Emerson, Ralph Waldo  (1803 – 1882)
American Author and Poet. Born in Boston, Massachusetts but resided chiefly in Concord, Massachusetts. His most famous works include Nature (1836), The American Scholar (1837), and Essays (1844). Emerson was the leading exponent of New England Transcendentalism whose tenets are encompassed in Nature.

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letter to George W. Smalley (November 17) Ralph Waldo Emerson
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letter to Mr. Underwood (September 23, 1857) Ralph Waldo Emerson
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