Transient and permanent: the transcendentalist movement and its contexts
Professors of English, American history, American studies, art history, religion, music, and New England history offer 20 essays addressing an array of topics relating to the Transcendentalist movement and its origins. Topics include Transcendentalism's place in New England's religious tradition; how cosmopolitan discourse influenced it, including German, French, English, and Indian writings; the different ways in which members of the circle interacted with the world around them; Transcendentalism's connection with reform movements; the movement's cultural legacy; and its critical reception.
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This book has been invaluable in providing me insight with regard to the influence of non-western religion on RW Emerson's works. This book is part of the bibliography of my BA thesis as it provided ... Read full review
Review: Transient and Permanent: The Transcendentalist Movement and Its ContextsUser Review - Goodreads
I have an essay in here, "Theodore Parker and the Twenty-Eighth Congregational Society: The Reform Church and the Spirituality of Reformers in Boston, 1845-1859."
Schleiermacher and the Transcendentalists
Emerson and the Terrible Tabulations of the French
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