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Transcendentalism Movies & Media Adaptations

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Media Adaptations

Robert D. Richardson, author of Emerson: The Mind on Fire, discusses his book and Emerson's life on CSPAN's Booknotes series. The interview aired August 13, 1995. For tape, transcript, or real-audio clip, visit http://www.booknotes .org.

Musician Ken Pederson produced a new-age CD entitled Walden, inspired by Henry David Thoreau's Walden. Pederson produced it himself and released it in 1997.

Audio Partners Publishing Corporation released Thoreau and Emerson: Nature and Spirit, a double audiocassette, in 1997. The cassettes include passages from the authors' works relating to nature and spirituality.

The Spiritual Light of Ralph Waldo Emerson, a double audiocassette, was released in 1992 by Audio Literature. The work contains passages from Emerson's writings.

Voices and Visions: Walt Whitman, released by Winstar in 1999, is a VHS videocassette. It features poets of the twentieth century reading from Whitman's poems.

Originally produced for PBS in 1998, the VHS videocassette Walt Whitman and the Civil War is...

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