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The genius and character of Emerson : lectures at the Concord School of Philosophy

Author: F B Sanborn; Concord School of Philosophy.
Publisher: Boston : J.R. Osgood and Co., 1885.
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Concord School of Philosophy.
Genius and character of Emerson.
Boston, J.R. Osgood and Co., 1885
(OCoLC)612634511
Named Person: Ralph Waldo Emerson; Ralph Waldo Emerson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: F B Sanborn; Concord School of Philosophy.
OCLC Number: 502934
Notes: Bound in dark brown cloth. Spine lettered in gilt, with gilt publisher device.
Dedication page: "To A. Bronson Alcott, The founder of The Concord School of Philosophy, This volume is inscribed by its authors. Concord, Massachusetts, October 10, 1884"--Page [iii].
"University Press: John Wilson & Son, Cambridge"--Colophon.
Description: xxiii, 447 pages, 2 unnumbered leaves of plates : frontispiece (portrait) ; 20 cm
Contents: The Concord School of Philosophy --
I. Emerson and Boston / Mrs. E.D. Cheney --
II. Emerson and Alcott: Passages from the diary and correspondence of Mr. Alcott --
III. Emerson as an American / Julian Hawthorne --
IV. A French view of Emerson / M. René de Poyen Belleisle --
V. Emerson's religion / Dr. C.A. Bartol --
VI. Emerson as preacher / Miss E.P. Peabody --
Emerson among the poets / F.B. Sanborn --
VIII. Poems in honor of Emerson / Miss Emma Lazarus, Ellery Channing, F.B. Sanborn, Mrs. E.C. Kinney --
IX. Emerson's ethics / Edwin D. Mead --
X. Emerson's relation to society / Mrs. Julia Ward Howe --
XI. Emerson's view of nationality / George Willis Cooke --
XII. Emerson's philosophy of nature / William T. Harris --
XIII. Emerson as seen from India / Protap Chunder Mozoomdar --
XIV. Emerson's orientalism / William T. Harris --
XV. Emerson's relation to Goethe and Carlyle / William T. Harris --
Ion: a monody / A. Bronson Alcott.
Responsibility: edited by F.B. Sanborn.

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