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Emerson: Analysis

"Emerson is one who lives instinctively on ambrosia - and leaves everything indigestible on his plate." - Nietzsche

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The Spiritual Emerson

The Essential Writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson

Self-Reliance and other Essays

Books about Transcendentalism and Emerson, including books by Emerson  
More books on or by Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Aesthetic Individualism and Practical Intellect: American Allegory in Emerson, Thoreau, Adams, and James 
Emerson: The Mind on Fire  (Richardson)
Understanding Emerson: "The American Scholar" and His Struggles for Self-Reliance (Sacks)
Emerson and Thoreau: The Contemporary Reviews (Myerson)
Emerson in His Sermons: A Man-Made Self (Roberson)
God in Concord  (Geldard)
The Selected Letters of Ralph Waldo Emerson (Emerson; Myerson, editor)
The Strains of Eloquence: Emerson and His Sermons (Mott)

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