Nature: Addresses and Lectures

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Cosimo Classics, Sep 30, 1849 - 350 pages
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"The lover of nature is he whose inward and outward senses are still truly adjusted to each other."

-Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nature (1849)

Nature-Addresses and Lectures (1849) is a collection that brings together several short commentaries by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Emerson is among the most quoted of American writers, and his essays are considered classics. This volume includes Emerson's seminal long essay on nature, along with lectures entitled "The Transcendentalist" and "Man the Reformer," along with addresses entitled "The American Scholar," "Divinity School Address," "Literary Ethics," and "The Method of Nature."

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RALPH WALDO EMERSON (1803-1882) was an American poet and essayist. Universally known as the Sage of Concord, Emerson established himself as a leading spokesman of transcendentalism and as a major figure in American literature. His additional works include a series of lectures published as Representative Men (1850), The Conduct of Life (1860), and Society and Solitude (1870).

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