This slim and inexpensive volume contains seven of Emerson's most famous essays: "History," "Self-Reliance," "Friendship," "The Over-Soul," "The Poet," "Experience," and "The Divinity School Address."Dover Publications, Inc., 1993. 117 pp. Paperback.
This impressive collection includes Emerson's most famous essays, his first book (Nature) in its entirety, 22 of his poems and several orations and biographical essays. Edited by Carl Bode and Malcolm Cowley.Viking Penguin, Inc., 1981. 668 pp. Paperback.
Contains eighteen of Emerson's writings (essays, letters, speeches, etc.) which together form a comprehensive study of Emerson's commitment to social reform.Edited by Len Gougeon and Joel Myerson. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1995. 232 pp. Paperback.
This intellectual biography of Emerson embraces the idea that his work is based on, and promotes, scientific thought.
This highly acclaimed biography of Ralph Waldo Emerson presents the writer and thinker as no other biography has. With frontispiece by Barry Moser.Berkeley: University of California Press, 1995. 671 pp. Paperback.