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The imagination wakened brings its own language, and that is always musical.
Preface
Ralph Waldo
Emerson
Parnassus
An Anthology of Poetry
 
Edited by Ralph Waldo Emerson
 
Some 700 complete poems, excerpts and verse quotations show a unique insight into the mind of America’s first Philosopher.
 
 
CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record    Preface

BOSTON: HOUGHTON, OSGOOD AND COMPANY, 1880
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2013
 
I. Nature:  Land — Sea — Sky
II. Human Life:  Home — Woman — Love — Friendship — Manners — Beauty
III. Intellectual:  Memory — Inspiration — Imagination — Fancy — Music — Art — Moods
IV. Contemplative — Moral — Religious:  Man — Virtue — Honor — Time — Change — Fate — Death — Immortality — Hymns — Holydays
V. Heroic:  Patriotic — Historic — Political
VI. Portraits — Personal — Pictures
VII. Narrative Poems and Ballads
VIII. Songs
IX. Dirges and Pathetic Poems
X. Comic and Humorous:  Satirical
XI. Poetry of Terror
XII. Oracles and Counsels:  Good Counsel — Supreme Hours


 

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