Emerson transcendentalism essay

Amos Bronson Alcott
Louisa May Alcott
Orestes A. Brownson
Reverend William Ellery Channing
[William] Ellery Channing II
Lydia Maria Child
James Freeman Clarke
Moncure Conway
George Willis Cooke
Christopher Cranch
Caroline Healey Dall
John Sullivan Dwight
Ralph Waldo Emerson
[Sarah] Margaret Fuller
Frederic Henry Hedge
Elizabeth Hoar
Theodore Parker
Elizabeth Parker Peabody
George and Sophia Ripley
Franklin Sanborn
Ellen Sturgis [Hooper] and Caroline Sturgis [Tappan]
Henry David Thoreau -- Currently only available in total on the legacy site at http://transcendentalism-/authors/thoreau/
Jones Very

Edgar Allan Poe wrote a story, " Never Bet the Devil Your Head " (1841), in which he embedded elements of deep dislike for transcendentalism, calling its followers "Frogpondians" after the pond on Boston Common . [34] The narrator ridiculed their writings by calling them "metaphor-run" lapsing into "mysticism for mysticism's sake", [35] and called it a "disease." The story specifically mentions the movement and its flagship journal The Dial , though Poe denied that he had any specific targets. [36] In Poe's essay " The Philosophy of Composition " (1846), he offers criticism denouncing "the excess of the suggested meaning... which turns into prose (and that of the very flattest kind) the so-called poetry of the so-called transcendentalists." [37]

Emerson transcendentalism essay

emerson transcendentalism essay


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