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Philothea : or, Plato against Epicurus : a novel of the Transcendental Movement in New England

Author: Lydia Maria Child; Kenneth Walter Cameron; Frances Wright
Publisher: Hartford : Transcendental Books, ©1975.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Child, Lydia Maria, 1802-1880.
Philothea.
Hartford : Transcendental Books, ©1975
(OCoLC)755194597
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lydia Maria Child; Kenneth Walter Cameron; Frances Wright
OCLC Number: 2008106
Description: 169 leaves : illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: Genesis and backgrounds of Mrs. Child's Philothea. --
Notes on two hellenic romances. --
A few days in Athens (in twelve chapters: London, 1822). --
Defining the American transcendental novel. --
Philothea (1836): title page, dedication and preface. --
Philothea (1845): the complete romance. --
Thoreau's extracts from Philothea made during his senior year at Harvard. --
A few days in Athens (with chapters XIII through XVI: London, 1835). --
Liberal publications marketed with Fanny Wright's book. --
Higginson, T.W. Lydia Maria Child: a biographical chapter. --
Cornelius Conway Felton on Philothea in the North American review. --
Edgar Allan Poe on Philothea in the Southern literary messenger.
Responsibility: by Lydia Maria Child ; with an analysis of background and meaning for the Community of Emerson and Thoreau by Kenneth Walter Cameron.

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