Emerson's Nature: Origin, Growth, Meaning

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Merton M. Sealts, Alfred Riggs Ferguson
Southern Illinois University Press, 1979 - 225 pages
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This new printing adds Orestes A. Brownson's 1836 review of Nature and three essays representing Emerson schol­arship of the 1970s: Merton M. Sealts, Jr., on ?The Composition of Nature”; Barry Wood's PMLA article of 1976 on Coleridgean elements in Nature; and Barbara Packer on ?Emerson's Cos­mogony in ?Prospects.'” The essays by Professors Sealts and Packer appear for the first time in this volume.

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Nature
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The Later Nineteenth Century 18621898
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