Self-Reliance Essay | New England Renissance

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Summary: Emerson`s "Self-Reliance", Longfellow's "A Psalm for life" and Holmes' "The Chambered Nautilus" advise their readers to live in certain ways. Whether it be Emerson's view on relying on oneself, Longfellow's advice to live in the present or Holmes' path of spiritual growth each author has his own unique message about how to live life.
NEW ENGLAND RENASSIANCE ESSAY

Emerson`s "Self-Reliance", Longfellow's "A Psalm for life" and Holmes' "The Chambered Nautilus" advise their readers to live in certain ways. Whether it be Emerson's view on relying on oneself, Longfellow's advice to live in the present or Holmes' path of spiritual growth each author has his own unique message about how to live life. They all have very valuable messages about life how we should live it, what its about and convey them in very different, but yet similar, ways. Throughout the literary works of Longfellow, Holmes and Emerson, each conveys its own important message as to how to live one's life.

In Longfellow's poem "A Psalm of life" he teaches us that nothing is a coincidence, no ones fate, or no events that take place are by chance. The message that Longfellow is trying to communicate is that people create their...

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