Four Makers of the American Mind, Emerson, Thoreau, Whitman, and Melville: A Bicentennial Tribute : New Essays
Duke University Press, 1976 - 82 pages
Based on papers presented at a symposium at Hampden-Sydney College, Virginia, in April 1975.
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