The Resource The transcendentalists : an anthology, [edited by] Perry Miller

The transcendentalists : an anthology, [edited by] Perry Miller

Label
The transcendentalists : an anthology
Title
The transcendentalists
Title remainder
an anthology
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Perry Miller
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
LC call number
B905
LC item number
.M5
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1905-1963
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Miller, Perry
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  • Transcendentalism (New England)
  • Transcendentalism (New England)
  • Anthologie
  • Transzendentalismus
  • Anthologie
  • Transzendentalismus
  • USA
  • USA
Label
The transcendentalists : an anthology, [edited by] Perry Miller
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [503]-510
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preliminary essay
  • Andrews Norton
  • Emerson's Address
  • The christian examiner
  • Emerson's Address
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • R.W. Emerson and the new school
  • James Freeman Clarke, Christopher Pearse Cranch
  • Preface, Observations, 1838
  • Sampson Reed
  • Norton's Evidence
  • James Marsh
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • A discourse on the latest form of infidelity
  • Andrews Norton
  • The latest form of infidelity examined
  • George Ripley
  • A letter to Andrews Norton
  • Richard Hildreth
  • The previous question between Mr. Andrews Norton and his alumni
  • Theodore Parker
  • Transcendentalism of the Germans and of Cousin and its influence on opinion in this country
  • Signs of the times
  • J.W. Alexander, Albert Dod, Charles Hodge
  • Two articles from The Princeton review
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • The editors to the reader
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Letter to the church in Purchase Street
  • George Ripley
  • A farewell discourse
  • George Ripley
  • A discourse of the transient and permanent in Christianity
  • Timothy Walker
  • Theodore Parker
  • Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today, and forever
  • George Ripley
  • Introductory notice, specimens of foreign standard literature
  • George Ripley
  • Transcendentalism
  • Christopher Pearse Cranch
  • Orphic sayings
  • Amos Bronson Alcott
  • A discourse of matters pertaining to religion
  • The influence of Carlyle
  • Theodore Parker
  • The natural history of Massachusetts
  • Henry D. Thoreau
  • Memoirs
  • Margaret Fuller
  • Shelley
  • D.L.
  • Jones Very
  • James Freeman Clarke
  • Epic poetry
  • James Freeman Clarke
  • Jones Very
  • Shakespeare
  • Jones Very
  • Hamlet
  • Jones Very
  • The wind-flower
  • The columbine
  • The new birth
  • The son
  • The morning watch
  • The everlasting yes
  • The garden
  • The presence
  • Thy brother's blood
  • Nature
  • The meek
  • The barberry-bush
  • The children
  • The hand and foot
  • The new world
  • To the fossil flower
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • The prayer
  • The silent
  • The fox and the bird
  • Jones Very
  • A short essay on critics
  • Margaret Fuller
  • Menzel's view of Goethe
  • Margaret Fuller
  • The word Aesthetic
  • Elizabeth Palmer Peabody
  • Autobiography
  • The new poetry
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • The earth
  • An old man
  • William Ellery Channing
  • Questionings
  • Frederic Henry Hedge
  • Stanzas
  • The ocean
  • Correspondence
  • James Freeman Clarke
  • Inworld
  • Outworld
  • The spirit of the age
  • The garden
  • Christopher Pearse Cranch
  • Sympathy
  • Stanzas
  • Sic vita
  • The inward morning
  • Free love
  • The peculiar blessings of our social condition as Americans
  • Oration on genius
  • Henry D. Thoreau
  • A dialogue
  • Margaret Fuller
  • I slept, and dreamed that life was beauty
  • Ellen Sturgis Hooper
  • Poems
  • Caroline Sturgis Tappan
  • A record of impressions
  • Margaret Fuller
  • Painting and sculpture
  • Sampson Reed
  • Sophia Dana Ripley
  • Music
  • John Sullivan Dwight
  • The writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Theodore Parker
  • On the progress of civilization
  • George Bancroft
  • An ideal of humanity
  • William Henry Channing
  • Emerson
  • Observations on the growth of the mind
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Wordsworth
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • The laboring classes
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Brownson's Laboring classes
  • William Henry Channing
  • A sermon of merchants
  • Theodore Parker
  • The great lawsuit
  • Sampson Reed
  • Margaret Fuller
  • Plan of the West Roxbury community
  • Elizabeth Palmer Peabody
  • The harbinger
  • George Ripley
  • The art of life
  • Frederic Henry Hedge
  • Hawthorne's Scarlet letter
  • George B. Loring
  • Theodore Parker's experience as a minister
  • Charles Follen's inaugural discourse
  • Theodore Parker
  • Historic notes of life and letters in New England
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • George Ripley
  • Natural theology
  • Convers Francis
  • James Mackintosh
  • George Ripley
  • Joseph Stevens Buckminster
  • Coleridge
  • Frederic Henry Hedge
  • Progress of society
  • Frederic Henry Hedge
  • Moral aspects of phrenology
  • Isaac Ray
  • Schiller
  • Frederic Henry Hedge
  • Foundations of faith
  • James Walker
  • Oration pronounced at Cambridge, before the Society of Phi Beta Kappa, August 26, 1824
  • Benjamin Constant
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Herder
  • George Ripley
  • Progress of society
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Herder's theological opinions and services
  • George Ripley
  • Wordsworth's Yarrow revisited
  • Cornelius C. Felton
  • Edward Everett
  • Schleiermacher as a theologian
  • George Ripley
  • Education of the people
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Sartor resartus
  • Nathaniel L. Frothingham
  • Victor Cousin
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • New views of Christianity, society, and the Church
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Likeness to God
  • Remarks on the four Gospels
  • William Henry Furness
  • Martineau's Rationale
  • George Ripley
  • Discourses on the philosophy of religion
  • George Ripley
  • Record of a school
  • Elizabeth Palmer Peabody
  • Conversations with children on the Gospels
  • Amos Bronson Alcott
  • William Ellery Channing
  • Ripley's Martineau
  • Andrews Norton
  • To Mr. Andrews Norton
  • George Ripley
  • Emerson's Nature
  • Samuel Osgood
  • Ripley's Discourses
  • James Freeman Clarke
  • Alcott
  • James Freeman Clarke -- Furness' Remarks
  • History of intellectual philosophy
  • Martin Luther Hurlbut
  • Emerson's Nature
  • Francis Bowen
  • Locke and the Transcendentalists
  • Francis Bowen
  • Emerson's American scholar
  • Christopher Pearse Cranch
  • Introductory remarks
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Francis Bowen
  • Alexander H. Everett
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Emerson's American scholar
  • William Henry Channing
  • Alcott's Conversations /
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Ripley's Specimens
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • An address delivered before the senior class in Divinity College
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • The new school in literature and religion
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xvii, 521 p.
Isbn
9780674903333
Lccn
50007360
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
000696692
System control number
(OCoLC)818471
Label
The transcendentalists : an anthology, [edited by] Perry Miller
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [503]-510
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preliminary essay
  • Andrews Norton
  • Emerson's Address
  • The christian examiner
  • Emerson's Address
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • R.W. Emerson and the new school
  • James Freeman Clarke, Christopher Pearse Cranch
  • Preface, Observations, 1838
  • Sampson Reed
  • Norton's Evidence
  • James Marsh
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • A discourse on the latest form of infidelity
  • Andrews Norton
  • The latest form of infidelity examined
  • George Ripley
  • A letter to Andrews Norton
  • Richard Hildreth
  • The previous question between Mr. Andrews Norton and his alumni
  • Theodore Parker
  • Transcendentalism of the Germans and of Cousin and its influence on opinion in this country
  • Signs of the times
  • J.W. Alexander, Albert Dod, Charles Hodge
  • Two articles from The Princeton review
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • The editors to the reader
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Letter to the church in Purchase Street
  • George Ripley
  • A farewell discourse
  • George Ripley
  • A discourse of the transient and permanent in Christianity
  • Timothy Walker
  • Theodore Parker
  • Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today, and forever
  • George Ripley
  • Introductory notice, specimens of foreign standard literature
  • George Ripley
  • Transcendentalism
  • Christopher Pearse Cranch
  • Orphic sayings
  • Amos Bronson Alcott
  • A discourse of matters pertaining to religion
  • The influence of Carlyle
  • Theodore Parker
  • The natural history of Massachusetts
  • Henry D. Thoreau
  • Memoirs
  • Margaret Fuller
  • Shelley
  • D.L.
  • Jones Very
  • James Freeman Clarke
  • Epic poetry
  • James Freeman Clarke
  • Jones Very
  • Shakespeare
  • Jones Very
  • Hamlet
  • Jones Very
  • The wind-flower
  • The columbine
  • The new birth
  • The son
  • The morning watch
  • The everlasting yes
  • The garden
  • The presence
  • Thy brother's blood
  • Nature
  • The meek
  • The barberry-bush
  • The children
  • The hand and foot
  • The new world
  • To the fossil flower
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • The prayer
  • The silent
  • The fox and the bird
  • Jones Very
  • A short essay on critics
  • Margaret Fuller
  • Menzel's view of Goethe
  • Margaret Fuller
  • The word Aesthetic
  • Elizabeth Palmer Peabody
  • Autobiography
  • The new poetry
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • The earth
  • An old man
  • William Ellery Channing
  • Questionings
  • Frederic Henry Hedge
  • Stanzas
  • The ocean
  • Correspondence
  • James Freeman Clarke
  • Inworld
  • Outworld
  • The spirit of the age
  • The garden
  • Christopher Pearse Cranch
  • Sympathy
  • Stanzas
  • Sic vita
  • The inward morning
  • Free love
  • The peculiar blessings of our social condition as Americans
  • Oration on genius
  • Henry D. Thoreau
  • A dialogue
  • Margaret Fuller
  • I slept, and dreamed that life was beauty
  • Ellen Sturgis Hooper
  • Poems
  • Caroline Sturgis Tappan
  • A record of impressions
  • Margaret Fuller
  • Painting and sculpture
  • Sampson Reed
  • Sophia Dana Ripley
  • Music
  • John Sullivan Dwight
  • The writings of Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Theodore Parker
  • On the progress of civilization
  • George Bancroft
  • An ideal of humanity
  • William Henry Channing
  • Emerson
  • Observations on the growth of the mind
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Wordsworth
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • The laboring classes
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Brownson's Laboring classes
  • William Henry Channing
  • A sermon of merchants
  • Theodore Parker
  • The great lawsuit
  • Sampson Reed
  • Margaret Fuller
  • Plan of the West Roxbury community
  • Elizabeth Palmer Peabody
  • The harbinger
  • George Ripley
  • The art of life
  • Frederic Henry Hedge
  • Hawthorne's Scarlet letter
  • George B. Loring
  • Theodore Parker's experience as a minister
  • Charles Follen's inaugural discourse
  • Theodore Parker
  • Historic notes of life and letters in New England
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • George Ripley
  • Natural theology
  • Convers Francis
  • James Mackintosh
  • George Ripley
  • Joseph Stevens Buckminster
  • Coleridge
  • Frederic Henry Hedge
  • Progress of society
  • Frederic Henry Hedge
  • Moral aspects of phrenology
  • Isaac Ray
  • Schiller
  • Frederic Henry Hedge
  • Foundations of faith
  • James Walker
  • Oration pronounced at Cambridge, before the Society of Phi Beta Kappa, August 26, 1824
  • Benjamin Constant
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Herder
  • George Ripley
  • Progress of society
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Herder's theological opinions and services
  • George Ripley
  • Wordsworth's Yarrow revisited
  • Cornelius C. Felton
  • Edward Everett
  • Schleiermacher as a theologian
  • George Ripley
  • Education of the people
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Sartor resartus
  • Nathaniel L. Frothingham
  • Victor Cousin
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • New views of Christianity, society, and the Church
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Likeness to God
  • Remarks on the four Gospels
  • William Henry Furness
  • Martineau's Rationale
  • George Ripley
  • Discourses on the philosophy of religion
  • George Ripley
  • Record of a school
  • Elizabeth Palmer Peabody
  • Conversations with children on the Gospels
  • Amos Bronson Alcott
  • William Ellery Channing
  • Ripley's Martineau
  • Andrews Norton
  • To Mr. Andrews Norton
  • George Ripley
  • Emerson's Nature
  • Samuel Osgood
  • Ripley's Discourses
  • James Freeman Clarke
  • Alcott
  • James Freeman Clarke -- Furness' Remarks
  • History of intellectual philosophy
  • Martin Luther Hurlbut
  • Emerson's Nature
  • Francis Bowen
  • Locke and the Transcendentalists
  • Francis Bowen
  • Emerson's American scholar
  • Christopher Pearse Cranch
  • Introductory remarks
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Francis Bowen
  • Alexander H. Everett
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Emerson's American scholar
  • William Henry Channing
  • Alcott's Conversations /
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • Ripley's Specimens
  • Orestes A. Brownson
  • An address delivered before the senior class in Divinity College
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • The new school in literature and religion
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xvii, 521 p.
Isbn
9780674903333
Lccn
50007360
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
000696692
System control number
(OCoLC)818471

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