American Renaissance: Art and Expression in the Age of Emerson and Whitman

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Oxford University Press, 1968 M12 31 - 720 pages
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Contents

ILLUSTRATIONS
NOTE ON THE ILLUSTRATIONS
BOOK ONEFrom Emerson to Thoreau
IIN THE OPTATIVE MOOD
IITHE ACTUAL GLORY
IIITHE METAPHYSICAL STRAIN
IV THE ORGANIC PRINCIPLE
BOOK TWOHawthorne
BOOK THREEMelville
IX MOMENT OF TRANSITION
X THE REVENGERS TRAGEDY
XI THE TROUBLED MIND
XII REASSERTION OF THE HEART
BOOK FOURWhitman
XIII ONLY A LANGUAGE EXPERIMENT
5 Landscapes projected masculine fullsized and golden

VTHE VISION OF EVIL
VIPROBLEM OF THE ARTIST AS NEW ENGLANDER
VIIALLEGORY AND SYMBOLISM
VIIIA DARK NECESSITY
XIV MAN IN THE OPEN AIR
Chronology
Index
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