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"Emerson: His Failure to Perceive the Meaning of Evil," in The Cambridge History of English and American Literature,Vol. XV, edited by W. P. Trent, J. Erskine, S. P. Sherman, and C. Van Doren, Cambridge University Press, 1907-1921.

Gerber, John C., "Emerson, Ralph Waldo," in Reference Guide to American Literature, 3d ed., St. James Press, 1994.

Khoren, Arisian, "'The Sun Shines Today Also': The Vision and Impact of Ralph Waldo Emerson," speech delivered at New York Society for Ethical Culture, June 17, 2001.

Myerson, Joel, "Ralph Waldo Emerson," in Concise Dictionary of American Literary Biography: 1640-1865, Gale Research, Inc., 1988, pp. 74-93.

Reid, Alfred S., "Emerson's Prose Style: An Edge to Goodness,"in Style in the American Renaissance: A Symposium,edited by Carl F. Strauch, Transcendental Books, 1970, pp.37-42.

Warren, Joyce W., "Transcendentalism and the Self: Ralph Waldo Emerson," in The American Narcissus: Individualism and Women in Nineteenth-Century American Fiction,Rutgers University Press...

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