Poems eBook

Denis Florence MacCarthy
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 170 pages of information about Poems.

Experience
compensation
politics
heroism
character
culture
friendship
spiritual laws
beauty
manners
art
Unity
worship
Prudence
nature
the informing spirit
circles
intellect
gifts
promise
Caritas
power
wealth
illusions

QUATRAINS AND TRANSLATIONS

QUATRAINS
translations

APPENDIX

The poet
fragments on the poet and the poetic gift
fragments on nature and life
  nature
  life
the Bohemian hymn
grace
insight
Pan
Monadnoc from afar
September
Eros
October
Peter’s field
music
the walk
Cosmos
the miracle
the waterfall
Walden
the enchanter
written in A volume of Goethe
riches
philosopher
intellect
limits
inscription for A well in memory of the martyrs of the war
the exile

POEMS OF YOUTH AND EARLY MANHOOD

The bell
thought
prayer
to-day
fame
the summons
the river
good hope
lines to Ellen
Security
A mountain grave
A letter
hymn
self-Reliance
written in Naples
written at Rome
Webster

INDEX OF FIRST LINES

INDEX OF TITLES

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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

The Emersons first appeared in the north of England, but Thomas, who landed in Massachusetts in 1638, came from Hertfordshire.  He built soon after a house, sometimes railed the Saint’s Rest, which still stands in Ipswich on the slope of Heart-break Hill, close by Labour-in-vain Creek.  Ralph Waldo Emerson was the sixth in descent from him.  He was born in Boston, in Summer Street, May 25, 1803.  He was the third son of William Emerson, the minister of the First Church in Boston, whose father, William Emerson, had been the patriotic minister of Concord

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