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June/July 2002: updated Emerson Quote Sites and Emerson Analysis pages

May 2002: updated links and added links on more than 25 pages

April 2002: added an 1837 review of Emerson

March 2002: updated F. B. Sanborn page

February 2002: added a Mark Twain story which mentions Emerson, edited Emerson portraits

January 2002: updated Search page

December 2001: Updated many links, added Escape From Slavery, added a poem about Brook Farm, added some FRA resources, added resources on Moncure Conway, and other updates and additions

October 2001: Added Amazon.com links to pages

September 2001: Updated links

July 2001: updated many pages with new links

June 2001: added eight new "others"

This whole site has been reorganized!  I hope you're finding what you're after -- if not, try the Site Map or the Search page.

Added material includes: 

  • easier linking to the Emerson texts (and that section has had new texts including many Emerson poems added)
  • more Thoreau texts on this site
  • updated and added links for Emerson, Thoreau, and many of the other Transcendentalists
  • more links to general information about Transcendentalism
  • more quotations from Emerson and Thoreau including some "fortune cookie" quotations (quotes that change every time you reload the page)

Earlier: I've dropped off the earlier "What's New" information.


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