Perhaps no writer has so dramatically shaped the course of American philosophy as Ralph Waldo Emerson, whose meditations on spirituality, freedom, and the power of knowledge have informed and inspired generations of activists, scholars, and thinkers.
This replica edition of a 1914 collection of his most profound and influential poetry includes:
. "Each and All"
. "The World-Soul"
. "The Rhodora"
. "Woodnotes I" and "II"
. "Etienne de la Boéce"
. "Ode to Beauty"
. "The Apology"
. poems on nature and life, the elements, quatrains, "mottoes to the 'essays'"
. and many, many more.
American poet and philosopher RALPH WALDO EMERSON (1803-1882), the "Sage of Concord," was a driving force behind the Transcendental Movement of the early 19th century and remains a major figure in American literature. His works include Representative Men (1850), The Conduct of Life (1860), Society and Solitude (1870), and Parnassus (1875).