Volumes VII – XII

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Vol VII – Society and Solitude  Chapter I  Society and Solitude 

 Chapter II  Civilization
 Chapter III  Art
 Chapter IV  Eloquence
 Chapter V  Domestic Life
 Chapter VI  Farming
 Chapter VII  Works and Days
 Chapter VIII  Books
 Chapter IX  Clubs
 Chapter X Courage
 Chapter XI Success
 Chapter XII  Old Age

Vol VIII – Letters and Social Aims

 Poetry and Imagination
 Social Aims
 Eloquence
 Resources
 The Comic
 Quotation and Originality
 Progress of Culture
 Persian Poetry
 Inspiration
 Greatness
 Immortality

Vol IX – Poems

Vol X – Lectures and Biographical Sketches

 Demonology
 Aristocracy
 Perpetual Forces
 Character
 Education
 The Superlative
 The Sovereignty of Ethics
 The Preacher
 The Man of Letters
 The Scholar
 Plutarch
 Life and Letters in New England
 Ezra Ripley, D. D.
 Chardon Street Convention
 Mary Moody Emerson
 Samuel Hoar
 Thoreau
 Carlyle
 George L. Stearns

Vol XI – Miscellanies

 The Lord’s Supper
 Historical Discourse at Concord
 Emancipation in the British West Indies
 War
 The Fugitive Slave Law
 Dedication of the Soldiers’ Monument in Concord
 Woman
 The Fortune of the Republic
 Letter to President Van Buren
 The Assault Upon Mr. Sumner
 Speech on Affairs in Kansas
 John Brown–Speech at Boston
 John Brown–Speech at Salem
 Theodore Parker
 American Civilization
 The Emancipation Proclamation
 Abraham Lincoln
 Harvard Commeroration Speech
 Editors’ Address
 Address to Kossuth
 Consecration of Sleepy Hollow Cemetary
 Robert Burns
 Shakespeare
 Humboldt
 Walter Scott
 Speech at Banquet in Honor of Chinese Embassy
 Remarks at Organization of Free Religious Association
 Speech at Second Annual Meeting of Free Religious Association
 Address at Opening of Concord Free Public Library

Vol XII – Natural History of the Intellect

 Natural History of Intellect
 The celebration of Intellect
 Country Life
 Concord Walks
 Boston
 Michael Angelo
 Milton
 Art and Criticism

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