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Vol. 15. Colonial and Revolutionary Literature; Early National Literature, Part I.


IX. Emerson.

Bibliography.


George Willis Cooke's Bibliography of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Boston, 1908, is an exhaustive record of Emerson's published writings and of biographical and critical material. The present bibliography is necessarily selective, but it is believed that it includes in particular all the publications of importance which have appeared since Mr. Cooke's volume.

Unless otherwise noted, all the single essays and poems listed below appear in the Complete Works, 1903–4. Those marked * have been reprinted in Uncollected Writings, New York, [1912]. Those marked ** have not been republished, unless specially noted. A large proportion of the newspaper items listed are unauthorized reports of lectures and addresses.

The language of the translations recorded is indicated in each instance by the place of publication.


COMPLETE COLLECTIONS

Riverside Edition of Emerson's Complete Works [edited by James Elliot Cabot]. 12 v, Boston, 1884 [1883]–1893, London, 1884–93. (Standard Library Edition printed from the plates of the Riverside, with additional illustrations, 1894.)
Centenary Edition. The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson. With a biographical introduction and notes by Edward Waldo Emerson…. 12 v. Boston, 1903–4, London, 1904. (Concord Edition, 1904, and Autograph Centenary Edition, 1905, printed from plates of the Centenary Edition.)

FIRST EDITIONS OF SEPARATE WORKS

[The numbers following the dates indicate volume and page.]

Fame. The Offering, for 1829, Cambridge, 1829, 52–3.
*The Right Hand of Fellowship [Address]. A Sermon delivered at the Ordination of Hersey Bradford Goodwin &hellip by James Kendall, D.D…. Concord, 1830, 29–31.
*Letter from the Rev. R. W. Emerson to the Second Church and Society. Boston, [1832]. O. B. Frothingham, Transcendentalism in New England, New York, 1876, 232–6. J. E. Cabot, Memoir of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Boston, 1887, 685–8.
We love the Venerable House [hymn]. Sermon at Ordination of Chandler Robbins by Henry Ware. Boston, 1833, 32.
A Historical Discourse, delivered before the Citizens of Concord, 12th September, 1835, on the Second Centennial Anniversary of the Incorporation of the Town…. Concord, 1835. Boston, [1875].
Nature…. Boston, 1836. Translation: Adolf Holtermann, Hannover, 1868, 1873.
Original Hymn [By the Rude Bridge That Arched the Flood], N. p., n.d. [1837], sheet.
The American Scholar. An Oration delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society at Cambridge, August 31, 1837. Boston, 1837. As Man Thinking: An Oration, London, [1844].
An Address delivered before the Senior Class in Divinity College, Cambridge &hellip 15 July, 1838. Boston, 1838. Translation, E. M. Thorson, Kjobenhavn, 1856; Bremen, 1898.
[Literary Ethics]. An Oration delivered before the Literary Societies of Dartmouth College, July 24, 1838…. Boston, 1838.
Essays [First Series]. Boston, 1841. New Edition [revised], 1847. Translations: Èmile Montègut, Paris, 1851; Leon Augusto Perussia, Milano, 1886, 1889; Karl Federn, Halle, 1894; Pedro Marquez, Madrid, 1900; Wilhelm Schölermann, Leipzig, 1902, Jena, 1905; M. Spiro, Berlin, n. d.
The Method of Nature. An Oration delivered before the Society of the Adelphi, in Waterville College, in Maine, August 2, 1841. Boston, 1841.
Essays, Second Series. Boston, 1844. Eight Essays, London, 1852. Translation, W. Miessner, Jena, 1904.
[Emancipation in the British West Indies.] An Address delivered in the Court–House in Concord, Massachusetts, on 1st August, 1844, on the Anniversary of the Emancipation of the Negroes in the British West Indies &hellip Boston, 1844.
**The Garden of Plants. The Gift, Philadelphia, 1844, 143–6. An Ungarnered Emerson Item, The Nation [New York], 100, 563–4, May 20, 1915.
The Last Farewell. Our Pastor's Offering, Boston, 1845, 34–6.
*My Thoughts. Ibid., 107–8.
*The Poet [Hoard Knowledge in Thy Coffers]. The Gift, Philadelphia, 1845, 77.
The Poet's Apology. Ibid., 77.
Dirge. Ibid., 94–6.
Loss and Gain. The Diadem for 1846 &hellip Philadelphia, 1846, 9.
—— Fable, ibid., 38.
—— Forerunners, ibid., 95.
Poems. Boston, 1847 [1846], London, 1847.
The World–Soul. The Diadem &hellip Philadelphia, 1847, 76–8.
Nature, Addresses and Lectures. Boston, 1849. Miscellanies, embracing Nature, Addresses, and Lectures, Boston, 1855. Nature, an Essay, and Lectures on the Times, London, 1844. Nature, an Essay, and Orations, London, 1844. Orations, Lectures, and Addresses, London, 1845. Essays, Orations, and Lectures, London, 1848. Essays, Lectures, and Orations, London, 1848. Orations, Lectures, and Addresses, London, 1849. Translations: Xavier Eyma, Paris, 1865; Edmundo Gonsàlez Blanco, Madrid, n.d.
Representative Men, Seven Lectures. Boston, 1850 [1849]. Translations: E. M. Thorson, Kjobenhavn, 1857; P. de Boulogne, Bruxelles, 1863; V. Pfeiff, Upsala, 1875; Jean Izoulet avec la collaboration de Adrien Baret et Firmin Roz, Paris, 1895; Oskar Dähnert, Leipzig, [1895]; Karl Federn, Halle, 1896; Heinrich Conrad, Leipzig, 1903, 1905; Maria Pastore–Mucchi, Torino, 1904.
Essays, First and Second Series. 2 v., Boston, 1850. The Twenty Essays of
Ralph Waldo Emerson, London, 1870. Translations: G. Fabricius, Hannover, 1858; Fanny Zampini Salazar, Milano, 1904.
*Faith, *The Phoenix, *To Himself [translations from the Persian of Hafiz]; *Word and Deed, translation from the Persian of Nisami. The Liberty Bell, by Friends of Freedom, Boston, 1851, 78–81.
Address to Kossuth. Kossuth in New England, Boston, 1852.
Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli [by Emerson, W. H. Channing, and J. F. Clarke] &hellip 2 v., Boston, 1852 [1851].
On Freedom [Freedom]. Autographs for Freedom, ed. by Julia Griffiths, Auburn, 1854, 235–6.
English Traits. Boston, 1856, London, 1856. Translations: Friedrich Spielhagen, Hannover, 1857; A. F. Akerberg, Upsala, 1875; Rafael Cansinos, Madrid, [1906].
Farming. Transactions of the Middlesex Agricultural Society, 1858, 45–52.
*Amos Bronson Alcott. New American Cyclopaedia &hellip edited by George Ripley and Charles A. Dana, New York, 1859, 1, 301–2.
[Robert Burns]. Celebration by the Burns Club, Boston, 1859, 35–7.
The Conduct of Life. Boston, 1860. London, 1861. Translations: E. S. von Mühlberg [E. Sartorius], Leipzig, 1862, 1885; Xavier Eyma, Paris, n. d., Bruxelles, 1864, 1888; Benedicto Vèlez, Madrid, [1900]; Karl Federn, Minden, 1901; Heinrich Conrad, Leipzig, 1903, 1905; P. H. Hugenholtz, Jr., Amsterdam, 1903; Friedrich Kwest, Hamburg, n. d.; M. Dugard, Paris, 1909.
John Brown [Speech at Boston, November 18, 1859]. The John Brown Invasion, an authentic history of the Harper's Ferry tragedy, Boston, 1860, 103–5. Echoes of Harper's Ferry, Boston, 1860, 67–70.
John Brown [Speech at Salem, January 26, 1860]. Echoes of Harper's Ferry, Boston, 1860, 119–22.
[Theodore Parker]. Tributes to Theodore Parker at the Music Hall, June 17, 1860 &hellip Boston, 1860, 14–19.
**The Lover's Petition. Over–Songs. Taunton, Privately printed [only five copies], 1864. May–Day and other Pieces, Boston, 1867, 90–1.
Sea–Shore. The Boatswain's Whistle. Boston, Nov. 18, 1864.
*[William Cullen Bryant]. The Bryant Festival at “The Century,“ November 5, 1864, New York, 1865, 16–19.
The Gulistan or Rose Garden, by Musle–Hudden Sheik Saadi, of Shiraz. Translated by Francis Gladwin, with an essay &hellip by James Ross, and a preface by R. W. Emerson. Boston, 1865. (Preface, iii–xv).
May–Day and Other Pieces. Boston, 1867. London, 1867.
Address at the Dedication of the Soldiers' Monument in Concord. Ceremonies at the Dedication &hellip Concord, 1867, 29–52.
[Remarks at Organization of the Free Religious Association]. Report of a Meeting to consider Free Religion. Boston, 1867. 52–4.
[Speech in Honor of the Chinese Embassy]. Reception of the Chinese Embassy, Boston, 1868, 52–5.
Humboldt. Address at Centennial Anniversary of Birth of Humboldt. Boston Society of Natural History, 1869, 71–2.
[Speech on Free Religion]. Proceedings at Second Annual Meeting of the Free Religious Association, Boston, 1869, 42–4.
Society and Solitude, Twelve Chapters. Boston, 1870, London, 1870. Translations: Selma Mohnicke, Bremen, 1871, 1875; Norden, 1885; Sophie von Harbou, Halle, 1902; Heinrich Conrad, Leipzig, 1903.
Plutarch's Morals, translated from the Greek &hellip Revised by William W.
Goodwin, &hellip with an introduction by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Boston, 1870. (Introduction, I, ix–xxiv.)
Sir Walter Scott. Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Aug., 1871. 12, 145–7, 1873.
[Address at the Opening of the Concord Free Public Library]. Dedication of the New Building for the Free Public Library of Concord, Mass. Boston, 1873, 37–45.
Parnassus [a Collection of Poetry], edited by Ralph Waldo Emerson &hellip Boston, 1875.
Letters and Social Aims. Boston, 1876 [1875], London, 1876. Translations: Julian Schmidt, Stuttgart, 1876; Haarlem, 1881; J. Và&ncirc;a, Praha, 1883.
Selected Poems. New and Revised Edition. Boston, 1876. (Volume IX. of the 1876 collected edition of Emerson's works.)
The Sermon on the Lord's Supper. Octavius Brooks Frothingham, Transcendentalism in New England, New York, 1876, 363–380.
**Speech on the Concord Fight. Proceedings at the Centennial Celebration of Concord Fight, Concord, 1876, 79–81. G. W. Cooke, Ralph Waldo Emerson, His Life, Writings, and Philosophy, Boston, 1881, 182–3.
Fortune of the Republic. Lecture delivered at the Old South Church, March 30, 1878 &hellip Boston, 1878.
**[Speech at Bedford]. Bedford Sesqui–Centennial Celebration, Boston, 1879, 79.
**Religion. Sketches and Reminiscences of the Radical Club, edited by Mrs. John T. Sargent, Boston, 1880, 3–6. The Senses and the Soul, and Moral Sentiment in Religion, Two Essays. London, 1884, 21–4.
The Beggar Begs by God's Command. Ibid., 398.
The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1834–1872. 2 v., Boston, 1883. Supplementary Letters, Boston, 1886. Revised edition [containing supplementary letters], 2 v., Boston, 1888.
Lectures and Biographical Sketches. Boston, 1884 [1883]. (Vol. X of the Riverside Edition).
Miscellanies. Boston, 1884 [1883]. (Vol. XI of the Riverside Edition.)
Natural History of Intellect and other Papers. With a General Index to Emerson's Collected Works. Boston, 1893. (Volume XII of the Riverside Edition.)
**Two Unpublished Essays. The Character of Socrates. The Present State of Ethical Philosophy…. With an introduction by Edward Everett Hale. Boston, 1896. Ralph Waldo Emerson. By Edward Everett Hale. Together with Two Early Essays of Emerson. Boston, 1899.
A Correspondence between John Sterling and Ralph Waldo Emerson. With a Sketch of Sterling's Life by Edward Waldo Emerson &hellip Boston, 1897.
Letters from Ralph Waldo Emerson to a Friend [Samuel Gray Ward], 1838–1853.
Edited by Charles Eliot Norton. Boston, 1899.
**Oration [before the New England Society in the City of New York], 1870. The New England Society Orations &hellip 1820–1885, collected and edited by Cephas Brainerd and Eveline Warner Brainerd &hellip 2 v., 1901, 2, 371–96. (An incomplete and incorrect report of this address appeared in the New York Tribune of December 24, 1870.)
Correspondence between Ralph Waldo Emerson and Herman Grimm. Edited by Frederick William Holls. Boston, 1903. (Reprinted from the Atlantic Monthly, 91, 467–479, 1903, with the addition of the original German letters.)
**Sermon on the Death of George Adams Sampson, 1834. Boston, 1903. (Privately printed; 30 copies.)
Journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson, with Annotations. Edited by Edward Waldo Emerson and Waldo Emerson Forbes. 10 v., Boston, 1909–14.
Records of a Lifelong Friendship, 1807–1882. [Correspondence of] Ralph Waldo Emerson and William Henry Furness. Edited by H[enry] H[oward] F[urness] Boston, 1910.
Uncollected Writings. Essays, Addresses, Poems, Reviews and Letters by Ralph Waldo Emerson. [Edited by Charles C. Bigelow.] [1912.]
(The essay, Nature, in this volume, is not, as the Introduction states, “an individual essay, distinct from all others of the same title,” but simply a reprint, published by Emerson in The Boston Book, 1850, of the first four paragraphs of Nature in Essays, Second Series, with a very trifling verbal change in the third paragraph.)
Emerson also contributed prefaces or introductions to the following volumes:
Carlyle, Sartor Resartus, Boston, 1836, iii–v.
—— Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Boston, 1838, I., iii.
—— Past and Present, Boston, 1843, iii.
Thoreau, Excursions, Boston, 1863: Biographical Sketch, 7–33 (This article is the same as that in Altantic Monthly, 10, 239–49).
—— Letters to Various Persons, Boston, 1865, iii.
Channing, The Wanderer, a colloquial poem, Boston, 1879, I, i–iii.
The Hundred Greatest Men, 4 v., London, 1879, I, i–iii.
G. W. Cooke's Bibliography of Emerson, pp. 32–4, contains a large number of personal and occasional letters which have not been republished. The following volumes, which have appeared since the publication of Mr. Cooke's Bibliography, contain additional letters by Emerson.
Uncollected Writings, &hellip New York, 1912, 193–208.
Letters of Charles Eliot Norton, &hellip Boston, 1913, 1, 340–1; 2, 137–8.

CONTRIBUTIONS TO PERIODICALS AND NEWSPAPERS: PROSE

Michael Angelo; North American Review, 44, 1–16, Jan., 1837.
*[Carlye's] French Revolution; Christian Examiner, 23, 380–5, Jan., 1838.
Letter to Martin Van Buren. Yeoman's Gazette (Concord), May 19, 1838.
Milton; North American Review, 47, 56–73, July, 1838.
Contributions to The Dial, a Magazine for Literature, Philosophy, and Religion, 4 v., Boston, July, 1840–April, 1844 (v. 3 and 4 edited by Emerson): [A number of the following entries are of questionable accuracy.

See J. E. Cabot's Memoir of Ralph Waldo Emerson, 2, 695–6, and G. W. Cooke's The Dial, an Historical and Biographical Introduction, Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 19, 225–65, 1885.]

*The Editors to the Reader; I, 1–14, July, 1840.
Thoughts on Modern Literature; I, 137–58, Oct., 1840.
*New Poetry [with extracts from W. E. Channing]; I, 220–32, Oct., 1840.
*[R. H. Dana, Jr.'s] Two Years before the Mast, [Fourier's] Social Destiny of Man [Reviews], I, 264–6, Oct., 1840.
*Thoughts on Art, I, 367–78, Jan., 1841.
*[J. E. Taylor's] Michael Angelo; [S. D. Robbins's] The Worship of the Soul [Reviews]; I, 401–4, Jan., 1841.
Man the Reformer; I, 523–38, Apr., 1841.
*Essays and Poems by Jones Very [Review]; 2, 430–1, July, 1841.
Walter Savage Landor; 2, 262–71, Oct., 1841.
*The Senses and the Soul; 2, 374–9, Jan., 1842.
*Transcendentalism (Editor's Table); 2, 382–4, Jan., 1842.
*The Ideal Man [Book Note]; 2, 408, Jan., 1842.
Lectures on the Times: [I] Introductory Lecture; II, The Conservative; III, The Transcendentalist; 3, I–18, 181–97, 297–313, July, 1842–Jan., 1843.
Prayers; 3, 77–81, July, 1842.
*Veeshnoo Sarma … Extracts from the Heetopades of Veeshnoo Sarma; 3, 82–5, July, 1842.
*Fourierism and the Socialists; 3, 86–96, July, 1842.
Chardon of Street and Bible Conventions; 3, 100–12, July, 1842.
Agriculture of Massachusetts; 3, 123–6, July, 1842.
*[George Borrow's] The Zincali; [Lockhart's] Ancient Spanish Ballads; [G. H. Colton's] Tecumseh, a Poem; 3, 127–9, July, 1842.
*Intelligence: [Charles Wilkes's] Exploring Expedition; Association of State Geologists; Harvard University; [Wordsworth's New Poems]; Alfred Tennyson; Henry Taylor; [Schelling in] Berlin; New Jerusalem Church; 3, 132–6, July, 1842.
*English Reformers; 3, 227–47, Oct., 1842.
*Poems by Alfred Tennyson; [O. A. Brownson's] A Letter to Rev. Wm. E. Channing [Reviews]; 3, 273–7, Oct., 1842.
*Literary Intelligence [The death of Channing]; 3, 387, Jan., 1843.
*Confessions of St. Agustin [Review]; 3, 414–5, Jan., 1843.
Europe and European Books; 3, 511–21, Apr., 1843.
*[Borrow's] The Bible in Spain; [Browning's] *Paracelsus [Reviews]; 3, 534–5, Apr., 1843.
Gifts; 4, 93–5, July, 1843.
[Carlyle's] Past and Present; 4, 96–102, July, 1843.
*Anti–Slavery Poems by John Pierpont; Sonnets and other Poems by William Lloyd Garrison; [N. W. Coffin's] America, an Ode … Poems by William Ellery Channing [Reviews]; 4, 134–5, July, 1843.
*To Correspondents [note]; 4, 136, July., 1843.
The Comic; 4, 247–56, Oct., 1843.
A Letter; 4, 262–70, Oct., 1843.
*The Huguenots in France and America; [Longfellow's] The Spanish Student; [J. G. Percival's] The Dream of a Day [Reviews]; 4, 270–2, Oct., 1843.
*Tantalus; 4, 357–63, Jan., 1844.
The Young American; 4, 484–507, Apr., 1844.
The Tragic; 4, 515–21, Apr., 1844.
*Ethnical Scriptures: Chaldean Oracles; 4, 529–36, Apr., 1844.
Ezra Ripley, D.D.; Concord Republication, Oct. I, 1841; Atlantic Monthly, 52, 592–6, Nov., 1883.
To the Public [Editor's Address]; Massachusetts Quarterly Review, I, 1–7, Dec., 1847.
**Essays and Tales by John Sterling [Review]; Ibid., I, 515–6, Sept., 1848.
*[A. H. Clough's] The Bothie of Toper–na–Fousich; [Review]; ibid., 2, 249–52, Mar., 1849.
War; The Aesthetic Papers [edited by Elizabeth P. Peabody], I [all published], 36–50, 1849.
**[Anti–Slavery Lecture against the Know–Nothings]. Boston Evening Traveller, Jan., 25, 1855.
Samuel Hoar; Putnam's Monthly Magazine, 8, 645–6, Dec., 1856.
Solitude and Society [Sic]; Atlantic Monthly, 1, 225–9, Dec., 1857.
Books; ibid., 1, 343–53, Jan., 1858.
Persian Poetry; ibid., 1, 724–34, Apr., 1858.
Eloquence; ibid., 2, 385–97, Sept., 1858.
Culture; ibid., 6, 343–53, Sept., 1860.
Domestic Life [Revision of Society and Solitude]; The Dial &hellip M. D. Conway, editor, 1 [all published], 585–602, Cincinnati, Oct., 1860.
The Story of West–Indian Emancipation [Emancipation in the British West Indies]; ibid., I, 649–60. Dec., 1860.
Old Age; Atlantic Monthly, 9, 134–40, Jan., 1862.
American Civilization. Ibid., 9, 502–11, Apr., 1862.
**Henry D. Thoreau [obituary notice]; Boston Daily Advertiser, May 8, 1862. G. W. Cooke, Bibliography of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Boston, 1908, 120–2.
Thoreau; Atlantic Monthly, 10, 239–49, Aug., 1862.
The President's Proclamation [The Emancipation Proclamation]. Ibid., 10, 638–42, Nov., 1862.
Saadi. Ibid., 14, 33–7, July, 1864.
**[Reports of Lectures on American Life]; Boston Commonwealth, Dec. 10, 17, 24, 31, 1864, Jan. 7, 1865.
Abraham Lincoln [Remarks at the Memorial Services in Concord, April 19, 1865]. Boston Commonwealth, April 29, 1865.
Character [distinct essay from that in Essays, Second Series]; North American Review, 102, 356–73, Apr., 1866.
George L. Stearns; Boston Commonwealth, Apr. 20, 1867.
Mrs. Sarah A. Ripley; Boston Daily Advertiser, July 31, 1867.
Aspects of Culture; Atlantic Monthly, 21, 87–95, Jan., 1868.
Quotation and Originality; North American Review, 106, 543–57, Apr., 1868.
**Natural Religion [Horticultural Hall Address]; Boston Commonwealth, May 8, 1869.
**What Books to Read [Address at Howard University]; Boston Evening Transcript, Jan. 22, 1872.
*Address at the Japanese Banquet, August 2, 1872; Boston Commonwealth, Aug. 10, 1872.
*Address at the Complimentary Dinner to James Anthony Froude &hellip New York, October 15, 1872. New York Daily Tribune, Oct. 16, 1872.
The Assault upon Mr. [Charles] Sumner. Boston Evening Transcript, April 29, 1874.
**Remarks at Centennial Celebration, Boston Latin School; November 8, 1876; Boston Daily Advertiser, Nov. 9, 1876.
Demonology; North American Review, 124, 179–90, Mar., 1877.
Perpetual Forces. Ibid., 125, 271–82, Sept., 1877.
Sovereignty of Ethics. Ibid., 126, 404–20, May–June, 1878.
The Preacher; Unitarian Review, 13, 1–13, Jan., 1880.
Mr. Emerson on Woman Suffrage [Woman], Woman's Journal. 12, 100, Mar. 26, 1881.
Impressions of Thomas Carlyle in 1848; Scribner's Monthly [afterwards the Century], 22, 89–92, May, 1881.
The Superlative; Century Magazine, 23, 534–47, Feb., 1882.
Early Letters of Emerson [comment by Mary S. Withington]. Ibid., 26, 454–8, June, 1883.
Historic Notes of Life and Letters in Massachusetts [ &hellip in New England]; Atlantic Monthly, 52, 529–43, Oct., 1883.
Mary Moody Emerson. Ibid., 52, 733–43, Dec., 1883.
Boston. Ibid., 69, 26–35, Jan., 1892.
The Emerson–Thoreau Correspondence [with explanatory text by F. B. Sanborn]. Ibid., 69, 577–96, 736–53, May, June, 1892.
John Sterling, and a Correspondence between Sterling and Emerson [with explanatory text by Edward Waldo Emerson]. Ibid., 80, 14–35, July, 1897.
Walks with Ellery Channing [extracts from diaries]. Ibid., 90, 27–34, July, 1902.
Emerson's Correspondence with Herman Grimm [with introductory note by Frederic W. Holls]. Ibid., 91, 467–79, Apr., 1903.
Washington in Wartime, from a Journal of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Ibid., 94, 1–8, July, 1904.
Shakespeare. Ibid., 94, 365–7, Sept., 1904.
Country Life. Ibid., 94, 594–604, Nov., 1904.
**Father Taylor [introductory note by Edward W. Emerson]. Ibid., 98, 177–81, Aug., 1906.

CONTRIBUTIONS TO PERIODICALS: VERSE

Each and All. Western Messenger, 6, 229–230, February, 1839.
To the Humble-Bee. Ibid, 6, 239–241, February, 1839.
Good–By, Proud World. Ibid., 6, 402, April, 1839.
The Rhodora. Ibid., 7, 166, July, 1839.
To &hellip [To Eva]. The Dial, A Magazine for Literature, Philosophy, and Religion, 1., 84, July, 1840.
The Problem. Ibid., 1, 122–3, July, 1840.
Silence [Eros]. Ibid., 1, 158, Oct., 1840.
Woodnotes. Ibid., 1, 242–5, Oct., 1840.
The Snow–Storm. Ibid., 1, 339, Jan., 1841.
Suum Cuique [The rain has spoiled &hellip]. Ibid., 1, 347, Jan., 1841.
The Sphinx. Ibid., 1, 348–350, Jan., 1841.
Painting and Sculpture. Ibid., 2, 205, Oct., 1841.
Fate. [That you are fair &hellip] Ibid., 2, 205–6, Oct., 1841.
Woodnotes, Number II. Ibid., 2, 207–214, Oct., 1841.
The Park. Ibid., 2, 373, Jan., 1842.
Forbearance. Ibid., 2, 373, Jan., 1842.
Grace. Ibid., 2, 373, Jan., 1842.
Tact. Ibid., 3, 72–3, July, 1842.
Holidays. Ibid., 3, 73, July, 1842.
The Amulet. Ibid., 3, 73–4, July, 1842.
Saadi. Ibid., 3, 265–9, Oct., 1842.
To Eva at the South. Ibid., 3, 327–8, Jan., 1843.
To Rhea. Ibid., 4, 104–6, July, 1843.
Ode to Beauty. Ibid., 4, 257–9, Oct., 1843.
Eros. Ibid., 4, 101, Jan., 1844,
The Times, a Fragment [Blight.] Ibid., 4, 405–6, Jan., 1844.
The Visit. Ibid., 4, 528, Apr., 1844.
The Romany Girl, The Chartist's Complaint, Days, Brahma; Atlantic Monthy,
1, 46–8, Nov., 1857.
Illusions. Ibid., 58–62, Nov., 1857.
Two Rivers. Ibid., 1, 311, Jan., 1858.
Waldeinsamkeit. Ibid., 2, 550–1, Oct., 1858.
Song of Nature. Ibid., 5, 18–20, Jan., 1860.
The Sacred Dance. The Dial, M. D. Conway, Editor, Cincinnati, 1, 37, Jan., 1860.
Cras, Heri, Hodie [Heri, Cras, Hodie], Climacteric, The Botanist, The Forester. Ibid., 1, 131, Feb., 1860.
From Alcuin, The Gardener, Nature [Boon Nature yields], Nature in Leasts [In Minimis], The Northman, The Orator, The Poet [Ever the Poet from the land], The Artist. Ibid., 1, 195, Mar., 1860.
The Test: Musa Loquitur; Atlantic Monthly, 7, 85, Jan., 1861.
The Titmouse. Ibid., 9, 585–7, May, 1862.
Boston Hymn. Ibid., 11, 227–8, Feb., 1863. Also in Dwight's Journal of Music, Jan. 24, 1863.
Voluntaries. Ibid., 12, 504–6, Oct., 1863.
My Garden. Ibid., 18, 665–6, Dec., 1866.
Terminus. Ibid., 19, 111–12, Jan., 1867.
Boston: Sicut Patribus, Sit Deus Nobis. Ibid., 37, 195–7, Feb., 1876.
**To Lowell, on his Thirtieth Birthday. Century, 47, 3–4, Nov., 1893. [Introductory note by Charles Eliot Norton.]

BIOGRAPHY AND CRITICISM

Agoult, Marie de Flavigny, Comtesse d'. Ètudes Contemporaines: Emerson. Revue Indèpendente, 2 Ser., 4, 195–209, July, 1846.
Albee, John. Remembrances of Emerson. New York, 1901. New edition, with additions, 1903.
Alcott, Amos Bronson. Emerson &hellip Cambridge, 1865.
—— Emerson. Concord Days, Boston, 1872, 25–40.
—— Ralph Waldo Emerson, Philosopher and Seer &hellip Boston, 1882.
Angot des Rotours, Jules. Ralph Waldo Emerson. La Morale du Coeur &hellip Paris, 1892, 179–99.
Arnold, Matthew. Emerson. Macmillan's Magazine, 50, 1–13, May, 1884. Discourses in America, London, 1885, 138–207.
Baildon, Henry Bellyse. Ralph Waldo Emerson, Man and Teacher. Edinburgh, 1887.
Basch, Victor. Individualistes Modernes: Ralph Waldo Emerson. La Grande Revue, 7, 73–102, Apr., 1903.
Beers, Henry Augustin. Emerson's Transcendentalism. Points at Issue and some other Points, New York, 1904, 89–118.
Benton, Joel. Emerson as a Poet [including W. S. Kennedy, An Emerson Concordance, 109–47; and W. F. Poole, Emerson as a Magazine Topic, 149–68]. New York, 1883.
—— Emerson's Optimism. Outlook, 68, 407–10, June 15, 1901.
Persons and Places; Reminiscent studies of Matthew Arnold, Emerson, Greeley, & c. New York, 1907, 1–7, 67–77.
Berg, Leo. Ralph Waldo Emerson [Geboren am 25 Mai, 1803]. Vossische Zeitung, Sonntagsbeilage, Nos. 21–2, May, 24–31, 1903.
Bijvanck, Willem Geertrudes Cornelis. Emerson en Walt Whitman. Pöezie en leven in de 19e eeuw, Haarlem, 1889, 263–313.
Birrell, Augustine. Emerson. Good Words, 26, 359–63, June, 1885. Obiter Dicta, 2nd Series, London, 1887, 236–53. Collected Essays, London, 1899, 1, 289–301.
—— Emerson. A lecture. London, 1903. [Not identical with the preceding.]
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