The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson - by R.W. Emerson Institute, Jim Manley, Director -

Category XI – Miscellanies

The final volume of the Complete Works, Miscellanies, gathers together a diverse and unrelated selection of lectures and essays. Of particular importance is "The Lord’s Supper," Emerson’s final sermon as Junior Minister of the Second Church in Boston. Also of interest is the "Historical Discourse in Concord,"  which  traces the important history of the town in American history.  Also, "The Fugitive Slave Law" represents Emerson’s emergence as an active participant in the anti-slavery movement in America.

The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson