The Selected Letters of Ralph Waldo Emerson
In 1939 Columbia University Press published the acclaimed first volume of The Letters of Ralph Waldo Emerson, which presented a deeply personal portrait of the real Emerson, previously unknown to the American public. Through these letters readers gained a new insight into the mind of this seminal figure in American literary and intellectual history. Now, for the first time, readers can find Emerson's best letters distilled in one volume. Distinguished Emerson scholar Joel Myerson has selected 350 letters written between 1813 and 1880 that best represents the scope of Emerson's correspondence.
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From the 4500 letters Emerson wrote during his long career and which Ralph L. Rusk first began publishing free of cosmetic editing only in 1939, Myerson, former president of the Ralph Waldo Emerson ... Celotno mnenje
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