Emerson the Essayist: An Outline of His Philosophical Development Through 1836 with Special Emphasis on the Sources and Interpretation of Nature, Also Bibliographical Appendices of General and Special Interest to Students of American Literature, Emphasizing Thoreau, Emerson, the Boston Library Society, and Selected Documents of New England Transcendentalism, Volume 1
Transcendental Books, 1972 - 24 pages
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