity. Roland Hagenbüchle & Raab, Josef. Vol. 1. 2 Vol. Stauffenberg, 2000. 68-94. Print. Negotiations Of America’S National Identity.

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. The Complete Civil War Journal And Selected Letters Of Thomas Wentworth Higginson. Christopher Looby. Univerity of Chicago Press, 2000. Print.

Kete, Mary Louise. Sentimental Collaborations: Mourning And Middle-Class Identity In Nineteenth-Century America. Duke, 2000. Print.

Kete, Mary Louise. Sentimental Collaborations: Mourning And Middle-Class Identity In Nineteenth-Century America. Duke University Press Books, 2000. Print.

Kete, Mary Louise. “Gender Valences Of Transcendentalism: The Pursuit Of Idealism In Elizabeth Oakes-Smith’S ‘The Sinless Child’”. Separate Spheres No More: Gender Convergence In American Literature, 1830-1930. Monika M Elbert. University Alabama Press, 2000. 245-60. Print. Separate Spheres No More: Gender Convergence In American Literature, 1830-1930.

Lamberth, David C. “Putting ‘Experience’ To The Test In Theological Reflection”. HTR 93 (2000): 67-77. Print. Htr .

Legler, Gretchen. “‘I Am A Transparent Eyeball’: The Politics Of Vision In American Nature Writing”. Reading Under The Sign Of Nature: New Essays In Ecocriticism. John Tallmadge & Harrington, Henry. University of Utah Press, 2000. 243-50. Print. Reading Under The Sign Of Nature: New Essays In Ecocriticism.

Maleuvre, Didier. “Emerson On Patience”. Prism(s) 8 (2000): 49-66. Print. Prism(S).

McKusick, James C. Green Writing: Romanticism And Ecology. St. Martin’s, 2000. Print.

McKusick, James C. James C. Green Writing: Romanticism And Ecology. St. Martin’s, 2000. Print.

McMillan, TS. “‘The Best Read Naturalist’? Burroughs, Emerson, And The Text Of Nature”. Sharp Eyes: John Burroughs And American Nature Writing. Charlotte Zoë Walker. Syracuse University Press, 2000. 51-76. Print. Sharp Eyes: John Burroughs And American Nature Writing.

McMillin, TS. Our Preposterous Use Of Literature: Emerson And The Nature Of Reading. University of Illinois Press, 2000. Print.

McMurray, Price. “‘I Would Write On The Lintels Of The Door-Post, Whim’: History And Idealism In ‘A Virtuoso’S Collection’”. CCTE 67 (2000): 32-42. Print. Ccte .

Mitchell, Gillian AM. “‘A Path To Life’ Or ‘A Way Of Life’: The Contrasting Approaches Of Emerson And Thoreau To The Natural World”. Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 6.ii (2000): 27-33. Print. Hungarian Journal Of English And American Studies .

Mott, Wesley T. The American Renaissance In New England: Third Series. Vol. 235. Gale Group, 2000. Print. Dictionary Of Literary Biography.

Mott, Wesley T. “‘The Age Of The First Person Singular’: Emerson And Individualism”. Historical Guide to Ralph Waldo Emerson (2000): 61-100. Print. Historical Guide To Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Mott, Wesley T. The American Renaissance In New England: Second Series. Vol. 223. Gale Group, 2000. Print. Dictionary Of Literary Biography.

Myerson, Joel. “Emerson’S “Success”—Actually, It Is Not”. ESP 11.i (2000): 1, 8. Print. Esp .

Myerson, Joel. Transcendentalism: A Reader. Oxford University Press, 2000. Print.

Myerson, Joel. A Historical Guide To Ralph Waldo Emerson. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. Print.

Myerson, Joel. Historical Guide To Ralph Waldo Emerson. Oxford, 2000. Print.

Orth, Ralph H. “Emerson’S Visit To The Tomb Of His First Wife”. ESP 11 (2000): 3, 8. Print. Esp .

Robinson, David M. “Emerson, Thoreau, Fuller And Transcendentalism”. ALS (2000): 3-27. Print. Als.

Robinson, David M. “Emerson And Religion”. Historical Guide to Ralph Waldo Emerson (2000): 151-77. Print. Historical Guide To Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Rossi, William. “Emerson, Nature, And Natural Science”. Historical Guide to Ralph Waldo Emerson (2000): 101-50. Print. Historical Guide To Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Schulz, Dieter. “Emerson’S Thrifty Soul And The Business Of America”. Negotiations Of America’S National Identity. Roland Hagenbüchle & Raab, Josef. Vol. 1. 2 Vol. Stauffenberg, 2000. 420-30. Print. Negotiations Of America’S National Identity.

Sloan, Gary. “Emerson’S Cosmic Sophistries”. RE:AL, The Journal of Liberal Arts 25 (2000): 60-70. Print. Re:al, The Journal Of Liberal Arts .

Tanner, Tony. The American Mystery: American Literature From Emerson To Delillo. Cambridge University Press, 2000. Print.

Thoreau, Henry David. Journal, Volume 6: 1853 . William Rossi & Thomas, Heather Kirk. Princeton Univerisity Press, 2000. Print.

Thoreau, Henry David, William Rossi, and Heather Kirk Thomas. Journal 1853. Vol. 6. Princeton, 2000. Print.

Uechi, Naomi. “Emersonian Transcendentalism In Frank Lloyd Wright’S Unity Temple”. ISLE 7 (2000): 95-113. Print. Isle.

Von Frank, Albert J. “Ralph Waldo Emerson”. The American Renaissance In New England: Second Series. Wesley T Mott. Gale Group, 2000. 103-44. Print. The American Renaissance In New England: Second Series.

West, Michael. Transcendental Wordplay: America’S Romantic Punsters And The Search For The Language Of Nature. Ohio University Press, 2000. Print.

Wider, Sarah Ann. The Critical Reception Of Emerson: Unsettling All Things. Camden House, 2000. Print.

Wilson, Eric. “Emerson’S Nature, Paralogy, And The Physics Of The Sublime”. Mosaic 33 (2000): 39-58. Print. Mosaic .

Wilson, Eric. Romantic Turbulence: Chaos, Ecology, And American Space. St. Martin’s, 2000. Print.

Wilson, Eric. “Emerson’S Fiery Tent”. SHR 34 (2000): 305-27. Print. Shr .

Winters, Yvor. The Selected Letters Of Yvor Winters. Barth. RL Swallow/Ohio. University of Ohio Press & Swallow Press, 2000. Print.

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1999

Adisasmito-Smith, Steven. “The Self In Translation: British Orientalists, American Transcendentalists, And Sanskrit Scriptures In English”. YCGL 47 (1999): 167-77. Print. Ycgl .

Albrecht, James M. “Saying Yes And Saying No: Individualist Ethics In Ellison, Burke, And Emerson”. PMLA 114 (1999): 46-63. Print. Pmla .

Anderson, Janet M. “Ellen Emerson And The Tubercular Muse”. Lit & Medicine 18 (1999): 39-59. Print. Lit & Medicine .

Augst, Thomas. “Composing The Moral Senses: Emerson And The Politics Of Character In Nineteenth-Century America”. Political Theory 27 (1999): 85-120. Print. Political Theory .

Benesch, Klaus. “From Franklin To Emerson: Contestations Of Professional Authorship In Early National America”. The Construction And Contestation Of American Cultures In The Early National Period. Udo J Hebel. Carl Winter, 1999. 77-96. Print. The Construction And Contestation Of American Cultures In The Early National Period.

Brennan, Denis P. “The Wrongheaded And The Transparent Eye-Ball: Garrison, Emerson, And Antebellum Reform”. Hist Jour of Mass 27 (1999): 28-45. Print. Hist Jour Of Mass .

Broaddus, Dorothy C. Genteel Rhetoric: Writing High Culture In Nineteenth-Century Boston. University of South Carolina, 1999. Print.

Broyles, Michael, and Denise Von Glahn. “Later Manifestations Of Concord: Charles Ives And The Transcendentalist Tradition”. Transient and Permanent (1999): 574-602. Print. Transient And Permanent.

Buell, Lawrence. “Transcendentalist Literary Legacies”. Transient and Permanent (1999): 605-19. Print. Transient And Permanent.

Bush, Harold K. American Declarations: Rebellion And Repentance In American Cultural History. University of Illinois Press, 1999. Print.

Capper, Charles, and Conrad Edick Wright. Transient And Permanent: The Transcendentalist Movement And Its Contexts. Massachusetts Historical Society/Northeastern, 1999. Print.

Capper, Charles. “‘A Little Beyond’: The Problem Of The Transcendentalist Movement In American History”. Transient and Permanent (1999): 3-45. Print. Transient And Permanent.

Capper, Charles. Transient And Permanent: The Transcendentalist Movement And Its Contexts. Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society, 1999. Print.

Capps, Donald. “Individualism And Naturalism: The Works And Influence Of Ralph Waldo Emerson Re-Examined”. Religious Studies Rev 25 (1999): 341-48. Print. Religious Studies Rev .

Cole, Phyllis. “Woman Questions: Emerson, Fuller, And New England Reform”. Transient and Permanent (1999): 408-46. Print. Transient And Permanent.

Cole, Phyllis. “Ralph Waldo Emerson In His Family”. Cambridge Companion To Emerson. Cambridge University Press, 1999. 30-48. Print. Cambridge Companion To Emerson.

Crowley, John W. The Dean Of American Letters: The Late Career Of William Dean Howells. University of Massachusetts Press, 1999. Print.

Dedmond, Francis B. “‘Pretty Free Omissions’: Emerson Edits A Thoreau Manuscript For The Dial”. TSB 227 (1999): 8-9. Print. Tsb.

Delano, Sterling F. “George P. Bradford’S Letters To Emerson From Brook Farm”. RALS 25 (1999): 26-45. Print. Rals .

Diggins, John Patrick. “Transcendentalism And The Spirit Of Capitalism”. Transient and Permanent (1999): 229-50. Print. Transient And Permanent.

Earhart, Amy E. “Representative Men, Slave Revolt, And Emerson’S ‘Conversion’ To Abolitionism”. ATQ 13 (1999): 287-303. Print. Atq .

Ellison, Julie. “Tears For Emerson: Essays, Second Series”. Cambridge Companion to Emerson (1999): 140-61. Print. Cambridge Companion To Emerson.

Fink, Steven, and Susan S Williams. Reciprocal Influences: Literary Production, Distribution, And Consumption In America. Ohio State University Press, 1999. Print.

Fisher, Philip. Still The New World: American Literature In A Culture Of Creative Destruction. Harvard University Press, 1999. Print.

Geldard, Richard G. God In Concord: Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Awakening To The Infinite. Burdett, N.Y.: Larson, 1999. Print.

Gougeon, Len. “‘Fortune Of The Republic’: Emerson, Lincoln, And Transcendental Warfare”. ESQ 45 (1999): 259-324. Print. Esq 45.

Gross, Robert. “The Celestial Village: Transcendentalism And Tourism In Concord”. Transient and Permanent (1999): 252-81. Print. Transient And Permanent.

Grossman, Jay. “Rereading Emerson/whitman”. Reciprocal Influences (1999): 75-97. Print. Reciprocal Influences.

Guinn, Matthew. “Emerson’S Southern Critics, 1838-1862”. RALS 25 (1999): 174-91. Print. Rals 25.

Hardack, Richard. “The Pan-American Zone: Emerson, Melville, And The Transcendental Colonization Of The Pacific”. Passages 1 (1999): 53-83. Print. Passages 1.

Harrison, Brady. “The Young Americans: Emerson, Walker, And The Early Literature Of American Empire”. Amer Stud 40 (1999): 75-97. Print. Amer Stud 40.

Hodder, Alan D. “Concord Orientalism, Thoreauvian Autobiography, And The Artist Of Kouroo”. Transient and Permanent (1999): 190-226. Print. Transient And Permanent.

Holmes, Steven J. The Young John Muir: An Environmental Biography. University of Wisconsin Press, 1999. Print.

Huber, Parker J. “John Muir And Emerson’S Poems”. ESP 10 i (1999): 1, 3. Print. Esp 10.

Hurth, Elisabeth. “From Idealism To Atheism: Theodore Parker And Ludwig Feuerbach”. JUUH 26 (1999): 18-46. Print. Juuh 26.

Kerouac, Jack. Atop An Underwood. Paul Marion. Viking, 1999. Print.

Kevorkian, Martin. “A Pulpit Of Envy: Girardian Elements In Emerson’S Last ‘Supper’”. Renascence 52 (1999): 89-104. Print. Renascence 52.

Kronick, Joseph G. “Emerson And The Divisions Of Criticism”. Review 21 (1999): 59-98. Print. Review 21.

Latham, JEM. Search For A New Eden: James Pierrepont Greaves (1777-1842): The Sacred Socialist And His Followers. Fairleigh Dickinson, 1999. Print.

Levin, Jonathan. The Poetics Of Transition: Emerson, Pragmatism, And American Literary Modernism. Durham: Duke University Press, 1999. Print.

Litton, Alfred G. “‘The Virtue Of The Senses’: Emerson’S ‘Prudence’ And The South”. Lamar Jour of the Humanities 24 (1999): 5-15. Print. Lamar Jour Of The Humanities 24.

Lopez, Michael. “The Conduct Of Life: Emerson’S Anatomy Of Power”. Cambridge Companion to Emerson (1999): 243-66. Print. Cambridge Companion To Emerson.

Loving, Jerome. Walt Whitman: The Song Of Himself. University of California Press, 1999. Print.

McWilliams, John. “‘Have You A Thought In Your Heart?’: Emerson’S Challenge To The Middlebury Scholar”. Emerson at Middlebury (1999): 14-25. Print. Emerson At Middlebury.

Milder, Robert. “The Radical Emerson?”. Cambridge Companion to Emerson (1999): 49-75. Print. Cambridge Companion To Emerson.

Morris, Saundra. “‘Metre-Making’ Arguments: Emerson’S Poems”. Cambridge Companion To Emerson. 1999. 218-42. Print. Cambridge Companion To Emerson.

Newman, Lance. “Wordsworth In America And The Nature Of Democracy”. NEQ 72 (1999): 517-38. Print. Neq 72.

Ostrander, Gilbert M. Republic Of Letters: The American Intellectual Community, 1776-1865. Madison House, 1999. Print.

Packer, Barbara. “Emerson And The Terrible Tabulations Of The French”. Transient And Permanent. 1999. 148-67. Print. Transient And Permanent.

Poirier, Richard. Trying It Out In America: Literary And Other Performances. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1999. Print.

Porte, Joel. “Introduction: Representing America—The Emerson Legacy”. Cambridge Companion to Emerson (1999): 3-12. Print. Cambridge Companion To Emerson.

Porte, Joel, and Saundra Morris. The Cambridge Companion To Ralph Waldo Emerson. Cambridge University Press, 1999. Print.

Porte, Joel, and Saundra Morris. The Cambridge Companion To Ralph Waldo Emerson. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999. Print.

Posterro, Barry. “Emerson, Relatively Speaking”. ESP 10 i (1999): 4-5. Print. Esp 10.

Reynolds, David S. “‘A Chaos-Deep Soil’: Emerson, Thoreau, And Popular Literature”. Transient and Permanent (1999): 282-309. Print. Transient And Permanent.

Richardson, Robert D., Jr. “Emerson And Nature”. Cambridge Companion to Emerson (1999): 97-105. Print. Cambridge Companion To Emerson.

Robinson, David M. “Emerson, Thoreau, Fuller And Transcendentalism”. ALS 1997 (1999): 3-28. Print. Als 1997.

Robison, Sylvia. “‘Like A Cat Picking Her Footsteps In Wet Weather’”. Emerson at Middlebury (1999): 1-13. Print. Emerson At Middlebury.

Ronda, Bruce A. Elizabeth Palmer Peabody: A Reformer On Her Own Terms. Harvard University Press, 1999. Print.

Rosowski, Susan. Birthing A Nation: Gender, Creativity, And The West In American Literature. University of Nebraska Press, 1999. Print.

Sánchez-Eppler, Karen, Mary Chapman, and Glenn Hendler. “Then When We Clutch Hardest: On The Death Of A Child And The Replication Of An Image”. Sentimental Men: Masculinity And The Politics Of Affect In American Culture. California, 1999. 64-85. Print. Sentimental Men: Masculinity And The Politics Of Affect In American Culture.

Schermeister, Pamela. Less Legible Meanings: Between Poetry And Philosophy In The Work Of Emerson. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1999. Print.

Schirmeister, Pamela. Less Legible Meanings: Between Poetry And Philosophy In The Work Of Emerson. Stanford University Press, 1999. Print.

Shusterman, Richard. “Emerson’S Pragmatist Aesthetics”. Revue Int Phil 53 (1999): 87-99. Print. Revue Int Phil 53.

Smith, Harmon. My Friend, My Friend: The Story Of Thoreau’S Relationship With Emerson. University of Massachusetts Press, 1999. Print.

Steele, Jeffrey. “Transcendental Friendship: Emerson, Fuller, And Thoreau”. Cambridge Companion to Emerson (1999): 121-39. Print. Cambridge Companion To Emerson.

Teichgraeber, Richard F., III. “‘Culture’ In Industrializing America”. IHN 21 (1999): 11-23. Print. Ihn 21.

Thurin, Erik Ingvar. The American Discovery Of The Norse: An Episode In Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Bucknell, 1999. Print.

Traub, Lindsey, and Karen L Kilcup. “Woman Thinking: Margaret Fuller, Ralph Waldo Emerson, And The American Scholar”. Soft Canons: American Women Writers And Masculine Tradition. Iowa, 1999. 281-305. Print. Soft Canons: American Women Writers And Masculine Tradition.

Tufariello, Catherine. “‘The Remembering Wine’: Emerson’s Influence On Whitman And Dickinson”. Cambridge Companion to Emerson (1999): 162-91. Print. Cambridge Companion To Emerson.

Turner, James. The Liberal Education Of Charles Eliot Norton. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999. Print.

Van Cromphout, Gustaaf. Emerson’S Ethics. University of Missouri Press, 1999. Print.

Von Frank, Albert J. “Essays: First Series (1841)”. Cambridge Companion to Emerson (1999): 106-20. Print. Cambridge Companion To Emerson.

Wagner, Richard. Die Kunstdes Fortschreitenden Denkens: Ralph Waldo Emersons Ästhetisierung Von Selbstund Gemeinschaft. Carl Winter, 1999. Print.

Warren, James Perrin. Culture Of Eloquence: Oratory And Reform In Antebellum America. Penn State University Press, 1999. Print.

Weisbuch, Robert. “Post-Colonial Emerson And The Erasure Of Europe”. Cambridge Companion to Emerson (1999): 192-217. Print. Cambridge Companion To Emerson.

Wenzler, John. “Transcendental Economics”. IHN 21 (1999): 1-10. Print. Ihn 21.

Wilson, Jackson R. “Emerson As Lecturer: Man Thinking, Man Saying”. Cambridge Companion to Emerson (1999): 76-96. Print. Cambridge Companion To Emerson.

Wilson, Eric. Emerson’S Sublime Science. St. Martin’s Press, 1999. Print.

Zboray, Ronald J, and Mary Saracino Zboray. “Transcendentalism In Print: Production, Dissemination, And Common Reception”. Transient and Permanent (1999): 310-81. Print. Transient And Permanent.

1998

Beran, Michael Knox. The Last Patrician: Bobby Kennedy And The End Of American Aristocracy. St. Martin’s Press, 1998. Print.

Bond, Adrian. “Emerson’S ‘Transparent Eye-Ball’ And James’S ‘Glass Eye’: Practical Transcendence”. Prospects 23 (1998): 39-58. Print. Prospects 23.

Bosco, Ronald A. “The Expanding Textual Circle Of New England Transcendentalism”. Text 11 (1998): 343-64. Print. Text 11.

Brooks, Cleanth, and Robert Penn Warren. Cleanth Brooks And Robert Penn Warren: A Literary Correspondence. Jr. James A. Grimshaw. University of Missouri Press, 1998. Print.

Brown, Thomas J. Dorothea Dix: New England Reformer. Harvard University Press, 1998. Print.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. Transcendentalism Of Emerson’S Homiletic Years (1826-1836). Transcendental Books, 1998. Print.

Cameron, Sharon. “The Way Of Life By Abandonment: Emerson’S Impersonal”. CritI 25 (1998): 1-31. Print. Criti 25.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. Emerson, Glasgow And John Page Hopps: The Unitarian Struggle With Scottish Calvinism. Transcendental Books, 1998. Print.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. Emerson’S Achivement In The Essays Of 1841. Transcendental Books, 1998. Print.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. The Perennial Philosophy Of Emerson And Thoreau In England: William Jesse Jupp. Transcendental Books, 1998. Print.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. Emerson, Nietzsche And Man’S Striving Upward, The “Via Eminentiae” Of Superior People: Backgrounds And A Special Bibliography. Transcendental Books, 1998. Print.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. George P. Bradford, Emerson And The Perennial Philosophy Of Fénelon. Transcendental Books, 1998. Print.

Capper, Charles. “‘A Little Beyond’: The Problem Of The Transcendentalist Movement In American History”. JAH 85 (1998): 502-39. Print. Jah 85.

Chopin, Kate. Kate Chopin’S Private Papers. Emily Toth & Seyersted, Per. Indiana University Press, 1998. Print.

Christensen, Paul. “Building Merlin’s House In America”. SWR 84 (1998): 11-29. Print. Swr 84 .

Cole, Phyllis. Mary Moody Emerson And The Origins Of Transcendentalism: A Family History. Oxford University Press, 1998. Print.

Garvey, Gregory T. “Two Faces Of Emerson: A Review Of Recent Books”. CollL 25 (1998): 261-75. Print. Colll 25.

Goodwin, Joan. The Remarkable Mrs. Ripley: The Life Of Sarah Alden Bradford Ripley. Northeastern University Press, 1998. Print.

Gougeon, Len. “Emerson And The Woman Question: The Evolution Of His Thought”. NEQ 71 (1998): 570-92. Print. Neq 71.

Grabher, Gudrun, Roland Hagenbüchle, and Christanne Miller. The Emily Dickinson Handbook. University of Massachusetts Press, 1998. Print.

Guthrie, James R. Emily Dickinson’S Poetry: Illness And Identity In Her Poetry. University Presses of Florida, 1998. Print.

Haselstein, Ulla. “Seen From A Distance: Moments Of Negativity In The American Sublime (Tocqueville, Brant, Emerson)”. Amst 43 (1998): 405-21. Print. Amst 43.

Hewitt, Martin. “Ralph Waldo Emerson, George Dawson, And The Control Of The Lecture Platform In Mid-Nineteenth Century Manchester”. NCP 25 (1998): 1-23. Print. Ncp 25.

Holmes, Steven J. “John Muir, Jeanne Carr, And Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Case-Study Of The Varieties Of Transcendentalist Influence”. JUUH 25 (1998): 1-25. Print. Juuh 25.

Kane, Paul, and Eric L Haralson. “Ralph Waldo Emerson”. Encyclopedia Of American Poetry: The Nineteenth Century. Fitzroy Dearborn, 1998. 141-150. Print. Encyclopedia Of American Poetry: The Nineteenth Century.

Labriola, Patrick. “Germany And The American Transcendentalists: An Intellectual Bridge”. CS 6 (1998): 99-113. Print. Cs 6.

Litton, Guy. “Gannett’S Address At Emerson’S Ordination”. ESP 9 ii (1998): 1, 8-9. Print. Esp 9.

Loeffelholz, Mary. “‘Question Of Monuments’: Emerson, Dickinson And American Renaissance Portraiture”. MLQ 59 (1998): 445-69. Print. Mlq 59.

Madsen, Deborah L. American Exceptionalism. Mississippi, 1998. Print.

Malachuk, Daniel S. “The Republican Philosophy Of Emerson’S Early Lectures”. NEQ 71 (1998): 404-28. Print. Neq 71.

Mueller-Vollmer, Kurt, Kurt Mueller-Vollmer, and Michael Irmscher. “Translating Transcendentalism In New England: The Genesis Of A Literary Discourse”. Translating Literatures, Translating Cultures: New Vistas And Approaches In Literary Studies. Stanford, 1998. 81-106. Print. Translating Literatures, Translating Cultures: New Vistas And Approaches In Literary Studies.

Myerson, Joel. “Edward Waldo Emerson’S Recollections Of His Father’S Death”. CS 6 (1998): 163-67. Print. Cs 6.

New, Elisa. The Line’S Eye: Poetic Experience, American Sight. Harvard, 1998. Print.

Pace, Joel. “‘Lifted To Genius’? Wordsworth In Emerson’S Nurture And Nature”. Symbiosis 2 (1998): 125-40. Print. Symbiosis 2.

Robinson, David. “Emerson, Thoreau, Fuller, And Transcendentalism”. ALS 1996 (1998): 3-27. Print. Als 1996.

Ruttenburg, Nancy. Democratic Personality: Popular Voice And The Trial Of American Authorship. Stanford, 1998. Print.

Sarver, Stephanie, and Michael P Branch. “Agrarian Environmental Models In Emerson’S ‘Farming’”. Reading The Earth: New Directions In The Study Of Literature And Environment. Idaho, 1998. 155-64. Print. Reading The Earth: New Directions In The Study Of Literature And Environment.

Schueller, Malini Johar. U. S. Orientalisms: Race, Nation, And Gender In Literature, 1790-1890. Michigan, 1998. Print.

Seelye, John. Memory’S Nation: The Place Of Plymouth Rock. North Carolina. 1998. Print.

Selinger, Eric Murphy. What Is It Then Between Us: Traditions Of Love In American Poetry. Cornell, 1998. Print.

Steinman, Lisa M. Masters Of Repetition: Poetry, Culture, And Work In Thomson, Wordsworth, Shelley, And Emerson. St. Martin’S. 1998. Print.

Thomas, Joseph M. “Late Emerson: Selected Poems And The ‘Emerson Factory’”. ELH 65 (1998): 971-94. Print. Elh 65.

Van Anglen, Kevin, and John L Mahoney. “Reading Transcendentalist Texts Religiously: Emerson, Thoreau, And The Myth Of Secularization”. Seeing Into The Life Of Things: Essays On Literature And Religious Experience. Fordham, 1998. 152-70. Print. Seeing Into The Life Of Things: Essays On Literature And Religious Experience.

Von Frank, Albert J. The Trials Of Anthony Burns: Freedom And Slavery In Emerson’S Boston. Harvard, 1998. Print.

Wilkinson, Seabrook CP. “Emerson And The ‘Eminent Painter’”. NEQ 71 (1998): 120-26. Print. Neq 71.

Wilson, Charles W. “Ralph Waldo Emerson At The University Of Virginia, 1876”. Virginia Cavalcade 47 (1998): 86-95. Print. Virginia Cavalcade 47.

1997

Albrecht, James M. “‘The Sun Were Insipid, If The Universe Were Not Opaque’: The Ethics Of Action, Power, And Belief In Emerson, Nietzsche, And James”. ESQ 43 (1997): 113-58. Print. Esq .

Baker, Dorothy Z. “Poetics In The Poem: Critical Essays On American Self-Reflexive Poetry”. The Masks of Proteus: Emerson on the Nature of Poetry and the Poetry of Nature Peter Lang (1997): n. pag. Print. The Masks Of Proteus: Emerson On The Nature Of Poetry And The Poetry Of Nature.

Bauer, Ralph. “Against The European Grain: The Emerson-Nietzsche Connection In Europe, 1920-1990”. ESQ 43 (1997): 69-93. Print. Esq .

Bauerlein, Mark. The Pragmatic Mind: Explorations In The Psychology Of Belief. Duke University Press, 1997. Print.

Bosco, Ronald A. “The ‘Somewhat Spheral And Infinite’ In Every Man: Emerson’S Theory Of Biography”. Emersonian Circles (1997): 67-103. Print. Emersonian Circles.

Bosco, Ronald A. “His Lectures Were Poetry, His Teaching The Music Of The Spheres: Annie Adams Fields And Francis Greenwood Peabody On Emerson’s ‘Natural History Of The Intellect’ University Lectures At Harvard In 1870”. HLB n.s. 8 (1997): 1-79. Print. Hlb.

Branch, Michael P. “‘Angel Guiding Gently’: The Yosemite Meeting Of Ralph Waldo Emerson And John Muir, 1871”. WAL 32 (1997): 127-49. Print. Wal .

Brown, Lee Rust. The Emerson Museum. Harvard University Press, 1997. Print.

Brown, Lee Rust. The Emerson Museum: Practical Romanticism And The Pursuit Of The Whole. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1997. Print.

Buell, Lawrence. “Emerson’S Fate”. Emersonian Circles (1997): 11-28. Print. Emersonian Circles.

Cadava, Eduardo. Emerson And The Climates Of History. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1997. Print.

Cadava, Eduardo. Emerson And The Climates Of History. Stanford University Press, 1997. Print.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson And Thoreau In John Shepard Keyes’S Diary (1837-1840)”. ARLR 11 (1997): 280-81. Print. Arlr .

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson’S Lecture At Wesleyan In 1845: What Or Who Went Wrong?”. ARLR 11 (1997): 266-67. Print. Arlr .

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson And New Bedford: A Sampling Of Reminiscences”. ARLR 11 (1997): 89-101. Print. Arlr .

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson, Concord And Poet Benjamin West Ball”. ARLR 11 (1997): 4-20. Print. Arlr .

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Additional Notes For Emerson’S Nature”. ARLR 11 (1997): 59-66. Print. Arlr.

Carlson, Larry A. “Emerson, Friendship, And The Problem Of Alcott’S ‘Psyche.’”. Emersonian Circles (1997): 115-25. Print. Emersonian Circles.

Chapin, Sarah. Concord, Massachusetts. Dover, N.H: Arcadia, 1997. Print.

Clarke, JJ. Oriental Enlightenment: The Encounter Between Asian And Western Thought. Routledge, 1997. Print.

Colacurcio, Michael J. Doctrine And Difference: Essays In The Literature Of New England. Routledge, 1997. Print.

Colbert, Charles. A Measure Of Perfection: Phrenology And The Fine Arts In America. University of North Carolina Press, 1997. Print.

Cole, Phyllis. “‘Men And Women Conversing’: The Emersons In 1837”. Emersonian Circles (1997): 127-59. Print. Emersonian Circles.

Collison, Gary L. Shadrack Minkins: From Fugitive Slave To Citizen. Harvard University Press, 1997. Print.

Collison, Gary. “Toward Democratic Vistas: Theodore Parker, Friendship, And Transcendentalism”. Emersonian Circles (1997): 161-80. Print. Emersonian Circles.

Conant, James. “Emerson As Educator”. ESQ 43 (1997): 181-206. Print. Esq .

Covici, Pascal, Jr. Humor And Revelation In American Literature: The Puritan Connection. University of Missouri Press, 1997. Print.

Deese, Helen R. “‘A Liberal Education’: Caroline Healey Dall And Emerson”. Emersonian Circles (1997): 237-60. Print. Emersonian Circles.

Engstrom, Sallee Fox. The Infinitude Of The Private Man: Emerson’S Presence In Western New York, 1851-1861. Peter Lang Pub Inc., 1997. Print.

Field, Susan L. The Romance Of Desire: Emerson’S Commitment To Incompletion. Fairleigh Dickinson, 1997. Print.

Francis, Richard. Transcendental Utopias: Individual And Community At Brook Farm, Fruitlands, And Walden. Cornell University Press, 1997. Print.

Frazier, Charles. Cold Mountain. Atlantic Monthly, 1997. Print.

Friedl, Herwig. “Fate, Power, And History In Emerson And Nietzsche”. ESQ 43 (1997): 267-93. Print. Esq .

Garvey, Gregory T. “Mediating Citizenship: Emerson, The Cherokee Removals, And The Rhetoric Of Nationalism”. CentennialR 41 (1997): 461-69. Print. Centennialr .

Goodman, Russell B. “Moral Perfectionism And Democracy: Emerson, Nietzsche, Cavell”. ESQ 43 (1997): 159-80. Print. Esq .

Gordis, Lisa M. “Consecrating A Rebellion: Emerson’S Divinity School Address, David Friedrich Strauss, And The Historical Jesus”. JUUH 24 (1997): 1-16. Print. Juuh .

Gougeon, Len. “Emerson, Adin Ballou, And Reform”. ESP 8.i (1997): 1-3. Print. Esp .

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Grey, Robin. The Complicity Of Imagination: The American Renaissance, Contests Of Authority, And Seventeenth-Century English Culture. Cambridge University Press, 1997. Print.

Gura, Philip F. “The Widening Gyre: Out From Emerson”. Emersonian Circles (1997): 261-69. Print. Emersonian Circles.

Harte, Bret. Selected Letters Of Bret Harte. Gary Scharnhorst. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. Print.

Howe, Daniel Walker. Making The American Self: Jonathan Edwards To Abraham Lincoln. Harvard University Press, 1997. Print.

Jay, Paul. Contingency Blues: The Search For Foundations In American Criticism. University of Wisconsin Press, 1997. Print.

Jensen, Tim. “‘Their Own Thought In Motley . . . ’: Emerson’S Divinity School Address And Henry Ware Jr.’S Hints On Extemporaneous Preaching”. JUUH 24 (1997): 17-30. Print. Juuh .

Kazin, Alfred. God & The American Writer. Knopf Doubleday , 1997. Print.

Kronick, John G. “Repetition And Mimesis From Nietzsche To Emerson; Or, How The World Became A Fable”. ESQ 43 (1997): 241-65. Print. Esq .

Ljungquist, Kent P. “‘Valdemar’ And The ‘Frogpondians’: The Aftermath Of Poe’S Boston Lyceum Appearance”. Emersonian Circles (1997): 181-206. Print. Emersonian Circles.

Lopez, Michael. “Emerson And Nietzsche: An Introduction”. ESQ 43 (1997): 1-35. Print. Esq .

Lyttle, David. “‘The World Is A Divine Dream’: Emerson’S Subjective Idealism”. CS 5 (1997): 93-110. Print. Cs .

McGregor, Robert Kuhn. A Wider View Of The Universe: Henry Thoreau’S Study Of Nature. University of Illinois Press, 1997. Print.

Mitchell, Charles E. Individualism And Its Discontents: Appropriations Of Emerson, 1880-1950. University of Massachusetts Press, 1997. Print.

Mitchell, Verner D. “Emerson’S Self-Reliance”. Expl 55 (1997): 79-80. Print. Expl .

Morris, Saundra. “The Threshold Poem, Emerson, And ‘The Sphinx’”. AL 69 (1997): 547-70. Print. Al .

Mott, Wesley T, and Robert E Burkholder. Emersonian Circles: Essays In Honor Of Joel Myerson. University of Rochester Press, 1997. Print.

Mott, Wesley T, and Robert E Burkholder. Emersonian Circles: Essays In Honor Of Joel Myerson . Rochester, N.Y.: University of Rochester Press, 1997. Print.

Mott, Wesley T. “The Eloquence Of Father Taylor: A Rare 1846 Eyewitness Account”. NEQ 70 (1997): 102-13. Print. Neq .

Myerson, Joel. “Ralph Waldo Emerson”. Prospects For The Study Of American Literature: A Guide For Scholars And Students. Richard Kopley. New York: New York Universtiy Press, 1997. 6-20. Print. Prospects For The Study Of American Literature: A Guide For Scholars And Students.

Myerson, Joel. Selected Letters Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Columbia University Press, 1997. Print.

Myerson, Joel, and Richard Kopley. “Prospects For The Study Of American Literature: A Guide For Scholars And Students”. Ralph Waldo Emerson New York University (1997): 6-20. Print. Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Parkes, Graham. “‘Floods Of Life’ Around ‘Granite Of Fate’: Emerson And Nietzsche As Thinkers Of Nature”. ESQ 43 (1997): 207-40. Print. Esq .

Patterson, Anita Haya. From Emerson To King: Democracy, Race, And The Politics Of Protest. Oxford University Press, 1997. Print.

Richardson, Robert D., Jr. “Emerson As Editor”. Emersonian Circles (1997): 105-13. Print. Emersonian Circles.

Richardson, Joan. “Emerson’S Sound Effects”. Raritan 16 (1997): 83-101. Print. Raritan .

Richardson, Robert D., Jr. “Liberal Platonism And Transcendentalism: Shaftesbury, Schleiermacher, Emerson”. Symbiosis 1 (1997): 1-20. Print. Symbiosis .

Robinson, David M. “Thoreau’S ‘Ktaadn’ And The Quest For Experience”. Emersonian Circles (1997): 207-23. Print. Emersonian Circles.

Rowe, John Carlos. At Emerson’S Tomb: The Politics Of Classic American Literature. Columbia University Press, 1997. Print.

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Schmidgall, Gary. Walt Whitman: A Gay Life. Dutton Press, 1997. Print.

Schulz, Dieter. Amerikanischer Transzendentalismus: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Margaret Fuller. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1997. Print.

Shapiro, Gary, and Alan D Schrift. “The Logic Of The Gift: Toward An Ethic Of Generosity”. The Metaphysics of Presents: Nietzsche’s Gift, the Debt to Emerson, Heidegger’s Values Routledge (1997): 274-91. Print. The Metaphysics Of Presents: Nietzsche’S Gift, The Debt To Emerson, Heidegger’S Values.

Shealy, Daniel. “Singing Mignon’S Song: The Friendship Of Ralph Waldo Emerson And Louisa May Alcott”. Emersonian Circles (1997): 225-35. Print. Emersonian Circles.

Shuffelton, Frank. “Emerson’S Politics Of Biography And History”. Emersonian Circles (1997): 53-65. Print. Emersonian Circles.

Stack, George J. “Nietzsche And Emerson: The Return Of The Repressed”. ESQ 43 (1997): 37-68. Print. Esq .

Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, and Susan B Anthony. In The School Of Anti-Slavery 1840 To 1860. Ann D Gordon. Vol. 1. Rutgers , 1997. Print. The Selected Papers Of Elizabeth Cady Stanton And Susan B. Anthony.

Taylor, Bayard. Selected Letters Of Bayard Taylor. Paul C Wermuth. Bucknell, 1997. Print.

Tutein, David W. Robert Frost’S Reading: An Annotated Bibliography. Edwin Mellen, 1997. Print.

Van Cromphout, Gustaaf. “Areteic Ethics: Emerson And Nietzsche On Pity, Friendship, And Love”. ESQ 43 43 (1997): 95-112. Print. Esq 43.

Versluis, Arthur. The Hermetic Book Of Nature: An American Revolution In Consciousness. Grail, 1997. Print.

Von Frank, Albert J. “’build Therefore Your Own World’: Emerson’S Constructions Of The ‘Intimate Sphere’”. Emersonian Circles (1997): 1-10. Print. Emersonian Circles.

Warner, Nicholas O. Spirits Of America: Intoxication In Nineteenth-Century American Literature. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. Print.

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Wilson, Eric. “‘Terrible Simplicity’: Emerson’S Metaleptic Style”. Style 31 (1997): 58-80. Print. Style .

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1996

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

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

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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. American Nature Writers.

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

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

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

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

Carney, Raymond. Amerian 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. The Translatablity Of Cultures: Figurations Of The Space Between.

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. Utq.

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

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Hitch Your Wagon To A Star, And Other Quotations From Ralph Waldo Emerson. Columbia 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. Biographies Of Books: The Compositional Histories Of Notable American Writings.

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

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

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

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

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

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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. Trends In English And American Studies: Literature And The Imagination.

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. Criticism.

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

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

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

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

Myerson, Joel, Richard Layman, and Myerson. “Ralph Waldo Emerson’S Income From His Books”. The Professions Of Authorship: Essays In Honor Of Matthew J. Bruccoli. South Carolina, 1996. 135-49. Print. The Professions Of Authorship: Essays In Honor Of Matthew J. Bruccoli.

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

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

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. P&r.

1996

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. Esp.

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.

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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. Documentary Editing.

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

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. Neq.

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

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

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1995

Albrecht, James M. “‘Living Property’: Emerson’s Ethics”. ESQ 41 (1995): 177-217. Print. Esq .

Birch, Thomas D. “Toward A Better Economic Order: The Economic Thought Of Ralph Waldo Emerson”. NEQ 68 (1995): 385-401. Print. Neq .

Brasher, Alan. “James Freeman Clarke’S Journal Accounts Of Ralph Waldo Emerson’S Lectures”. SAR (1995): 83-100. Print. Sar.

Buell, Lawrence. The Environmental Imagination: Thoreau, Nature Writing, And The Formation Of American Culture. Harvard University Press, 1995. Print.

Burke, John J. From Home And Abroad: American And British Writers In Philadelphia 1800-1910. University Press of America, 1995. Print.

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Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Some Broadsides Pertinent To Emerson And His Family”. ARLR 9 (1995): 120-39. Print. Arlr.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson—A Stimulus For Oracular, Enigmatic And Nonsense Verse”. ARLR 9 (1995): 102-106. Print. Arlr.

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Deese, Helen R. “Emerson From A Feminist Perspective: The Caroline H. Dall Journals”. Postscript 12 (1995): 1-8. Print. Postscript.

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Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Representative Men. Marsilio Publishers, 1995. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Emerson’S Antislavery Writings. Len Gougeon and Joel Myerson. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1995. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Self Reliance And Other Essays. Barnes & Noble Books, 1995. Print.

Foley, Mary. “Fitz Hugh Lane, Ralph Waldo Emerson, And The Gloucester Lyceum”. American Art Journal 27 (1995): 99-101. Print. American Art Journal.

Fontana, Ernest. “George Eliot’S Romola And Emerson’S ‘the American Scholar’”. ELN 32 (1995): 70-75. Print. Eln.

Foster, Edward Halsey. “Teaching American Poetry In Context: Emerson And The Non-American Reader”. American Literature For Non-American Readers: Cross-Cultural Perspectives On American Literature. Meta Grosman. Peter Lang Pub Inc., 1995. 87-94. Print. American Literature For Non-American Readers: Cross-Cultural Perspectives On American Literature.

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Golden, Arthur. “Whitman’S ‘Respondez!,’ ‘A Rounded Catalogue Divine Complete,’ And Emerson”. Études Anglaises 48 (1995): 319-327. Print. Études Anglaises.

Gougeon, Len, and Joel Myerson. Emerson’S Antislavery Writings. Yale University Press , 1995. Print.

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Hall, Dewey W. “From Edwards To Emerson: A Study Of The Teleology Of Nature”. SPAS 5 (1995): 123-47. Print. Spas.

Hansen, Olaf. “Stanley Cavell Reading Nietzsche Reading Emerson”. Nietzsche In American Literaure And Thought. Manfred Pütz. Camden House, 1995. 275-95. Print. Nietzsche In American Literaure And Thought.

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Hoogenboom, Ari. Rutherford B. Hayes: Warrior And President. University of Kansas Press, 1995. Print.

Johnson, Elwood. The Pursuit Of Power: Studies In The Vocabulary Of Puritanism. Peter Lang, 1995. Print.

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Klammer, Martin. Whitman, Slavery, And The Emergence Of Leaves Of Grass. Penn State University Press, 1995. Print.

Lyttle, David. “Emerson’S Transcendental Individualism”. CS 3 (1995): 89-103. Print. Cs.

Makarushka, Irene SM. “Emerson And Nietzsche On History: Lesson For The Next Millenium”. Literature And Theology At Century’S End. Gregory Salyer & Detweiler, Robert. Scholar’s Press, 1995. 89-101. Print. Literature And Theology At Century’S End.

Martin, Terence. Parables Of Possibility: The American Need For Beginnings. Columbia University Press, 1995. Print.

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Meyerowitz, Rael. Transferring To America: Jewish Interpretations Of American Dreams. State University of New York, 1995. Print.

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Mott, Wesley T. “‘An Etching Of Emerson’ And The Problem Of Attribution”. ESP 6.i (1995): 1-4. Print. Esp.

Myerson, Joel. “A Catalogue Of Transcendentalist Materials In The Fruitlands Museums”. SAR (1995): 1-60. Print. Sar .

Myerson, Joel. “Concord In 1882: The Journal Of Florence Whiting Brown”. SAR (1995): 291-344. Print. Sar.

Norwood, Kyle. “‘Somewhat Comes Of It All’: The Structure Of Emerson’S ‘Experience”. ATQ 9 (1995): 21-39. Print. Atq.

O’Keefe, Richard R. Mythic Archetypes In Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Blakean Reading. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1995. Print.

O’Keefe, Richard R. “’experience’: Emerson On Death”. ATQ 9 (1995): 119-29. Print. Atq.

O’Keefe, Richard R. Mythic Archetypes In Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Blakean Reading. Kent State, 1995. Print.

Packer, Barbara, and Sacvan Bercovitch. “The Transcendentalists”. The Cambridge History Of American Literature, Prose Writing, 1820-1865. Vol. 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995. 329-604. Print. The Cambridge History Of American Literature, Prose Writing, 1820-1865.

Parady, Marianne. 7 Secrets For Successful Living: Tapping The Wisdom Of Ralph Waldo Emerson To Achieve Love, Happiness And Self-Reliance. Kensington Books, 1995. Print.

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Reynolds, Larry J. “From Dial Essay To New York Book: The Making Of Woman In The Nineteenth-Century”. Periodical Literature In Nineteenth-Century America. Kenneth M Price & Smith, Susan Belasco. Universtity of Virginia Press, 1995. 17-34. Print. Periodical Literature In Nineteenth-Century America.

Richardson, Robert D., Jr. Emerson: The Mind On Fire. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1995. Print.

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Roberson, Susan L. Emerson In His Sermons: A Man-Made Self. University of Missouri Press, 1995. Print.

Roberson, Susan L. Emerson In His Sermons. Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 1995. Print.

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Rohler, Lloyd. Ralph Waldo Emerson: Preacher And Lecturer. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1995. Print.

1995

Rohler, Lloyd. “Ralph Waldo Emerson: Preacher And Lecturer”. Greenwood (1995): n. pag. Print. Greenwood.

Rozakis, Laurie. Instant American Literature. Fawcett Columbine, 1995. Print.

Sattelmeyer, Robert. “Thoreau And Emerson”. The Cambridge Companion To Henry David Thoreau. Joel Myerson. Cambridge University Press, 1995. 25-39. Print. The Cambridge Companion To Henry David Thoreau.

Schweighauser, Charles A. “‘Know Thyself . . . Study Nature’: The Contemporary Scientist’S Dilemma.”. The Delegated Intellect: Emersonian Essays On Literature, Science, And Art In Honor Of Don Gifford. Donald E Morse. Peter Lang Pub Inc., 1995. 109-124. Print. The Delegated Intellect: Emersonian Essays On Literature, Science, And Art In Honor Of Don Gifford.

Shorey, Paul. The Roosevelt Lectures Of Paul Shorey (1913-1914). Edgar C Reinke. Ward W Briggs & Kopff, Christian E. Georg Olms, 1995. Print.

Smith, Harmon D. ““At Home With Lidian: Henry Thoreau In 1847-1848″”. CS 3 (1995): 35-48. Print. Cs.

Stapleton, Laurance. Some Poets And Their Resources: The Future Agenda: Lawrence, Emerson, Heaney, Bishop, Muir, Thomas, Melville, Wilbur. University Press of America, 1995. Print.

Stephenson, Will, and Mimosa Stephenson. “”emerson’S Self-Reliance””. Expl 53.ii (1995): 81-82. Print. Expl.

Teichgraeber, Richard F., III. Sublime Thoughts/penny Wisdom: Situating Emerson And Thoreau In The American Market. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995. Print.

Thomas, David Wayne. “Godel’S Theorem And Postmodern Theory”. PMLA 110 (1995): 248-61. Print. Pmla.

Tilton, Eleanor M. The Letters Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. 10. Columbia University Press, 1995. Print.

Walls, Laura Dassow. Seeing New Worlds: Henry David Thoreau And Nineteenth-Century Natural Science. University of Wisconsin Press, 1995. Print.

Wenke, John. Melville’S Muse: Literary Creation & The Forms Of Philosophical Fiction. Kent State University Press, 1995. Print.

Wilson, Eddy P. “Emerson And Dewey On Natural Piety”. JR 75 (1995): 329-46. Print. Jr.

Young, Bette Roth. Emma Lazarus In Her World. Jewish Publication Society, 1995. Print.

Zwarg, Christina. Feminist Conversations: Fuller, Emerson, And The Play Of Reading. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1995. Print.

1994

Bean, Judith Mattson. “Texts From Conversation: Margaret Fuller’S Influence On Emerson”. SAR (1994): 227-44. Print. Sar.

Berkson, Dorothy. “Born And Bred In Diferent Nations’: Margaret Fuller And Ralph Waldo Emnerson”. Patrons And Protégées: Gender, Friendship, And Writing In Nineteenth-Century America. Shirley Marchalonis. Rutgers University Press, 1994. 3-30. Print. Patrons And Protégées: Gender, Friendship, And Writing In Nineteenth-Century America.

Bickman, Martin. “From Emerson To Dewey: The Fate Of Freedom In American Education”. AmLH 6 (1994): 385-408. Print. Amlh.

Bloom, Harold, and Paul Kane. Collected Poems And Translations. Library of America, 1994. Print.

Bosco, Ronald. “What Poems Are Many Private Lives’: Emerson Writing The American Plutarch”. SLitI 27 (1994): 103-29. Print. Sliti .

Brantley, Richard E. Anglo-American Antiphony: The Late Romanticism Of Tennyson And Emerson. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida, 1994. Print.

Brantley, Richard E. Anglo-American Antiphony: The Late Romanticism Of Tennyson And Emerson. University Presses of Florida, 1994. Print.

Brown, Lee Rust. “Emerson, Paris, And The Opening Of The Scientific Eye”. Prospects 19 (1994): 315-47. Print. Prospects.

Burbick, Joan. Healing The Republic: The Language Of Health And The Culture Of Nationalism In Nineteenth-Century America. Cambridge University Press, 1994. Print.

Burkholder, Robert E, and Joel Myerson. Ralph Waldo Emerson: An Annotated Bibliography Of Criticism, 1980-1991. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1994. Print.

Burkholder, Robert E, and Joel Myerson. Ralph Waldo Emerson: An Annotated Bibliography Of Criticism, 1980-1991. Greenwood Press, 1994. Print.

Cadava, Eduardo. “Emerson And The Climates Of Political History”. Boundary 2 21 (1994): 179-219. Print. Boundary 2.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson, Chandler Robbins And The Second Church”. ARLR 8 (1994): 4-10. Print. Arlr.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson, Slavery And Lipscomb’S ‘Southern Man”. ARLR 8 (1994): 22-33. Print. Arlr.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “An English Critic On Emerson’S Poetry—Tyrer Contra Arnold”. ARLR 8 (1994): 75-82. Print. Arlr.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. Voices In Emerson’S Sermons, Identified With Supplementary Annotations And Commentary. Transcendental Books, 1994. Print.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson In An Evolving Encyclopedia On Transcendentalism (1856-1880)”. ARLR 8 (1994): 10-21. Print. Arlr.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson, Thoreau, Concord Women And The Cherokees”. ARLR 8 (1994): 89-94. Print. Arlr.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. Emerson At The Divinity School: His Address Of 1838 And Its Significance. Transcendental Books, 1994. Print.

Carlson, Larry A. “Bronson Alcott’S ‘Journal For 1838’ (Part Two)”. SAR (1994): 123-93. Print. Sar.

Cavell, Stanley. “What Is The Emersonian Event? A Comment On Kateb’S Emerson”. NLH 25 (1994): 951-58. Print. Nlh .

Clark, William Bedford. “In The Shadow Of His Smile: Warren’S Quarrel With Emerson”. SR 102 (1994): 550-69. Print. Sr.

Cronon, William. “Inconstant Unity: The Passion Of Frank Lloyd Wright”. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect. Terence Riley. 1994. Print. Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect.

Dauber, Kenneth. “On Not Being Able To Read Emerson, Or Representative Man”. Boundary 2 21 (1994): 220-42. Print. Boundary 2.

Deese, Helen. “Transcendental Gen(D)Erations: Caroline Healy Dall And Ralph Waldo Emerson”. Tennessee Philological Bulletin 31 (1994): 6-21. Print. Tennessee Philological Bulletin .

Dimock, Wai-chee. “Scarcity, Subjectivity, And Emerson”. Revisionary Interventions Into The Americanist Canon. Donald E Pease. Duke, 1994. 82-99. Print. Revisionary Interventions Into The Americanist Canon.

Gilbert, Armida. “Emerson’S Influence On European Philosopphy”. NCP 21 (1994): 33-46. Print. Ncp.

Goldman, Anita Haya. “Negotiating Claims Of Race And Rights: Du Bois, Emerson, And The Critique Of Liberal Nationalism”. MassR 35 (1994): 169-201. Print. Massr.

Gougeon, Len. “Holmes’S Emerson And The Conservative Critique Of Realism”. SoAR 59 (1994): 107-25. Print. Soar.

Grey, Robin Sandra. “A Seraph’S Eloquence’: Emerson’S Inspired Language And Milton’S Apocalyptic Prose”. MP 92 (1994): 36-63. Print. Mp.

Gross, Robert A. “Young Men And Women Of Fairest Promise: Transcendentalism In Concord”. CS 2 (1994): 5-18. Print. Cs .

Habegger, Alfred. The Father: A Life Of Henry James, Sr. . Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1994. Print.

Hallengren, Anders. The Code Of Concord: Emerson’S Search For Universal Laws. Almqvist and Wiskell, 1994. Print.

Helmling, Steven. “Emersonian Eliot”. SR 102 (1994): 46-69. Print. Sr.

Hudspeth, Robert N. The Letters Of Margaret Fuller. Vol. 6. Cornell University Press, 1994. Print.

James, William. The Correspondence Of William James. Ignas Skrupskellis & Berkeley, Elizabeth N. Vol. 3. University Press of Virginia, 1994. Print. William And Henry 1897-1910.

Johnson, Glen M. The Topical Notebooks Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. 3. University of Missouri Press, 1994. Print.

Karcher, Carolyn. The First Woman In The Republic: A Cultural Biography Of Lydia Maria Child. Duke University Press, 1994. Print.

Litton, Alfred G. “Emerson And The Examiner Club: An Unpublished Conversation”. NEQ 67 (1994): 476-486. Print. Neq.

Livingston, James. Pragmatism And The Political Economy Of Cultural Revolution, 1850-1940. University of North Carolina Press, 1994. Print.

Ljungquist, Kent P. “Warrington’ Reviews Emerson: Some Uncollected Reviews And Notices”. ESP 5.ii (1994): 1-3. Print. Esp.

Madden, Edward H, and Marion C Madden. “Buffs And Rebuffs: Emerson, Parker And Thoreau”. Trans. C. S. Peirce Society 30 (1994): 1-32. Print. Trans. C. S. Peirce Society .

Makarushka, Irena SM. Religious Imagination And Language In Emerson And Nietzsche. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1994. Print.

McClay, Wilfred M. The Masterless: Self And Society In Modern America. University of North Carolina Press, 1994. Print.

McKee, Kathryn B. “A Fearful Price I Have Paid For Loving Him’: Ellery Channing’S Troubled Friendship With Ralph Waldo Emerson”. SAR (1994): 251-69. Print. Sar.

von Mehren, Joan. “Margaret Fuller: Woman Of Letters”. Margaret Fuller: Visionary Of The New Age. Marie Mitchell Olesen Urbanski. Northern Lights, 1994. 18-51. Print. Margaret Fuller: Visionary Of The New Age.

von Mehren, Joan. Minerva And The Muse: A Life Of Margaret Fuller. Massachusetts, 1994. Print.

Mulhall, Stephen. Stanley Cavell: Philosophy’S Recounting Of The Ordinary. Clarendon Press, 1994. Print.

Nadenicek, Daniel J. “Sleepy Hollow Cemetery: Philosophy Made Substance”. ESP 5.i (1994): 1-2, 8. Print. Esp.

Nicoloff, Philip, Robert E Burkholder, and Douglas Emory Wilson. English Traits. Vol. 5. Harvard University Press, 1994. Print. The Collected Works Of Ralph Waldo Emerson.

O’Keefe, Richard R. “Demonology’: Emerson On Dreams”. ATQ 8 (1994): 5-16. Print. Atq.

Packer, Barbara. “The Transcendentalists”. The Cambridge History Of American Literature. Sacvan Bercovitch. Vol. 2. Cambridge University Press, 1994. 329-604. Print. The Cambridge History Of American Literature.

Patell, Cyrus RK. “Emersonian Strategies: Negative Liberty, Self-Reliance, And Democratic Individuality.”. NCL 48 (1994): 440-79. Print. Ncl.

Rao, Vimala C. “Another Source For Ralph Waldo Emerson’S ‘Brahma”. Indian Journal of American Studies 24 (1994): 105-109. Print. Indian Journal Of American Studies.

Roberson, Susan. “’degenerate Effeminacy’ And The Making Of A Masculine Spirituality In The Sermons Of Ralph Waldo Emerson”. Muscular Christianity: Embodying The Victorian Age. Donald E Hall. Cambridge, 1994. 150-172. Print. Muscular Christianity: Embodying The Victorian Age.

Robinson, David. “Unitarian History And The Unitarian-Universalist Identity: The Work Of Conrad Wright”. PUUHS 12.2 (1994): 1-11. Print. Puuhs.

Robinson, David M. “Emerson, Thoreau, Fuller, And Transcendentalism”. ALS (1994): 3-23. Print. Als .

Ryan, Barbara. “Emerson’s ‘Domestic And Social Experiments’: Service, Slavery, And The Unhired Man”. AL 66 (1994): 485-508. Print. Al.

Schulman, Frank J. “An English Review Of Nature”. ESP 5.i (1994): 3. Print. Esp.

Sedgwick, Ellery. A History Of The Atlantic Monthly 1857-1909. Massachusetts, 1994. Print.

Selinger, Eric Murphy. “‘Too Pathetic, Too Pitiable’: Emerson’S Lessons In Love’S Philosophy”. ESQ 40 (1994): 139-82. Print. Esq.

Shumway, David R. Creating American Civilization: A Genealogy Of American Literature As An Academic Discipline. University of Minnesota Press, 1994. Print.

Smith, Stephanie A. Conceived By Liberty: Maternal Figures And Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Cornell University Press, 1994. Print.

Stowe, William W. Going Abroad: European Travel In Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Princeton University Press, 1994. Print.

Tilton, Eleanor M. The Letters Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. 9. Columbia University Press , 1994. Print.

Tolchin, Neal. “Ralph Waldo Emerson”. The Johns Hopkins Guide To Literary Theory & Criticism. Michael Grodin & Kreiswirth, Martin. Johns Hopkins, 1994. 224-226. Print. The Johns Hopkins Guide To Literary Theory & Criticism.

Urbanski, Marie Mitchell Olesen. “The Ambivalence Of Ralph Waldo Emerson Towards Margaret Fuller”. Margaret Fuller: Visionary Of The New Age. Urbanski. Northern Lights, 1994. 105-121. Print. Margaret Fuller: Visionary Of The New Age.

Von Frank, Albert J. An Emerson Chronology. New York: G. K. Hall, 1994. Print.

Von Frank, Albert J. An Emerson Chronology. G. K. Hall, 1994. Print.

Wolfe, Cary. “Alone With America: Cavell, Emerson, And The Politics Of Individualism”. NLH 25 (1994): 137-57. Print. Nlh.

Wright, Conrad. The Unitarian Controversy: Essays On American Unitarian History. Skinner House, 1994. Print.

1993

Bercovitch, Sacvan. The Rites Of Assent: Transformations In The Symbolic Construction Of America. Routledge, 1993. Print.

Bosco, Ronald A. The Topical Notebooks Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. 2. Missouri, 1993. Print.

Brantley, Richard E. Coordinates Of Anglo-American Romanticism: Wesley, Edwards, Carlyle And Emerson. Florida, 1993. Print.

Bromell, Nicholas K. By The Sweat Of The Brow: Literature And Labor In Antebellum America. Chicago: U Chicago P, 1993. Print.

Buckley, JF. “Living In The Iron Mills: A Tempering Of Nineteenth-Century America’S Orphic Poet”. JAC 16 (1993): 67-72. Print. Jac .

Buell, Lawrence. Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Collection Of Critical Essays. Prentice-Hall, 1993. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Collection Of Critical Essays. Lawrence Buell. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1993. Print.

Buell, Lawrence. “The American Transcendentalist Poets”. The Columbia History Of American Poetry. Jay Parini. New York: Columbia University Press, 1993. 97-120. Print. The Columbia History Of American Poetry.

Buell, Lawrence, and Jay Parini. “The American Transcendentalist Poets”. The Columbia History Of American Poetry. Columbia, 1993. 97-120. Print. The Columbia History Of American Poetry.

Cadava, Eduardo. “The Nature Of War In Emerson’S ‘Boston Hymn”. ArQ 49 (1993): 21-58. Print. Arq .

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson Family Reading Between 1800 And 1816”. ARLR 7 (1993): 47-59. Print. Arlr.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson, ‘Brahma’ And Sir Edwin Arnold”. ARLR 7 (1993): 82-90. Print. Arlr.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson Remembered In New Bedford—Overlooked Articles With A Bibliography”. ARLR 7 (1993): 62-73. Print. Arlr .

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. Emerson’S Apprenticeship: The College Notebooks Annotated With An Index. Transcendental Books, 1993. Print.

Carlson, Larry A. “Bronson Alcott’S ‘Journal For 1838’ (Part One)”. SAR (1993): 161-244. Print. Sar.

Conway, North J. American Literacy: Fifty Books That Define Our Culture And Ourselves. William Morrow, 1993. Print.

Cushman, Stephen. Fictions Of Form In American Poetry. Princeton University Press, 1993. Print.

Dalls, Phyllis Surrency. “Emerson Meets Miranda: Self-Reliance In Mama Day”. Notes on Teaching English 20.ii (1993): 1-9. Print. Notes On Teaching English .

Deese, Helen R. Jones Very: The Complete Poems. University of Georgia Press, 1993. Print.

Dickenson, Donna. Margaret Fuller: Writing A Woman’S Life. . St. Martin’s Press, 1993. Print.

Fredman, Stephen. The Grounding Of American Poetry: Charles Olson And The Emersonian Tradition. Cambridge University Press, 1993. Print.

Geldard, Richard G. The Esoteric Emerson: The Spiritual Teachings Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Hudson, N.Y.: Lindisfarne Press, 1993. Print.

Geldard, Richard. The Esoteric Emerson: The Spiritual Teachings Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Lindisfarne Press, 1993. Print.

Greenberg, Robert M. Splintered Worlds: Fragmentation And The Ideal Of Diversity In The Work Of Emerson, Melville, Whitman, And Dickinson. Northeastern University Press, 1993. Print.

Hart, Henry. “Robert Lowell, Emerson, And The American Sublime”. ESQ 39 (1993): 279-307. Print. Esq.

Hertz, David Michael. Angels Of Reality: Emersonian Unfoldings In Wright, Stevens, And Ives. Southern Illinois University Press, 1993. Print.

Hill, Anne. “The World’S Eye, The World’S Heart’S: Emerson And The Continuity Of Children’S Knowing”. ESP 4.i (1993): 5,8. Print. Esp.

Hodder, Alan D. “Et Oriente Lux’: Thoreau’S Ecstasies And The Hindu Texts”. HTR 86 (1993): 403-38. Print. Htr.

Hurth, Elisabeth. “William And Ralph Waldo Emerson And The Problem Of The Lord’S Supper: The Influence Of German ‘Historical Speculators’”. ChH 62 (1993): 190-206. Print. Chh.

Jacobson, David. Emerson’S Pragmatic Vision: The Dance Of The Eye. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1993. Print.

Jarvis, Edward. Traditions And Reminiscences Of Concord, Massachusetts, 1779-1878. Sarah Chapin. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1993. Print.

Jarvis, Edward, and Sarah Chapin. Traditions And Reminiscences Of Concord, Massachusetts, 1779-1878. Massachusetts, 1993. Print.

Knadler, Stephen P. “Educating The ‘Immortal Pupil’: Emerson’S Identity Politics And The Question Of Freedom In An Age Of Reform”. Prospects 13 (1993): 29-49. Print. Prospects.

Kronick, Joseph G. “Telling The Difference: Stanley Cavell’S Resistance To Theory”. AmLH 5 (1993): 193-200. Print. Amlh.

Loving, Jerome. Lost In The Customhouse: Authorship In The American Renaissance. University of Iowa Press, 1993. Print.

McWilliams, John. “Lexington, Concord, And The ‘Hinge Of The Future’”. AmLH 5 (1993): 1-29. Print. Amlh.

Melville, Stephen. “Oblique And Ordinary: Stanley Cavell’S Engagements Of Emerson”. AmLH 5 (1993): 172-92. Print. Amlh.

Melville, Herman. Correspondence. Lynn Horth. Northwestern University Press , 1993. Print.

New, Elisa. The Regenerate Lyric: Theology And Innovation In American Poetry. Cambridge University Press, 1993. Print.

Prettyman, Gib. “’working After His Thought’: The Signification Of Industry In Emerson’S The Conduct Of Life”. ATQ 7 (1993): 45-63. Print. Atq.

Reed, Sampson. Primary Source Material For Emerson Studies. Comp. George F. Dole. West Chester, Penn: Swedenborg Foundation, 1993. Print.

Richardson, Robert D., Jr. “The Stalk Of The Lotus: Concord’S Most Famous Friendship”. CS 1 (1993): 3-10. Print. Cs.

Robinson, David M. Emerson And The Conduct Of Life: Pragmatism And Ethical Purpose In The Later Work. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993. Print.

Rudy, John G. “Engaging The Void: Emerson’S Essay On Experience And The Zen Experience Of Self-Emptying”. The Eastern Buddhist 26 (1993): 101-25. Print. The Eastern Buddhist.

Salt, Henry S. Life Of Henry David Thoreau. George Hendrick et al. University of Illinois Press, 1993. Print.

Scharnhorst, Gary. Henry David Thoreau: A Case Study In Canonization. Camden House, 1993. Print.

Schmidt, Bernard. “Bronson Alcott’S Developing Personalism And The Argument With Emerson”. ATQ 8 (1993): 311-27. Print. Atq.

Schofield, Edmund A, and Robert C Baron. Thoreau’S World And Ours: A Natural Legacy. North American Press, 1993. Print.

Shivaji, D. Emerson Dictionary. 2 Vol. 1993. Print.

Shklar, Judith N. “Emerson And The Inhibitions Of Democracy”. Pursuit Of Reason: Essays In Honor Of Stanley Cavell. Paul Guyer & Putnam, Hillary. Texas Tech University Press, 1993. 121-132. Print. Pursuit Of Reason: Essays In Honor Of Stanley Cavell.

Simmons, Nancy Craig. The Selected Letters Of Mary Moody Emerson. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1993. Print.

Simmons, Nancy Craig. The Selected Letters Of Mary Moody Emerson. Georgia, 1993. Print.

Simmons, Nancy Craig. “Thoreau As Napoleon; Or A Note On Emerson’S Big, Little, And Good Endians”. ESP 4.i (1993): 1-4. Print. Esp.

Swords, Stephen. “Emerson And The Ghost Of Doctor Johnson”. AJ 6 (1993): 99-130. Print. Aj.

Urion, Marilyn Vogler. “Emerson’S Presence In Rilke’S Imagery: Shadows Of Early Influence”. Monatshefte 85 (1993): 153-69. Print. Monatshefte.

Van Anglen, KA. The New England Milton: Literary Reception And Cultural Authority In The Early Republic. Pennsylvania State University Press, 1993. Print.

Versluis, Arthur. American Transcendentalism & Asian Religions. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993. Print.

Versluis, Arthur. American Transcendentalism And Asian Religions. Oxford University Press, 1993. Print.

Wolfe, Cary. The Limits Of American Literary Ideology In Pound And Emerson. Cambridge University Press, 1993. Print.

Woodall, Guy R. “Convers Francis And The Concordians: Emerson, Alcott, And Others”. CS 1 (1993): 23-58. Print. Cs.

Wright, Nathalia. The Correspondence Of Washington Allston. Kentucky, 1993. Print.

1992

Addison, Elizabeth. “Compensation And The Price Of Purity: An Old Quaker Impresses The Young Emerson”. SAR 1992 (1992): 107-120. Print. Sar 1992.

Al-Dámi, Muhammed. “Arabian Perfumes For An American Muse: A Critique Of Emerson’s Use Of Arab-Islamic Historical Materials”. Indian Journal of American Studies 22 (1992): 9-15. Print. Indian Journal Of American Studies.

Borst, Raymond R. The Thoreau Log: A Documentary Life Of Henry David Thoreau 1817-1862. G. K. Hall, 1992. Print.

Bosco, Ronald A. “[M]Ercy To Pardon & Grace To Help: Ezra Ripley’s Ordination Diary, 1778-1836”. SPAS 2 (1992): 153-92. Print. Spas.

Boudreau, Kristin. “The Woman’s Flesh Of Me: Rebecca Harding Davis’s Response To Self-Reliance”. ATQ 6 (1992): 131-40. Print. Atq.

Bremen, Brian A. “Dubois, Emerson, And The ‘fate’ Of Black Folk.”. ALR 24 (1992): 80-88. Print. Alr.

Brown, Lee Rust. “The Emerson Museum”. Representations 40 (1992): 57-80. Print. Representations.

Bryant, William Cullen. The Letters Of William Cullen Bryant, Vol. 6, 1872-1878. William Cullen Bryant II & Voss, Thomas G. Fordham Univeristy Press , 1992. Print.

Bryant, William Cullen. The Letters Of William Cullen Bryant, Vol. 5, 1865-1871. William Cullen Bryant II & Voss, Thomas G. Fordham, 1992. Print.

Bryant, William Cullen, William Cullen Bryant II, and Thomas G Voss. The Letters Of William Cullen Bryant, Vol. 6, 1872-1878, Ed. William Cullen Bryant Ii And Thomas G. Voss. Fordham, 1992. Vol. 6. Fordham, 1992. Print.

Buell, Lawrence. “On R. W. Emerson’s 2 March 1835 Letter To Lydia Jackson”. The Marks In The Fields: Essays On The Uses Of Manuscripts. Rodney G Dennis. Houghton Library, 1992. 159-61. Print. The Marks In The Fields: Essays On The Uses Of Manuscripts.

Burkholder, Robert E. “History’s Mad Pranks: Some Recent Emerson Studies”. ESQ 38 (1992): 231-63. Print. Esq.

Callan, Ron. William Carlos Williams And Transcendentalism. St. Martin’s Press, 1992. Print.

Callow, Philip. From Noon To Starry Night: A Life Of Walt Whitman. Ivan R Dee, 1992. Print.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Books Available To Emerson And His Brothers In Their Father’s Library (1811-1822)”. ARLR 6 (1992): 51-57. Print. Arlr.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson’s Chivalric Period At The Latin School And Harvard”. ARLR 6 (1992): 183-96. Print. Arlr.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson’s Sermons—Their Great Significance For Researchers”. ARLR 6 (1992): 67-83. Print. Arlr.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. Firstlings Of Emerson The Writer. Transcendental Books, 1992. Print.

Capper, Charles. Margaret Fuller: An American Romantic Life, The Private Years. Oxford University Press, 1992. Print.

Carter, Everett. “The Emersonian Proust”. CLS 21 (1992): 39-53. Print. Cls.

Clifford, Deborah Pickman. Crusader For Freedom: A Life Of Lydia Maria Child. Beacon, 1992. Print.

Coltharp, Duane. “Landscapes Of Commodity: Nature As Economy In Emerson’s Poems”. ESQ 38 (1992): 265-91. Print. Esq.

Dedmond, Francis B. “The Selected Letters Of William Ellery Channing The Younger (Part Four)”. SAR (1992): 1-74. Print. Sar.

Dent, JM. Essays And Poems. Charles E. Tuttle, 1992. Print.

Elbert, Monika. “From Merlin To Faust: Emerson’s Democratization Of The Heroic Mind”. Merlin Versus Faust: Contending Archetypes In Western Culture. Charlotte Spivack. Edwin Mellen, 1992. 113-35. Print. Merlin Versus Faust: Contending Archetypes In Western Culture.

Elliott, Angela. Ezra Pound And America. St. Martin’s, 1992. Print.

Ellison, Julie. “The Gender Of Transparency: Masculinity And The Conduct Of Life”. AmLH 4 (1992): 584-606. Print. Amlh.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Complete Sermons Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Albert J. von Frank. 4 Vol. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1992. Print.

Fink, Steven. Prophet In The Marketplace: Thoreau’s Development As A Professional Writer. Princeton University Press, 1992. Print.

Gougeon, Len. “Emerson And Brook Farm”. ESP 3.i (1992): 1-2. Print. Esp.

Gustafson, Thomas. Representative Words: Politics, Literature, And The American Language, 1776-1865. Cambridge University Press, 1992. Print.

Habich, Robert D. “Emerson’s Reluctant Foe: Andrews Norton And The Transcendental Controversy”. NEQ 65 (1992): 208-37. Print. Neq.

Helm, Bert. “Emerson Agonistes: Education As Struggle And Process”. Educational Theory 42 (1992): 165-80. Print. Educational Theory.

Hurth, Elisabeth. “The ‘Uses’ Of The ‘Literary’ Jesus: Ernest Renan’S Life Of Jesus In New England”. ESQ 38 (1992): 315-37. Print. Esq .

Hurth, Elizabeth. “Sowing The Seeds Of Subversion: Harvard’s Early Göttingen Students”. SAR (1992): 91-106. Print. Sar.

Irons, Susan H. “Channing’s Influence On Peabody: Self-Culture And The Danger Of Egoism”. SAR (1992): 121-35. Print. Sar.

Jacobson, David. Emerson’S Pragmatic Vision: The Dance Of The Eye. Pennsylvania State University Press, 1992. Print.

James, William. “The Correspondence Of William James, Vol. 1, William And Henry 1861-1884”. Ignas K Skrupskellis & Berkeley, Elizabeth M. Vol. 1. University Press of Virginia, 1992. Print.

Johnson, Linck C. “Reforming The Reformers: Emerson, Thoreau, And The Sunday Lectures At Amory Hall, Boston.”. ESQ 37 (1992): 235-89. Print. Esq.

Kateb, George. The Inner Ocean: Individualism And Democratic Culture. Cornell University Press, 1992. Print.

Kouidis, Virginia M. “Emersonian True Romance And The Woman Novelist”. NDQ 60.iv (1992): 84-104. Print. Ndq.

Kramer, Michael P. Imagining Language In America: From The Revolution To The Civil War. Princeton University Press, 1992. Print.

Lal, Malashri. “Emerson’s Indian Supersitition And The Unitarian Church.”. Indian Journal of American Studies 22 (1992): 1-8. Print. Indian Journal Of American Studies.

Lee, Kun Jong. “Ellison’s Invisible Man: Emersonianism Revised”. PMLA 107 (1992): 331-44. Print. Pmla 107.

Levin, Jonathan. “Life In The Transitions: Emerson, William James, Wallace Stevens”. ArQ 48 (1992): 75-97. Print. Arq .

Ljungquist, Kent P, and Wesley T Mott. “Emerson And The Worcester Lyceum, 1855-1857: Two New Letters”. NEQ 65 (1992): 290-95. Print. Neq .

Mott, Wesley T. “Emerson And The New Bedford Affair In Boston Newspapers”. ESP 3.i (1992): 3-4. Print. Esp.

Mott, Wesley T. The Complete Sermons Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. 4. Missouri, 1992. Print.

Myerson, Joel. Emerson And Thoreau: The Contemporary Reviews. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992. Print.

Myerson, Joel. Emerson And Thoreau: The Contemporary Reviews. Cambridge University Press, 1992. Print.

Myerson, Joel. “Emerson And The Hancock Sunday School”. ESP 3.ii (1992): 7. Print. Esp .

Newfield, Christopher. “Controlling The Voice: Emerson’s Early Theory Of Language”. ESQ 38 (1992): 1-29. Print. Esq .

O’Brien, David J. Isaac Hecker: An American Catholic. Paulist Press, 1992. Print.

O’Keefe, Richard R. “An Echo Of Emerson In Hawthorne’s ‘the Custom-House’?”. NHR 18.i (1992): 9-11. Print. Nhr .

O’Keefe, Richard R. “Scanning ‘hamatreya’: Emerson As Miltonic Prosodist”. ESP 3.ii (1992): 1-2. Print. Esp .

Peden, Creighton W. The Philosopher Of Free Religion: Francis Ellingwood Abbot, 1836-1903. Peter Lang, 1992. Print.

Poirier, Richard. Poetry And Pragmatism. Harvard University Press, 1992. Print.

Pütz, Manfred. “Dissenting Voices Of Consent: Margaret Fuller And Ralph Waldo Emerson On The Fourth Of July”. The Fourth Of July: Political Oratory And Literary Reactions, 1776-1876. Paul Goetsch & Hurm, Gerd. Narr, 1992. 167-84. Print. The Fourth Of July: Political Oratory And Literary Reactions, 1776-1876.

Reed, Sampson. Primary Source Materials For Emerson Studies. Dole George F. Swedenborg Foundation, 1992. Print.

Renehan, Edward J., Jr. John Burroughs: An American Naturalist. Chelsea Green Publishing, 1992. Print.

Robinson, David M. “Fields Of Investigation: Emerson And Natural History”. American Literature And Science. Robert J Scholnick. University Press of Kentucky , 1992. 94-109. Print. American Literature And Science.

Robinson, David. “Emerson, Thoreau, Fuller, And Transcendentalism”. ALS (1992): 3-20. Print. Als.

Robinson, David M. “The Road Not Taken: From Edwards, Through Chauncy, To Emerson”. ArQ 48 (1992): 45-61. Print. Arq .

Sealts, Merton M. Emerson On The Scholar. Columbia : University of Missouri Press, 1992. Print.

Sealts, Merton M. “Emerson Then And Now”. Wisconsin Academy Review 38 (1992): 29-32. Print. Wisconsin Academy Review.

Sealts, Merton M., Jr. Emerson On The Scholar. University of Missouri Press, 1992. Print.

Smith, David L. “Representative Emersons: Versions Of American Identity”. Religion and American Culture 2 (1992): 159-80. Print. Religion And American Culture .

Stack, George J. Nietzsche And Emerson: An Elective Affinity. Ohio University Press, 1992. Print.

Thoreau, Henry David. Journal, Volume 4: 1851-1852. Robert Sattelmeyer. Princeton University Press, 1992. Print.

Trauble, Horace. With Walt Whitman In Camden, Volume 7: July 7, 1890-February 10, 1891. Jeanne Chapman & MacIsaac, Robert. Vol. 7. Southern Illinois University Press, 1992. Print.

Tuerk, Richard. “Emerson’s ‘woodnotes’ Poems”. ATQ 6 (1992): 295-305. Print. Atq .

Wortham, Thomas. “Did Emerson Blackball Frederick Douglass From Membership In The Town And Country Club”. NEQ 65 (1992): 295-98. Print. Neq .

Zimmerman, Lee. “An Eye For An I: Emerson And Some ‘true’ Poems Of Robinson Jeffers, William Everson, Robert Penn Warren, And Adrienne Rich”. ConL 33 (1992): 645-64. Print. Conl .

1991

Bauer, Melanie L. “Emerson’s Acquaintance With Abijah Metcalf Ide, Jr.: Six Unpublished Emerson Letters”. RALS 17 (1991): 258-62. Print. Rals.

Bosco, Ronald A. The Complete Sermons Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. 3. 4 Vol. 1991. Print. The Complete Sermons Of Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson, Thoreau And The Orient—The Offices Of James Elliot Cabot”. ARLR 5 (1991): 211-22. Print. Arlr.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson’s Suppressed Lectures On France And The French Character—Some Reactions”. ARLR 5 (1991): 190-92. Print. Arlr.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. “Emerson’s Brahma Without Its Hindu Trappings”. ARLR 5 (1991): 57-94. Print. Arlr.

Carafiol, Peter. The American Ideal: Literary History As A Worldly Activity. Oxford, 1991. Print.

Colacurcio, Michael J. “Pleasing God: The Lucid Strife Of Emerson’s ‘address’”. ESQ 37 (1991): 141-212. Print. Esq.

Dedmond, Francis B. “The Selected Letters Of William Ellery Channing The Younger (Part Three)”. SAR (1991): 257-343. Print. Sar.

Delano, Sterling F. Brook Farm: A Retrospective And Celebration. Falvey Memorial Library, Villanova University, 1991. Print.

Gelpi, Donald L. Endless Seeker: The Religious Quest Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1991. Print.

Goodman, Russell B. American Philosophy And The Romantic Tradition. Cambridge University Press, 1991. Print.

Grusin, Richard A. Transcendentalist Hermeneutics: Institutional Authority And The Higher Criticism Of The Bible. Durham: Duke University Press, 1991. Print.

Harris, Kenneth Marc. “Emersonian Self-Reliance And The Self-Deception Theory”. P&L 15 (1991): 286-94. Print. P&l.

Hicks, David. “Seeker For He Knows Not What: Hawthorne’S Criticism Of Emerson In The Summer Of 1842”. NHR 17.i (1991): 1, 3-4. Print. Nhr.

Hodder, Alan D. “After A High Negative Way: Emerson’s Self-Reliance And The Rhetoric Of Conversion”. HTR 84 (1991): 423-46. Print. Htr.

Horwitz, Howard. By The Law Of Nature: Form And Value In Nineteenth-Century America. Oxford, 1991. Print.

Hurth, Elisabeth. “The Uses Of A Mystic Prophet: Emerson And Boehme”. PQ 70 (1991): 219-36. Print. Pq.

Lasch, Christopher. The True And Only Heaven: Progress And Its Critics. Norton , 1991. Print.

Ljungquist, Kent P, and ann. “Emerson Responds To A Critic: An Uncollected Letter”. AN&Q 4 (1991): 125-29. Print. An&q.

McNeeley, Trevor J. “Beyond Deconstruction: America, Style, And The Romantic Synthesis In Emerson.”. CJAS 22 (1991): 61-82. Print. Cjas.

Milder, Robert. “The American Scholar As Cultural Event”. Prospects 16 (1991): 119-47. Print. Prospects.

Newfield, Christopher J. “Loving Bondage: Emerson’S Ideal Relationships”. ATQ 5 (1991): 183-93. Print. Atq.

Newfield, Christopher J. “Emerson’s Corporate Individualism.”. AmLH 3 (1991): 657-84. Print. Amlh.

Oelschlaeger, Max. The Idea Of Wilderness: From Prehistory To The Age Of Ecology. Yale University Press, 1991. Print.

Oriard, Michael. Sporting With The Gods: The Rhetoric Of Play And Game In American Culture. Cambridge University Press, 1991. Print.

Porte, Joel. In Respect To Egotism: Studies In American Romantic Writing. Cambridge University Press, 1991. Print.

Quigley, Peter. “Rethinking Resistance: Nature As Opposed To Power In Emerson And Melville”. WVUPP 37 (1991): 39-51. Print. Wvupp.

Railton, Stephen. Authorship And Audience: Literary Performance In The American Renaissance. Princeton, 1991. Print.

Reynolds, Larry J. “Hawthorne And Emerson In The Old Manse.”. SNNTS 23 (1991): 60-81. Print. Snnts.

Roberson, Susan L. “Young Emerson And The Mantle Of Biography”. ATQ 5
 (1991): 151-68. Print. Atq.

Robinson, David M. “Emerson, Thoreau, And Transcendentalism”. ALS (1991): 3-18. Print. Als.

Stack, George J. “Emerson And Nietzsche: Fate And Existence.”. NCP 19 (1991): n. pag. Print. Ncp.

Stack, George J. “Nietzsche’S Antinomianism”. Nietzsche-Studien 20 (1991): 109-33. Print. Nietzsche-Studien.

Tilton, Eleanor M. The Letters Of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Volume 8, 1845-1859. Columbia, 1991. Print.

Trofimov, Alexander. “Emerson Studies In The Ussr”. ESP 2.i (1991): 1-2. Print. Esp.

Urschel, Linda K. “Emerson’s The Snow Storm”. Expl 50.i (1991): 15. Print. Expl .

Von Frank, Albert J. “On A Line In Boston”. ESP 2.ii (1991): n. pag. Print. Esp.

Whelan, Richard, and Ralph Waldo Emerson. Self-Reliance: The Wisdom Of Ralph Waldo Emerson As Inspiration For Daily Living. Bell Tower, 1991. Print.

Williams, John B. White Fire: The Influence Of Emerson On Melville. Long Beach: California State University, Long Beach, 1991. Print.

Wilson, Jackson R. “Emerson’s Nature: A Materialistic Reading”. Subject To History: Ideology, Class, Gender. David Simpson. Cornell University Press, 1991. 119-42. Print. Subject To History: Ideology, Class, Gender.

Woodall, Guy. “The Record Of A Friendship: The Letters Of Convers Francis To Frederic Henry Hedge In Bangor And Providence, 1835-1850.”. SAR (1991): 1-57. Print. Sar.

1990

Brooks, Paul. The People Of Concord: One Year In The Flowering Of New England. Chester, Conn: Globe Pequot Press, 1990. Print.

Edmundson, Mark. Towards Reading Freud: Self-Creation In Milton, Wordsworth, Emerson, And Sigmund Freud. Princeton, 1990. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Topical Notebooks Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Ralph H. Orth. 3 Vol. Columbia and London: University of Missouri Press, 1990. Print.

Gougeon, Len. Virtue’s Hero: Emerson, Antislavery, And Reform. University of Georgia Press, 1990. Print.

Jacobson, David. “Vision’s Imperative: ‘Self-Reliance’ And The Command To See Things As They Are”. SIR 29 (1990): 555-70. Print. Sir.

Lapeyrouse, Stephen Ludger. Towards The Spiritual Convergence Of America And Russia. Published by the Author, 1990. Print.

Robinson, David M. “Emerson, Thoreau, And Transcendentalism”. ALS (1990): 3-19. Print. Als.

Trofimov, Alexander. “The Impact Of Emerson’S Writings In Russia”. ESP 1.ii (1990): 3-4. Print. Esp.

Van Cromphout, Gustaaf. Emerson’S Modernity And The Example Of Goethe. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1990. Print.

1989

Barish, Evelyn. Emerson: The Roots Of Prophesy. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1989. Print.

Barish, Evelyn. Emerson In Italy. New York: Henry Holt, 1989. Print.

Cayton, Mary Kupiec. Emerson’S Emergence: Self And Society In The Transformation Of New England. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1989. Print.

Hodder, Alan D. Emerson’s Rhetoric Of Revelation: Nature, The Reader, And The Apocalypse Within. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1989. Print.

Mott, Wesley T. “The Strains Of Eloquence”: Emerson And His Sermons. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1989. Print.

Robinson, David M. “Emerson, Thoreau, And Transcendentalism”. ALS (1989): 3-18. Print. Als.

1988

Buell, Lawrence. ““The Transcendentalists,” Columbia Literary History Of The United States”. Emory Elliot. New York: Columbia University Press, 1988. 364-378. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. On Emerson: The Best From American Literature. Edwin Cady & Budd, Louis J. Durham: Duke University Press, 1988. Print.

Michael, John. Emerson And Skepticism: The Cipher Of The World. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1988. Print.

Myerson, Joel. The American Transcendentalists. . Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1988. Print.

Packer, Barbara, and Emory Elliot. “Ralph Waldo Emerson”. Columbia Literary History Of The United States. New York: Columbia University Press, 1988. 381-398. Print. Columbia Literary History Of The United States.

Rosenwald, Lawrence. Emerson And The Art Of The Diary. New York: Oxford University Press, 1988. Print.

1987

Carpenter, Delores Bird. The Selected Letters Of Lidian Jackson Emerson. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1987. Print.

Gonnaud, Maurice. An Uneasy Solitude: Individual And Society In The Work Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Lawrence Rosenwald. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1987. Print.

Hochfield, George. ““New England Transcendentalism,” American Literature To 1900”. New York: Peter Bedrick Books, 1987. 135-168. Print.

Poirier, Richard. The Renewal Of Literature: Emersonian Reflections. New York: Random House, 1987. Print.

Simmons, Nancy Craig. “”philosophical Biographer: James Elliot Cabot And A Memoir Of Ralph Waldo Emerson,” Studies In The American Renaissance 1987”. Studies In The American Renaissance 1987. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1987. pp. 365-392. Print. Studies In The American Renaissance 1987.

1986

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Emerson And His Legacy: Essays In Honor Of Quentin Anderson. Stephen Donadio. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1986. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Poetry Notebooks Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Ralph H. Orth. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1986. Print.

Lange, Lou Ann. The Riddle Of Liberty: Emerson On Alienation, Freedom, And Obedience. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1986. Print.

Pütz, Manfred. Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Bibliography Of Twentieth-Century Criticism. New York: Peter Lang, 1986. Print.

Van Leer, David. Emerson’S Epistemology: The Argument Of The Major Essays. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1986. Print.

1985

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Harold Bloom. New York: Chelsea House, 1985. Print.

Burkholder, Robert E, and Joel Myerson. Emerson: An Annotated Secondary Bibliography. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1985. Print.

1984

Burkholder, Robert E, and Joel Myerson. “Ralph Waldo Emerson, The Transcendentalists: A Review Of Research And Criticism”. The Transcendentalists: A Review Of Research And Criticism. Joel Myerson. New York: Modern Language Association, 1984. pp. 135-166. Print. The Transcendentalists: A Review Of Research And Criticism.

Ellison, Julie. Emerson’S Romantic Style. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984. Print.

Hughes, Gertrude Reif. Emerson’S Demanding Optimism. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1984. Print.

Loewenberg, Robert J. An American Idol: Emerson And The “Jewish Idea” . Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1984. Print.

McAleer, John. Ralph Waldo Emerson: Days Of Encounter. Boston: Little, Brown, 1984. Print.

Myerson, Joel. The Transcendentalists: A Review Of Research And Criticism. New York: Modern Language Association, 1984. Print.

1983

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Critical Essays On Ralph Waldo Emerson. Robert E Burkholder & Myerson, Joel. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1983. Print.

Fischer, David Hackett. The Social History Of A New England Town 1750-1850. Waltham, Mass.: Brandeis University, 1983. Print.

Hutch, Richard A. Emerson’S Optics: Biographical Process And The Dawn Of Religious Leadership. Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, 1983. Print.

Simmons, Nancy Craig. “”arranging The Sibylline Leaves: James Elliot Cabot’s Work As Emerson’s Literary Executor,” Studies In The American Renaissance 1983”. Studies In The American Renaissance 1983. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1983. pp. 335-389. Print. Studies In The American Renaissance 1983.

1982

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Journals And Miscellaneous Notebooks Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. William H. Gilman, Ralph H. Orth. 16 Vol. Cambridge : Harvard University Press, 1982. Print.

Gregg, Edith EW. The Letters Of Ellen Tucker Emerson. 2 Vol. Kent: Kent State University Press, 1982. Print.

Gura, Philip F, and Joel Myerson. Critical Essays On American Transcendentalism. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1982. Print.

Ihrig, Mary Alice. Emerson’S Transcendental Vocabulary. New York: Garland, 1982. Print.

Loving, Jerome. Emerson, Whitman, And The American Muse. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1982. Print.

Myerson, Joel. Emerson Centenary Essays. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1982. Print.

Myerson, Joel. Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Descriptive Bibliography. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1982. Print.

Neufeldt, Leonard. The House Of Emerson. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1982. Print.

Packer, Barbara. Emerson’s Fall: A New Interpretation Of The Major Essays. New York: Continuum, 1982. Print.

Porte, Joel. Emerson: Prospect And Retrospect. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1982. Print.

Robinson, David. Apostle Of Culture: Emerson As Preacher And Lecturer. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 1982. Print.

Yannella, Donald. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Boston: Twayne, 1982. Print.

1981

Allen, Gay Wilson. Waldo Emerson: A Biography. New York: Viking, 1981. Print.

Cheyfitz, Eric. The Trans-Parent: Sexual Politics In The Language Of Emerson. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1981. Print.

Irey, Eugene F. A Concordance To Five Essays Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. New York: Garland, 1981. Print.

Porter, Carolyn. Seeing And Being: The Plight Of The Participant Observer In Emerson, James, Adams, And Faulkner. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 1981. Print.

Rose, Anne C. Transcendentalism As A Social Movement 1830-1850. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1981. Print.

Thurin, Erik Ingvar. Emerson As Priest Of Pan: A Study In The Metaphysics Of Sex. Lawrence: Regents Press of Kansas, 1981. Print.

1980

Asselineau, Roger. The Transcendentalist Constant In American Literature. New York: New York University Press, 1980. Print.

Emerson, Ellen Tucker. The Life Of Lidian Jackson Emerson. Delores Bird Carpenter. Boston: Twayne, 1980. Print.

Leary, Lewis. Ralph Waldo Emerson: An Interpretive Essay. Boston: Twayne, 1980. Print.

Myerson, Joel. The New England Transcendentalists And The Dial: A History Of The Magazine And Its Contributors. Rutherford, New Jersey: Farleigh Dickinson University Press, 1980. Print.

Rao, Adapa Ramakrishna. Emerson And Social Reform. Atlantic Highlands, N.J.: Humanities Press, 1980. Print.

Simmons, Nancy Craig. “man Without A Shadow: The Life And Work Of James Elliot Cabot, Emerson’s Biographer And Literary Executor,”. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1980. Print.

1979

Oehlschlaeger, Fritz, and George Hendrick. Towards The Making Of Thoreau’S Modern Reputation: Selected Correspondence Of S. A. Jones. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1979. Print.

Porte, Joel. Representative Man: Ralph Waldo Emerson In His Time. New York: Oxford University Press, 1979. Print.

Sealts, Merton M., Jr., and Alfred R Ferguson. Emerson’S “Nature”–Origin, Growth, Meaning. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1979. Print.

Stoehr, Taylor. Nay-Saying In Concord: Emerson, Alcott, And Thoreau. Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, 1979. Print.

1978

Harris, Kenneth Marc. Carlyle And Emerson: Their Long Debate. Harvard University Press, 1978. Print.

Porter, David. Emerson And Literary Change. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1978. Print.

Scheick, William J. The Slender Human Word: Emerson’S Artistry In Prose. Knoxville: University of Tennessee, 1978. Print.

Yoder, RA. Emerson And The Orphic Poet In America. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1978. Print.

1977

Albanese, Catherine. Corresponding Motion: Transcendental Religion And The New America. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1977. Print.

Flower, Elizabeth. ““Transcendentalism,” A History Of Philosophy In America”. Vol. 1. 2 Vol. New York: Putnams, 1977. 397-435. Print.

Hendrick, George. Remembrances Of Concord And The Thoreaus: Letters Of Horace Hosmer To Dr. S. A. Jones. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1977. Print.

Thomas, Amelia Forbes. The Letters And Journals Of Waldo Emerson Forbes. Philadelphia: Dorrance, 1977. Print.

1976

Ekhtiar, Mansure. Emerson And Persia. Tehran: Iran University Press, 1976. Print.

1975

Kaplan, Nathan, and Thomas Katsaros. The Origins Of American Transcendentalism In Philosophy And Mysticism. New Haven: College and University Press, 1975. Print.

Koster, Donald N. Transcendentalism In America. Boston: Twayne, 1975. Print.

Levin, David. Emerson: Prophecy, Metamorphosis, And Influence. New York: Columbia University Press, 1975. Print.

1974

Boller, Paul F. American Transcendentalism, 1830-1860: An Intellectual Inquiry. New York: Putnams, 1974. Print.

Thurin, Erik Ingvar. The Universal Autobiography Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Lund, Sweden: C. W. K. Gleerup, 1974. Print.

Wagenknecht, Edward. Ralph Waldo Emerson: Portrait Of A Balanced Soul. New York: Oxford University Press, 1974. Print.

Waggoner, Hyatt H. Emerson As A Poet. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1974. Print.

1973

Barbour, Brian M. American Transcendentalism: An Anthology Of Criticism. Brian M. Barbour. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1973. Print.

Buell, Lawrence. Literary Transcendentalism: Style And Vision In The American Renaissance. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1973. Print.

Duncan, Jeffrey L. The Power And Form Of Emerson’S Thought. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1973. Print.

Neufeldt, Leonard Nick. Ralph Waldo Emerson: New Appraisals. Hartford, Conn.: Transcendental Books, 1973. Print.

Staebler, Warren. Ralph Waldo Emerson. New York: Twayne, 1973. Print.

1972

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. Emerson The Essayist. Hartford, Conn.: Transcendental Books, 1972. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Early Lectures Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Stephen E. Whicher, Robert E. Spiller, and Wallace E. Williams. 3 Vol. Cambridge : Harvard University Press, 1972. Print.

Emerson, Amelia Forbes. Diary And Letters Of William Emerson 1743-1776. Boston: Thomas Todd, 1972. Print.

Konvitz, Milton R. Ralph Waldo Emerson Dan Ses Textes: Rhétorique Et Philosophie. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1972. Print.

1971

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Emerson’S Relevance Today: A Symposium. Eric W Carlson & Dameron, Lasley J. Hartford, Conn.: Transcendental Books, 1971. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Collected Works Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. 8 Vol. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1971. Print.

1969

Bode, Carl. Ralph Waldo Emerson: A Profile. New York: Hill and Wang, 1969. Print.

Gittleman, Edwin. The Minor And Later Transcendentalists: A Symposium. Hartford, Conn.: Transcendental Books, 1969. Print.

Sealts, Merton M., Jr., and Alfred R Ferguson. Emerson’S “Nature”–Origin, Growth, Meaning. New York: Dodd, Mead, 1969. Print.

1968

Kennedy, Gail. The Transcendentalist Revolt Against Materialism. Revised. Boston: D. C. Heath, 1968. Print.

1967

Harding, Walter. Emerson’S Library. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1967. Print.

Pommer, Henry F. Emerson’s First Marriage. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1967. Print.

Wheeler, Ruth. Concord: Climate For Freedom. Concord: Concord Antiquarian Society. 1967. Print.

1966

Porte, Joel. Emerson And Thoreau: Transcendentalists In Conflict. Wesleyan University Press, 1966. Print.

Simon, Myron, and Thorton H Parsons. Transcendentalism And Its Legacy. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1966. Print.

Sowder, William L. Emerson’S Impact Of The British Isles And Canada. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1966. Print.

1964

Bishop, Jonathan. Emerson On The Soul. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1964. Print.

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. Emerson’S Workshop: An Analysis Of His Reading In Periodicals Through 1836 . Hartford: Transcendental Books, 1964. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Correspondence Of Emerson And Carlyle. Joseph Slater. New York and London: Columbia University Press, 1964. Print.

1963

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. Index-Concordance To Emerson’S Sermons, With Homiletical Papers. 2 Vol. Hartford, Conn.: Transcendental Books, 1963. Print.

1962

Emerson, Ellen Louisa Tucker. One First Love: The Letters Of Ellen Louisa Tucker To Ralph Waldo Emerson. Edith W Gregg. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1962. Print.

1962

Konvitz, Milton R. Emerson: A Collection Of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1962. Print.

1961

Charvat, William. Emerson’s American Lecture Engagements: A Chronological List. New York: New York Public Library, 1961. Print.

Kleinfield, HL. “”the Structure Of Emerson’s Death,” Bulletin Of The New York Public Library”. 1961. 47-64. Print.

Nicoloff, Philip L. Emerson On Race And History: An Examination Of English Traits. New York: Columbia University Press, 1961. Print.

1960

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Journals Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Edward Waldo Emerson and Waldo Emerson Forbes. 10 Vol. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1960. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Dante’S Vita Nuova: Translated By Ralph Waldo Emerson. New Edition. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina, 1960. Print.

1957

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Dante’S Vita Nuova: Translated By Ralph Waldo Emerson. J. Chesley Mathews. Boston: Ralph Waldo Emerson Memorial Association , 1957. Print.

Whicher, Stephen E. Selections From Ralph Waldo Emerson. Stephen E Whicher. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1957. Print.

1955

Vogel, Stanley M. German Literary Influences On The American Transcendentalists. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1955. Print.

1954

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Indian Superstition. Hanover, N.H.: Friends of the Dartmouth Library, 1954. Print.

Kern, Alexander C. “The Rise Of Transcendentalism, 1815-1860”. Harry Hayden Clark. Durham: Duke University Press, 1954. 247-314. Print.

1953

Carpenter, Frederic Ives. Emerson Handbook. New York: Hendricks House, 1953. Print.

Whicher, Stephen E. Freedom And Fate: An Inner Life Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1953. Print.

1952

Paul, Sherman. Emerson’s Angle Of Vision: Man And Nature In American Experience. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1952. Print.

1951

Hopkins, Vivian C. Spires Of Form: A Study Of Emerson’S Aesthetic Theory. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1951. Print.

1950

Miller, Perry. The Transcendentalists: An Anthology. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1950. Print.

1949

Rusk, Ralph L. The Life Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. New York: Scribners, 1949. Print.

Whicher, George F. The Transcendentalist Revolt Against Materialism. Boston: D. C. Heath, 1949. Print.

1948

Pochmann, Henry A. New England Transcendentalism And St. Louis Hegelianism. Philadelphia: Carl Schurz Foundation, 1948. Print.

1947

Scudder, Townsend. Concord: American Town. Boston: Little, Brown, 1947. Print.

1945

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. Emerson The Essayist. 2 Vol. Raleigh, N.C.: Thistle Press, 1945. Print.

1941

Cameron, Kenneth Walter. Emerson’S Reading. rev. ed., Hartford: Transcendental Books, 1962th ed. Raleigh, N.C.: Thistle Press, 1941. Print.

Engel, Mary Miller. I Remember The Emersons. Los Angeles: Times-Mirror, 1941. Print.

1939

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Letters Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Ralph L. Rusk and Eleanor M. Tilton. 10 Vol. New York: Columbia University Press, 1939. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Letters Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Ralph L. Rusk and Eleanor M. Tilton. 10 Vol. New York: Columbia University Press, 1939. Print.

1939

Swayne, Josephine Latham. The Story Of Concord Told By Concord Writers. Boston: Meador, 1939. Print.

1938

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Young Emerson Speaks: Unpublished Discourses On Many Subjects. Arthur Cushman McGiffert, Jr. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1938. Print.

1936

Scudder, Townsend. The Lonely Wayfaring Man: Emerson And Some Englishmen. London: Oxford University Press, 1936. Print.

1935

Zink, Harriet Rodgers. “Emerson’S Use Of The Bible,” University Of Nebraska Studies In Language, Literature, And Criticism”. 1935. pp. 5-75. Print.

1934

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. A Letter Of Emerson. William Reed. Boston: Beacon Press, 1934. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Emerson-Clough Letters. Hioward F. Lowry and Ralph Leslie Rusk . Cleveland: Rowfant Club, 1934. Print.

1932

Christy, Arthur. The Orient In American Transcendentalism. New York: Columbia University Press, 1932. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Uncollected Lectures. Clarence Gohdes. New York: William Edwin Rudge, 1932. Print.

Hubbell, George Shelton. A Concordance To The Poems Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. New York: H. W. Wilson, 1932. Print.

1931

Perry, Bliss. Emerson Today. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1931. Print.

1930

Carpenter, Frederic Ives. Emerson And Asia. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1930. Print.

1926

Brown, Mary Hosmer. Memories Of Concord. Boston: Four Seas, 1926. Print.

1921

Snider, Denton J. A Biography Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. St. Louis: William Harvey Miner, 1921. Print.

1915

Firkins, OW. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1915. Print.

1912

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Uncollected Writings. New York: Lamb Publishing Company, 1912. Print.

1910

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Records Of A Lifelong Friendship. Horace Howard Furness. Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1910. Print.

1907

Woodberry, George Edward. Ralph Waldo Emerson. New York: Macmillan, 1907. Print.

1906

Swayne, Josephine Latham. The Story Of Concord Told By Concord Writers. Boston: E. F. Worcester, 1906. Print.

1903

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Correspondence Between Ralph Waldo Emerson And Herman Grimm, Ed. Frederick William Holls. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin, 1903. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Printed Copy Of Sermon Preached By Ralph Waldo Emerson On The Death Of George Adams Sampson 1834. 1903. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Tantalus. F.B. Sanborn. Canton, Penn: Kirgate Press, 1903. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Complete Works Of Ralph Waldo Emerson [The Centenary Edition],. Edward Waldo Emerson. 12 Vol. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1903. Print.

Sanborn, FB. The Personality Of Emerson. Boston: George E. Goodspeed, 1903. Print.

1901

Albee, John. Remembrances Of Emerson. New York: Robert G. Cooke, 1901. Print.

Sanborn, Frank B. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Boston: Small, Maynard, 1901. Print.

1900

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Emerson’s Complete Works [The Riverside Edition]. 12 Vol. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1900. Print.

1899

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Letters From Ralph Waldo Emerson To A Friend. English. London: A. P., Watt & Son, 1899. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Letters From Ralph Waldo Emerson To A Friend. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin, 1899. Print.

1897

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. A Correspondence Between John Sterling And Ralph Waldo Emerson. Edward Waldo Emerson. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin, 1897. Print.

1896

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Two Unpublished Essays. The Character Of Socrates. The Present State Of Ethical Philosophy. Edward Everett Hale. Boston: Lamson, Wolffe, 1896. Print.

1895

Stearns, Frank Preston. Sketches From Concord And Appledore. New York: Putnams, 1895. Print.

1893

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Natural History Of Intellect And Other Papers. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin, 1893. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Natural History Of Intellect And Other Papers. London: George Routledge & Sons, 1893. Print.

1890

Woodbury, Charles J. Talks With Ralph Waldo Emerson. New York: Baker and Taylor, 1890. Print.

1889

Emerson, Edward Waldo. Emerson In Concord. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1889. Print.

1888

Garnett, Richard. Life Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. London: Walter Scott, 1888. Print.

1887

Cabot, James Elliot. A Memoir Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. 2 Vol. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1887. Print.

1886

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Correspondence Of Thomas Carlyle And Ralph Waldo Emerson: Supplementary Letters. Charles Eliot Norton. Boston: Ticknor, 1886. Print.

Haskins, David Greene. Ralph Waldo Emerson: His Maternal Ancestors. Boston: Cupples, Upham, 1886. Print.

1885

Sanborn, FB. The Genius And Character Of Emerson: Lectures At The Concord School Of Philosophy. Boston: James R. Osgood, 1885. Print.

1884

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Lectures And Biographical Sketches. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin, 1884. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Senses And The Soul, And Moral Sentiment In Religion: Two Essays. London: Foulger, 1884. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Miscellanies. London: George Routledge and Sons, 1884. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Lectures And Biographical Sketches. London: George Routledge and Sons, 1884. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Miscellanies. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin, 1884. Print.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1884. Print.

Thayer, James Bradley. A Western Journey With Mr. Emerson. Boston: Little, Brown, 1884. Print.

1883

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Correspondence Of Thomas Carlyle And Ralph Waldo Emerson. English. 2 Vol. London: Chatto and Windus, 1883. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Correspondence Of Thomas Carlyle And Ralph Waldo Emerson. Charles Eliot Norton. 2 Vol. Boston: James R. Osgood, 1883. Print.

1882

Conway, Moncure Daniel. Emerson At Home And Abroad. Boston: James R. Osgood, 1882. Print.

1882

Ireland, Alexander. In Memoriam. Ralph Waldo Emerson. London: Simpkin, Marshall, 1882. Print.

Ireland, Alexander. Ralph Waldo Emerson: His Life, Genius, And Writings. London: Simpkin, Marshall, 1882. Print.

1881

Cooke, George Willis. Ralph Waldo Emerson: His Life, Writings, And Philosophy. Boston: James R. Osgood, 1881. Print.

1880

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Preacher. Boston: George H. Ellis, 1880. Print.

1879

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Prose Works Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. 3. 3 Vol. Boston: Houghton, Osgood Imprint, 1879. Print.

1878

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Fortune Of The Republic. Boston: Houghton, Osgood, 1878. Print.

1876

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Letters And Social Aims. English . London: Chatto and Windus, 1876. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Letters And Social Aims. Boston: James R. Osgood, 1876. Print.

Frothingham, Octavius Brooks. Transcendentalism In America: A History. New York: Putnams, 1876. Print.

1872

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Remarks On The Character . 1872. Print.

1870

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Prose Works Of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Vol. 1-2. 3 Vol. Boston: Fields, Osgood, 1870. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Society And Solitude. English. London: Sampson Low, Son, & Marston, 1870. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Society And Solitude. Boston: Fields, Osgood, 1870. Print.

1867

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. May-Day And Other Pieces. English. London: George Routledge and Sons, 1867. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. May-Day And Other Pieces. London: Ticknor and Fields, 1867. Print.

1860

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Conduct Of Life. English. London: Smith, Elder, 1860. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Conduct Of Life. Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1860. Print.

1856

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. English Traits. English. London: Knight and Son, 1856. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. English Traits. English. London: G. Routledge, 1856. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Miscellanies; Embracing Nature, Addresses, And Lectures. Boston: Phillips Sampson, 1856. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. English Traits. Boston: Phillips, Sampson, 1856. Print.

1850

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Representative Men. Boston: Phillips, Sampson, 1850. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Representative Men. English. London: George Routledge, 1850. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Representative Men. English. London: John Chapman, 1850. Print.

1849

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Nature; Addresses, And Lectures. Boston: James Munroe, 1849. Print.

1849

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Nature. Boston: James Munroe, 1849. Print.

1847

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Essays: First Series. Boston: James Munroe, 1847. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Poems. American. Boston: James Munroe, 1847. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Poems. London: Chapman Brothers, 1847. Print.

1844

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Nature; An Essay. And Lectures On The Times. London: H. G. Clarke, 1844. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Young American. London: John Chapman, 1844. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Essays: Second Series. English. Boston: John Munroe, 1844. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Emancipation Of The Negroes In The British West Indies. An Address Delivered At Concord, Massachusetts, On 1St August, 1844. English. London: John Chapman, 1844. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Orations, Lectures, And Address. London: H. G. Clarke, 1844. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Essays: Second Series. Boston: James Munroe, 1844. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. An Address Delivered In The Court-House In Concord, Massachusetts, On 1St August, 1844, On The Anniversary Of The Emancipation Of The Negroes In The British West Indies. 1844: James Munroe, 1844. Print.

1842

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Man The Reformer. London: Simpkin, Marshall; Bolton: H. Bradbury, 1842. Print.

1841

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Essays [First Series]. Boston: James Munroe, 1841. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The Method Of Nature. An Oration, Delivered Before The Society Of The Adelphi, In Waterville College, In Maine, August 11, 1841. Boston: Samuel G. Simpkins, 1841. Print.

1838

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. An Oration Delivered Before The Literary Societies Of Dartmouth College, July 21, 1838. Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown, 1838. Print.

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. An Address Delivered Before The Senior Class In Divinity College, Cambridge, Sunday Evening, 15 July, 1838. Boston: James Munroe, 1838. Print.

1837

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. An Oration, Delivered Before The Phi Beta Kappa Society, At Cambridge, August 31, 1837. Boston: James Munroe, 1837. Print.

1836

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Nature. Boston: James Munroe, 1836. Print.

1835

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. A Historical Discourse, Delivered Before The Citizens Of Concord, 12Th September 1835. On The Second Centennial Anniversary Of The Incorporation Of The Town. Concord, Ma: F. Bemis, 1835. Print.

1832

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Letter From The Rev. R. W. Emerson, To The Second Church And Society. Boston: I. R. Butts, 1832. Print.

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Huso, Deborah R. “An Empowering Essayist: Encouraging Personal Growth And Individuality, Ralph Waldo Emerson Was A Thought Leader For 19Th Century Americans”.0 Print.

Mikics, David. The Annotated Emerson. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. Print.