Annual Bibliography 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.

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. Prospect.

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.

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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.

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 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.

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

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

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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

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

Mott, Wesley T. The American Renaissance In New England: Third Series. Vol. 235. Gale Group, 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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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 Fiery Tent”. SHR 34 (2000): 305-27. Print.

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

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

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

• Conron, John. American Picturesque. Penn State University Press, 2000. Print.

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