4 edition of Lectures and biographical sketches found in the catalog.
Lectures and biographical sketches
Ralph Waldo Emerson
by AMS P
Written in English
|Statement||by R.W. Emerson.|
|Series||Works of Emerson vol. 10|
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LECTURES AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES BY RALPH WALDO EMERSON BOSTON AND NEW YORK HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY b6o nlberbibe p dambcibne NOTE 0 F the pieces included in this volume the following, namely, those from the Dial, Character, Plutarch and the biographical sketches of Dr.
Ripley, of Mr. Hoar and of Henry Thoreau, were printed by Mr. Emerson Pages: NOTE. Of the pieces included in this volume the following, namely, those from the “Dial,” “Character,” “Plutarch,” and the biographical sketches of Dr. Ripley, of Mr. Hoar, and of Henry Thoreau, were printed by Mr.
Emerson before I took any part in the arrangement of his papers. The rest, except the sketches of Miss Mary Emerson and of Major Stearns, I got ready for his use in.