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II - Essays I

Volume II – Essays I, First Series (1841)

  1. History RWE.org Audio Essays
  2. Self-Reliance RWE.org Audio Essays
  3. Compensation RWE.org Audio Essays
  4. Spiritual Laws RWE.org Audio Essays
  5. Love RWE.org Audio Essays
  6. Friendship RWE.org Audio Essays
  7. Prudence RWE.org Audio Essays
  8. Heroism RWE.org Audio Essays
  9. The Over-Soul RWE.org Audio Essays
  10. Circles RWE.org Audio Essays
  11. Intellect RWE.org Audio Essays
  12. Art RWE.org Audio Essays

 

 

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I - Nature, Addresses & Lectures

Vol I – Nature, Addresses & Lectures (1836)

Nature: Introduction RWE.org Audio Essays
(Glossary for Emerson’s Nature)
Chapter I. Nature RWE.org Audio Essays
Chapter II. Commodity RWE.org Audio Essays
Chapter III. Beauty RWE.org Audio Essays
Chapter IV. Language RWE.org Audio Essays
Chapter V. Discipline RWE.org Audio Essays
Chapter VI. Idealism RWE.org Audio Essays
Chapter VII. Spirit
Chapter VIII. Prospects RWE.org Audio Essays

The American Scholar RWE.org Audio Essays
The Young American
The Conservative
Divinity School Address

Literary Ethics
The Method of Nature
Man the Reformer
Introductory Lecture on the Times
The Transcendentalist

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Reminiscences of Ralph Waldo Emerson By Louisa May Alcott

Reminiscences of Ralph Waldo Emerson
By Louisa May Alcott

Reminiscences of Ralph Waldo Emerson

A s I count it the greatest honor and happiness of my life to have known Mr. Emerson, I gladly accede to a request for such recollections as may be of interest to the young readers for whom I write.

My first remembrance is of the morning when I was sent to inquire for little Waldo, then lying very ill.

His father came to me so worn with watching and changed by sorrow that I was startled, and could only stammer out my message.

“Child, he is dead,” was his answer.