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Emerson for the Twenty-First Century [electronic resource]: Global Perspectives on an American Icon

edited by Barry Tharaud
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EBook; Book; Online
Published
Newark : University of Delaware Press, c2010.
Language
English
ISBN
9780874130911 (hbk. : alk. paper), 0874130913 (hbk. : alk. paper)
Contents
  • I. Emerson, Europe, and beyond
  • Barry Tharaud, "Emerson, literary globalism, and the circularity of influence"
  • Stephen L. Tanner, "The theme of mind in Emerson's English traits"
  • T. S. McMillin, "Beauty meets beast: Emerson's English traits"
  • Wesley T. Mott, "A tale of three cities: Emerson, Louis-Philippe, and transatlantic uses of great men"
  • Susan L. Dunston, "East of Emerson"
  • Steven Adisasmito-Smith, "Transcendental Brahmin: Emerson's 'Hindu' sentiments"
  • Jan Stievermann, "'We want men-- who can open their eyes wider than to a nationality': Ralph Waldo Emerson's vision of an American world literature"
  • II. Emerson and science
  • Michael P. Branch, "Paths to Nature: Emerson's early natural history lectures"
  • Branka Arsić, "Nocturnal outings: Emerson on dreams"
  • David M. Robinson, "British science, the London lectures, and Emerson's philosophical reorientation"
  • Laura Dassow Walls, "'Every truth tends to become a power': Emerson, Faraday, and the minding of matter"
  • III. Emerson thinking
  • Gayle L. Smith, "Emerson on nature and the rhetoric of thought"
  • David LaRocca, "Seeing metaphors"
  • John Ronan, "Emerson's autobiographical philosophy"
  • John Michael, "Death, love, and Emerson's poetry"
  • -- George J. Stack and Mary DiMaria, "Emerson and postmodernism"
  • IV. Emerson and activism
  • David S. Reynolds, "Transcendentalism, transnationalism, and anti-slavery violence: Concord's embrace of John Brown"
  • Len Gougeon, "'Only justice satisfies all': Emerson's militant transcendentalism"
  • T. Gregory Garvey, "Simular man: Emerson and cosmopolitan identity"
  • Eduardo Cadava, "The guano of history".
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Mode of access: World wide Web.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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