Bicentennial Emerson Essay

Massachusetts and the Civil War: The Commonwealth and National Disunion

Edited by Matthew Mason, Katheryn P. Viens, and Conrad Edick Wright

All states are not created equal, at least when it comes to their influence on American history. That assumption underlies Massachusetts and the Civil War. The volume's ten essays coalesce around the national significance of Massachusetts through the Civil War era, the ways in which the Commonwealth reflected and even modeled the Union's precarious but real wartime unification, and the Bay State's post-war return to the schisms that predated the war. Rather than attempting to summarize every aspect of the state's contribution to the wartime Union, the collection focuses on what was distinctive about its influence during the great crisis of national unity.

The essays in Massachusetts and the Civil War originated from the conference of the same name, held at the Massachusetts Historical Society in April 2013.

June 2015. Order from University of Massachusetts Press
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What's New about the "New" Immigration? Traditions and Transformations in the United States since 1965

Edited by Marilyn Halter, Marilynn S. Johnson, Katheryn P. Viens, and Conrad Edick Wright

Through the ten essays in this collection, readers will discover a wide range of experiences that will inform their understanding of immigration today. Newcomers share the stuff of daily life as they cope with teenagers, worship together, and maintain long-distance family ties using new social media. In other instances, their experiences have been marked by the passage of the 1965 Hart-Celler Act, which ushered in the current immigration system. In this new context, the men and women in these pages eke out a living below minimum wage, or practice a profession and contribute to political campaigns. They seek asylum through the federal bureaucracy and navigate the meaning of citizenship. They are Bosnian, Chinese, Mexican, Asian Indian, and Nigerian. They reside in Boston suburbs, the Nuevo South in Georgia, affluent Dallas suburbs, and the heart of Los Angeles. But they are representative of newcomers to communities throughout the United States.

What's New about the "New" Immigration? presents the work of recognized immigration scholars. It is the latest in a series of essay collections based on conferences held at the Society.

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Margaret Fuller & Her Circles

Edited by Brigitte Bailey, Katheryn P. Viens, and Conrad Edick Wright

The essays in this collection consider anew Fuller the journalist, the reformer, the traveler, the social and cultural observer, and the author and critic. They engage a mature body of scholarship to make fresh contributions and set future directions for the study of Fuller’s life and work. The authors are among the leading scholars of Margaret Fuller, Transcendentalism, and the antebellum period.

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The Libraries, Leadership, & Legacy of John Adams & Thomas Jefferson

Edited by Robert C. Baron and Conrad Edick Wright

John Adams and Thomas Jefferson realized the value of education, of books, and of libraries in a democracy. What is the role of books and reading in the thoughts and actions of Adams and Jefferson? How did they organize their libraries, and how familiar were they with the books in their libraries? How did these books inform their roles as founding fathers? This collection of essays, from some of today's premier historians of Adams and Jefferson, celebrates these two founding fathers and the importance of books and libraries in America.

320 pages
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Remaking Boston: An Environmental History of the City & Its Surroundings

Edited by Anthony N. Penna and Conrad Edick Wright

Remaking Boston examines Boston from its early glacial formation to the present, outlining the physical characteristics and composition of the land and harbor, and the significant environmental impact of human occupation. Individual chapters address population movements, land use, infrastructure development, historic climate changes, biological adaptations, and reclamation projects, among other topics. The volume offers valuable lessons for the study of metropolitan environments and the efforts being made to improve and preserve them for future generations.

340 pages
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Emerson Bicentennial Essays

Edited by Ronald A. Bosco and Joel Myerson

Drawn from papers presented at the conference that celebrated the 200th anniversary of his birth, Emerson Bicentennial Essays presents 17 studies of Emerson that address five general themes: "The Construction of Emerson," "Emerson's Audience," "Emerson the Reformer," "Emerson the Poet," and "Emerson and the World of Ideas." In their treatment of the aesthetic, social, religious, philosophical, and political aspects of his life and work, these scholars confirm Emerson's preeminence in American intellectual and literary history.

512 pages, 6 illustrations
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Henry Adams & the Need to Know

Edited by William Merrill Decker and Earl N. Harbert

Presents fourteen essays that articulate Adams's ongoing preoccupation with knowledge, stressing his eclecticism and his need to clarify the role of critical intelligence in public life.

383 pages
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World of John Winthrop: England & New England, 1588-1649

Edited by Francis J. Bremer and Lynn A. Botelho

The essays in The World of John Winthrop: England and New England, 1588-1649 vigorously assert a new unity to the transatlantic and Puritan Anglo-American sphere, integrating the English and colonial stories from a refreshingly singular perspective.

416 pages
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Faces of Community: Immigrant Massachusetts, 1860-2000

Edited by Reed Ueda and Conrad Edick Wright

Because the Bay State became a primary destination for immigrants dislocated by industrial and urban development around the world, the essays in this volume offer important case studies, with national significance, of how newcomers and natives adjusted to each other and reshaped the boundaries and identities of American communities. This collection explores the common aspects of community creation and evolution that linked their various ethnic experiences, including, among others, Irish, French Canadian, Jewish, Italian, Swedish, Chinese, and African American.

269 pages, 7 illustrations
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Hope & Glory: Essays on the Legacy of the 54th Massachusetts Regiment

Edited by Martin H. Blatt, Thomas J. Brown, and Donald Yacovone

This volume brings together the best scholarship on the history of the 54th, the formation of collective memory and identity, and the ways Americans have responded to the story of the regiment and the Saint-Gaudens monument. Contributors use the historical record and popular remembrance of the 54th as a lens for examining race and community in the United States. The essays range in time from the mid-nineteenth century to the present and encompass history, literature, art, music, and popular culture.

358 pages, 37 illustrations
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John Adams & the Founding of the Republic

Edited by Richard Alan Ryerson

Praise from David McCullough, author of John Adams:
"With interest in John Adams and his world growing steadily, this splendid collection could not be more timely or welcome. The authors are all front-ranking scholars in the field and all have much of value to say. I found the book totally absorbing from start to finish."

John Adams, lawyer, congressman, diplomat, vice president, and president, had one of the most varied and productive public careers of America's Revolutionary generation. His many achievements, taken for granted or even discounted through much of the 20th century, have in the past decade attracted the enthusiastic attention of historians, political scientists, and more gradually, the larger public. This collection of essays, the first ever published on the nation's second president, includes a full introduction to his life and career and nine explorations of Adams's rich legacy by several leading authorities on the man and his era. In assessing John Adams, the authors consider many topics that have seldom, if ever, been examined in any detail. These include Adams's choice of public role models in provincial Massachusetts; a comparison of Adams and Thomas Jefferson as young men; Adams's aggressive diplomacy in Europe; his frustrating experience as vice president; the intricacies of the election of 1796; Adams's thoughts on free speech; a detailed study of Abigail Adams as President Adams's most important advisor; the novelty of Adams's authorship of a history of his own public career; and a study of his magnum opus, The Defence of the Constitutions of the United States of America. Both as the most convenient brief introduction to John Adams's life and career and as the only collection of new scholarship on this Revolutionary leader, this volume will prove indispensable to a full understanding of Adams's importance in American history.

304 pages
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Transient & Permanent: The Transcendentalist Movement & Its Contexts

Edited by Charles Capper and Conrad Edick Wright

Comprising 20 essays by leading scholars, this insightful collection provides the best recent writing on the Transcendentalists, the New England religious reformers and intellectuals who challenged both spiritual and secular orthodoxies between the 1830s and the 1850s. The volume addresses Transcendentalism from many directions, illuminating the movement more clearly than ever before. The contributions consider aspects of the relationship between the Transcendentalists and their intellectual and social world, assess the movement's cultural legacy, and place Transcendentalism in the context of historical and literary scholarship, past and present.

655 pages, 10 illustrations
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Entrepreneurs: The Boston Business Community, 1700-1850

Edited by Conrad Edick Wright and Katheryn P. Viens

Great merchants, investors, and industrialists have long dominated the historiography of Boston business, but this collection of essays urges a broader definition of the city's business community. Without denying the economic importance of the major traders of colonial Boston or the merchants of the China trade or the men who built New England's textile industry, it also finds signs of vigorous entrepreneurial activity in places where previously historians have rarely looked—for instance, among artisans, women, and members of minority communities. Overall, a testimony to the innovative business sense that came to life in all segments of the Boston community.

466 pages, 14 illustrations, and 4 maps
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Puritanism: Transatlantic Perspectives on a 17th-Century Anglo-American Faith

Edited by Francis J. Bremer

"Exemplifying the vitality and diversity of Puritan studies today, this well-edited collection of eleven essays helps close the distance between American and British scholarship in the field."—Michael McGiffert, Institute of Early American History and Culture

This collection of essays delves into new source materials and thoroughly analyzes the existing literature to examine Puritan culture on both sides of the Atlantic. The volume covers a wide range of topics, including conversion among Puritans and Amerindians, sects and the evolution of Puritanism, and the meanings of religious polemic.

317 pages
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Massachusetts & the New Nation

Edited by Conrad Edick Wright

This collection of essays studies the role of a single state in the transformation of American life following the Revolutionary War. As the citizens of the state worked to establish their new Commonwealth and determine its relationship to a federal government also in its infancy, they were forced to confront challenging problems both within Massachusetts and outside it. Religious differences fractured the Standing Order, separating Unitarians and Congregationalists from each other at the same time that pressures from Episcopalians, Baptists, and others urged an end to the religious establishment. Poverty posed problems for Massachusetts at large, and particularly for Boston, at the same time that public officeholders struggled to create new governmental institutions both for the Commonwealth and for its capital. Massachusetts merchants had to develop new, independent patterns of trade in response to American withdrawal from the British Empire. Diplomats had to find a place for the Commonwealth in the world order. And federal officeholders from Massachusetts needed to address the most divisive of domestic issues, slavery. The essays in this collection reveal how Massachusetts coped with these unexpected problems of independence.

310 pages, 10 illustrations
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American Unitarianism, 1805-1865

Edited by Conrad Edick Wright

"This edited volume provides an excellent sketch of the new history of Unitarianism and a valuable stimulus to further research."—Journal of American History

Although scholarship over the past few decades has resulted in an increasingly sophisticated understanding of Unitarian theology and moral thought, it has often failed to integrate the denomination's history into the religious and cultural history of the United States before the Civil War. This collection brings together two generations of scholars whose work poses new questions about the development of the Unitarian church and its role in antebellum American life. All the contributors are concerned with situating the newly created Unitarian church within the intellectual climate of its time, and their work pays particular attention to social, psychological, and economic issues.

286 pages, 12 illustrations
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$40.00 Hardcover (1989)    ISBN: 978-1555530-47-1

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Bibliography of Secondary Sources on Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1985 to the Present

Go to Bibliography of Secondary Sources on Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1914-1985

"Celebrating Ralph Waldo Emerson." Manuscripts 55.2 (2003): 101-50.

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Note: Materials in this section have just been added (5/17/09) and are in the process of being put into the rest of the bibliography.

Brown, Michael Anthony. "Pragmatism, Solidarity, and Literature." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 66.10 (2006): 3644.

Faraone, Mario. "'the Light from Asia': Oriental Cultural and Religious Influence in Ralph Waldo Emerson and Transcendentalist Thought." Emerson at 200. Eds. Giorgio Mariani, et al. Aracne: Convegni Number: 3: Aracne, Rome, Italy Pagination: 297-312, 2004. xxxi, 379.

Fiala, Andrew. "Emerson and the Limits of Language." Idealistic Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy 34.3 (2004): 285-302.

Finseth, Ian. "Evolution, Cosmopolitanism, and Emerson's Antislavery Politics." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 77.4 (2005):

Grabovac, Ivan. "Thoreau's Passion." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 64.10 (2004): 3686.

Leroux, Jean-François. The Renaissance of Impasse: From the Age of Carlyle, Emerson, and Melville to the Quiet Revolution in Quebec. 44 Toc: Paso Doble: The Silent Revolutions of Thomas Carlyle and Hubert Aquin Deep Unto Deep: The Myths of Emerson and Réjean Ducharme's Vain Subtleties 'His Little Quebec': Of Prophecy and Equivocation in Melville and Beaulieu: New York, NY : Peter Lang, 2004.

Partridge, Jeffrey F. L. "The Politics of Ethnic Authorship: Li-Young Lee, Emerson, and Whitman at the Banquet Table." Studies in the Literary Imagination 37.1 (2004): 101-26.

Patterson, Anita. "Emerson, Transnationalism, and the Enigma of Friendship." Emerson at 200. Eds. Giorgio Mariani, et al. Aracne: Convegni Number: 3: Aracne, Rome, Italy Pagination: 39-52, 2004. xxxi, 379.

Perryman, John. "Back to the Bay Psalm Book: T. S. Eliot's Identity Crisis and 'Sweeney Erect'." Novel: A Forum on Fiction 39.1 (2005): 244-61.

Petrulionis, Sandra Harbert. To Set This World Right: The Antislavery Movement in Thoreau's Concord. Ithaca, NY : Cornell UP, 2006.

Piper-Rybak, Dianne. "'How Came Such a Man as Herbert?': Allusions to George Herbert in the Writings of Emerson, Thoreau, and Fuller." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 66.1 (2005): 171-72.

Reynolds, Larry J. "Hawthorne's Labors in Concord." The Cambridge Companion to Nathaniel Hawthorne. Ed. Richard H. Millington. Cambridge Companions to Literature (Cctl): Cambridge UP, Cambridge, England Pagination: 10-34, 2004. xviii, 285.
Ricciardi, Caterina. "Ralph Waldo Emerson and Elio Vittorini." Emerson at 200. Eds. Giorgio Mariani, et al. Aracne: Convegni Number: 3: Aracne, Rome, Italy Pagination: 113-21, 2004. xxxi, 379.

Richardson, Joan. "Terms of Address: Emerson's Lectures Shed Light on His Essays." BookForum: The Review for Art, Fiction, & Culture 12.5 (2006): 32-33.

Roberson, Susan L. "Emerson, Columbus, and the Geography of Self-Reliance: The Example of the Sermons." Emerson: Bicentennial Essays. Eds. Ronald A. Bosco and Joel Myerson. Studies in American History and Culture Number: 10: Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA Pagination: 273-88, 2006. xx, 473.

Ronan, John. "Thoreau's Declaration of Independence from Emerson in Walden." Nineteenth-Century Prose 33.1 (2006): 133-65.

Rubeo, Ugo. "Quacks and Jingle-Men: Emerson, Poe, and Modernity." Emerson at 200. Eds. Giorgio Mariani, et al. Aracne: Convegni Number: 3: Aracne, Rome, Italy Pagination: 135-44, 2004. xxxi, 379.

Scannavini, Anna. "A Chronology of Italian Translations of Emerson." Emerson at 200. Eds. Giorgio Mariani, et al. Aracne: Convegni Number: 3: Aracne, Rome, Italy Pagination: 353-58, 2004. xxxi, 379.

Simmons, Nancy Craig. "Emerson and His Audiences: The New England Lectures, 1843- 1844." Emerson: Bicentennial Essays. Eds. Ronald A. Bosco and Joel Myerson. Studies in American History and Culture Number: 10: Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA Pagination: 51- 85, 2006. xx, 473.

Skrine, Peter. "Goethe and Emerson in Elizabeth Gaskell's Manchester." Gaskell Society Journal 19 (2005): 69-85.

Tattioni, Igina. "From Word to Voice: Language in the Light of 'the Lord's Supper'." Emerson at 200. Eds. Giorgio Mariani, et al. Aracne: Convegni Number: 3: Aracne, Rome, Italy Pagination: 313-23, 2004. xxxi, 379.

Taylor, Andrew. "'Mixture Is a Secret of the English Island': Transatlantic Emerson and the Location of the Intellectual." Atlantic Studies: Literary, Cultural, and Historical Perspectives 1.2 (2004): 158-77.

Terrie, Philip G. "Emerson in the Wilderness." Emerson at 200. Eds. Giorgio Mariani, et al. Aracne: Convegni Number: 3: Aracne, Rome, Italy Pagination: 279-86, 2004. xxxi, 379.

Thomä, Dieter. "'Das Gesprochene Wort Verliert Seinen Eigensinn': Die Spuren Der Sprach- Und Lebensphilosophie Ralph Waldo Emersons Im Werk Robert Musils." Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte 80.3 (2006): 456-85.

Thomas, Joseph M. "Poverty and Power: Revisiting Emerson's Poetics." Emerson: Bicentennial Essays. Eds. Ronald A. Bosco and Joel Myerson. Studies in American History and Culture Number: 10: Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA Pagination: 211-46, 2006. xx, 473.

Van Cromphout, Gustaaf. "Emerson on Language as Action." Emerson: Bicentennial Essays. Eds. Ronald A. Bosco and Joel Myerson. Studies in American History and Culture Number: 10: Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA Pagination: 315-33, 2006. xx, 473.

Von der Heydt, James Edward. "Processes of Size: Incommensurability in the Emersonian Lyric Tradition." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 64.9 (2004): 3300.

Von Frank, Albert J. "Emerson and Gnosticism." Emerson: Bicentennial Essays. Eds. Ronald A. Bosco and Joel Myerson. Studies in American History and Culture Number: 10: Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA Pagination: 289-314, 2006. xx, 473.

Washio, Iku. "'Koi' to Shite No Shi." Eigo Seinen/Rising Generation 151.2 (2005): 100.

Wider, Sarah Ann. "Chladni Patterns, Lyceum Halls, and Skillful Experiments." Emerson: Bicentennial Essays. Eds. Ronald A. Bosco and Joel Myerson. Studies in American History and Culture Number: 10: Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA Pagination: 86- 114, 2006. xx, 473.

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"Emerson's First Purchase of Walden Land." Thoreau Society Bulletin 175 (1986): 5-6.

"Illustrated Chronology." A Historical Guide to Ralph Waldo Emerson. Ed. Joel Myerson. Historical Guides to American Authors (Hgaa): Oxford UP, New York, NY Pagination: 251-67, 2000. x, 322.

Abraham, Pearl. "If Only: Finding America in Hasidism." Jewish in America. Eds. Sara Blair and Jonathan Freedman: U of Michigan P, Ann Arbor, MI Pagination: 30-36, 2004. 277.

Accardo, Annalucia. "Poets with 'Fine Ears', or the 'Responsibility' of the Artist: R. W. Emerson, E. Dickinson, and G. Paley." Emerson at 200. Eds. Giorgio Mariani, et al. Aracne: Convegni Number: 3: Aracne, Rome, Italy Pagination: 161-70, 2004. xxxi, 379.

Achilles, Jochen. "Edgar Allan Poe's Dreamscapes and the Transcedentalist View of Nature." Amerikastudien/American Studies 40.4 (1995): 553-73.

Achilles, Jochen. "The Subject-Object Paradigm: Conflict and Convergence in Theories of Landscape, Consciousness, and Technoscape since Emerson and Thoreau." Space in America: Theory, History, Culture. Eds. Klaus Benesch and Kerstin Schmidt. Architecture, Technology, Culture Number: 1: Rodopi, Amsterdam, Netherlands Pagination: 53-90, 2005. 588.

Addison, Elizabeth. "Compensation and the Price of Purity: An Old Quaker Impresses the Young Emerson." Studies in the American Renaissance (1992): 107-20.

---. "Obedience and Algebra: From Listening to Language in Emerson's Response to Mary Rotch." ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 42.3 [164] (1996): 153-94.

Addison, Elizabeth Hodnett. "Emerson, Quakerism, and an American Aesthetic." Dissertation Abstracts International 47.4 (1986): 1320A.

Adisasmito-Smith, Steven. "The Self in Translation: British Orientalists, American Transcendentalists, and Sanskrit Scriptures in English." Yearbook of Comparative and General Literature 47 (1999): 167-77.

Adisasmito-Smith, Steven Eric. "Svaraj and Self-Reliance: Translating the Self and Its Rule from the 'Bhagavad-Gita' and 'Manusmrti' to the Works of Emerson, Thoreau and Gandhi." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 64.8 (2004): 2873.

Ahlstrom, Sydney E. "Ralph Waldo Emerson and the American Transcendentalists." Nineteenth Century Religious Thought in the West (Ii & Iii). Eds. Ninian Smart, et al.: Cambridge UP, Cambridge Pagination: II: 29-67, 1985. v, 361 + ix, 42.

Albers, Franciscus Henricus. "Transatlantis: Utopian Self-Hood in Rousseau and Emerson." Dissertation Abstracts International 57.5 (1996): 2025A.

Albin, C. D. "A Ray of Relation: Transcendental Echoes in Annie Dillard's Pilgrim at Tinker Creek." JASAT (Journal of the American Studies Association of Texas) 23 (1992): 17-31.

Albrecht, James M. "Emerson on Fire." Raritan: A Quarterly Review 15.3 (1996): 148-.

---. "Limitation and Power: Emerson's Pragmatic Transcendentalism." Dissertation Abstracts International 57.2 (1996): 678A.

---. "'Living Property': Emerson's Ethics." ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 41.3 (1995): 177-217.

---. "Saying Yes and Saying No: Individualist Ethics in Ellison, Burke, and Emerson." PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 114.1 (1999): 46-63.

---. "'the Sun Were Insipid, If the Universe Were Not Opaque': The Ethics of Action, Power, and Belief in Emerson, Nietzsche, and James." ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 43.1-4 [166- 169] (1997): 113-58.

---. "What's the Use of Reading Emerson Pragmatically? The Example of William James." Nineteenth-Century Prose 30.1-2 (2003): 388-432.

Al-Dámi, Muhammed. "Arabian Perfumes for an American Muse: A Critique of Emerson's Use of Arab-Islamic Historical Materials." Indian Journal of American Studies 22.1 (1992): 9-15.

Alfonso, Ricardo Miguel. Escritos De Estética Y Poética. 30: Málaga, Spain : Universidad de Málaga, 2000.

Allen, Gay Wilson. "On Writing Waldo Emerson." Essaying Biography: A Celebration for Leon Edel. Eds. Gloria G. Fromm, Rupert Sir Hart-Davis and Howard Fertig: U of Hawaii P, Honolulu Pagination: 75-90, 1986. vi, 248.

Almansour, Ahmed Nidal. "The Middle East in Antebellum America: The Cases of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Edgar Allan Poe." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 66.11 (2006): 4022.

Amoruso, Vito, and Edward Lynch. "The Work of Madrepores: Emerson and American Modernity." Emerson at 200. Eds. Giorgio Mariani, et al. Aracne: Convegni Number: 3: Aracne, Rome, Italy Pagination: 53-59, 2004. xxxi, 379.

Anderson, Charles M. "Richard Selzer and the Rhetoric of Surgery." Dissertation Abstracts International 46.6 (1985): 1624A-25A.

Anderson, Douglas. "Huckleberry Finn and Emerson's 'Concord Hymn'." Nineteenth-Century Literature 40.1 (1985): 43-.

Anderson, Wayne C. "'Perpetual Affirmations, Unexplained': The Rhetoric of Reiteration in Coleridge, Carlyle, and Emerson." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 71.1 (1985): 37-51.

Andrews, Stephen Richard. "Salvaging Virginia: Transitivity, Race, and the Problem of Consent." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 59.6 (1998): 2018.

Angyal, Andrew J. "Loren Eiseley as an American Romantic Thinker." Hungarian Studies in English/Angol Filológiai Tanulmányok 21 (1990): 73-78.

Armstrong, James W. "'Common Sense Inspired': Bacon's Philosophy and Emerson's Poetic Vocation." Dissertation Abstracts International 56.5 (1995): 1772A.

Armstrong, Paul B. "The American Scholar at Brown." Liberal Education 88.4 (2002): 42-47.

Arnold, Richard. "'Thoughts Grow Keen and Clear': A Look at Lampman's Revisions." Studies in Canadian Literature/Etudes en Litterature Canadienne 10.1-2 (1985): 170-76.

Atwan, Robert. "'Ecstacy & Eloquence': The Method of Emerson's Essays." Essays on the Essay: Redefining the Genre. Ed. Alexander J. Butrym: U of Georgia P, Athens Pagination: 106-15, 1989. ix, 309.

Auten, Janet Gebhart. "Reading/Writing Nature: Teaching with Transcendental Textbooks." CEA Critic: An Official Journal of the College English Association 54.1 (1991): 62-66.

Bagby, George F., Jr. "Frost's Synecdochism." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 58.3 (1986): 379-92.

Balaam, Peter. "'Misery's Mathematics': Mourning, Compensation and Reality in Emerson, Warner and Melville." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 61.5 (2000): 1836-37.

Ballón, José. Lecturas Norteamericanas De José Martí: Emerson Y El Socialismo Contemporáneo (1880-1887). 49: Mexico City : Univ. Nacional Autónoma de México, 1995.

---. "Martí a Fin De Siglo: La Voz Marginal De Emerson Frente a Europa." Alba de America: Revista Literaria 14.26-27 (1996): 181-89.

Ballón, José C. Autonomía Cultural Americana: Emerson Y Martí. Madrid : Pliegos, 1986.

Bancroft, Margaret Emerson, Wesley T. Mott, and David M. Robinson. "A Bibliography of 'Emerson in 2003' in the Popular Media." Emerson Society Papers 15.1 (2004): 4-5.

Barbarese, J. T. "Ezra Pound's Imagist Aesthetics: Lustra to Mauberley." The Columbia History of American Poetry. Eds. Jay Parini and Brett C. Millier: Columbia UP, New York Pagination: 284-318, 1993. xxxi, 894.

Baris, Sharon Deykin. "Pausing to Listen: The Philosophical Unassertiveness of America." Common Knowledge 5.2 (1996): 42-50.

Barish, Evelyn. "The Birth of Merlin: Emerson, Magic, and Death." Cuny English Forum. Vol. 1. Eds. Saul N. Brody, Harold Schechter and Allen Mandelbaum: AMS, New York Pagination: 345-357, 1985. xvi, 379.

---. Emerson: The Roots of Prophecy. Princeton : Princeton UP, 1989.

Barron, Jonathan N. "At Home in the Margins: The Jewish American Voice Poem in the 1990s." College Literature 24.3 (1997): 104-23.

Barszcz, James. "Hawthorne, Emerson and the Forms of the Frontier." Desert, Garden, Margin, Range: Literature on the American Frontier. Ed. Eric Heyne: Twayne, New York Pagination: 44-54, 1992. 181.

Bartlett, Irving H. "The Philosopher and the Activist: New Letters from Emerson to Wendell Phillips." New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 62.2 (1989): 280-96.

Bauer, Melanie L. "Emerson's Acquaintance with Abijah Metcalf Ide, Jr.: Six Unpublished Emerson Letters." Resources for American Literary Study 17.2 (1991): 258-64.

Bauer, Michel Wayne. "Romantic Naturalism in the American Essay: The Formation and Evolution of a Literary Tradition." Dissertation Abstracts International 53.1 (1992): 148A.

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