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Author

Emerson, Ralph Waldo

Title

Essays

Sub-Title

Publisher

 

John Chapman

Year

1853

City

London

Edition

Scanned

Searchable

Cleaned

Deluxe

 

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Description

This is a very rare book as an October 25, 2012 WorldCat search could find only 11 libraries worldwide that have a copy of this 1853 edition of this work.

This book contains a Preface by Thomas Carlyle, 12 essays by Emerson, "The Crimes of the House of Hapsburg" by F. W. Newman, "The Book of Job" by J. A. Froude and "Christian Theism" by Charles C. Hennell.

The twelve essays be Emerons are entitled as follows:

I. History
II. Self-Reliance
III. Compensation
IV. Spiritual Laws
V. Love
VI. Friendship
VII. Prudence
VIII. Heroism
IX. The Over-Soul
X. Circles
XI. Intellect
XII. Art

Pages = vii + 191 + 60 + 38 + 64.

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