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Arts: Literature: World Literature: American: 19th Century: Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Arts: Literature: World Literature: American: 19th Century: Thoreau, Henry David
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Ann Woodlief's Transcendentalism Web
- Constructed in Spring 1999 by Virginia Commonwealth University graduate students studying in Ann Woodlief's Literature in Society course. Submissions of additional texts, papers, and links are invited.
- A definition of Transcendentalism, an important philosophical, religious, and literary movement of the early 19th century in the US. Transcendentalists include Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and others.
PAL: American Transcendentalism: A Brief Introduction
- Paul Reuben's outline of Transcendentalism. [Many religious scholars would disagree with his definition of religion.]
Rise of Transcendentalism
- Essay on the religious context and origins of Transcendentalism.
- Detailed history of American Transcendentalism.
Transcendentalist Women (1)
- Mary Moody Emerson, Margaret Fuller, from your About.com Guide to Women's History.
Transcendentalist Women (2)
- Harriet Martineau, the Peabody sisters and Julia Ward Howe, from your About.com Guide to Women's History.
- Comprehensive, easy-to-follow site on Transcendentalists includes guides to resources for Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau, plus essays explaining Transcendentalism.
What is Transcendentalism?
- An introductory essay explaining the roots and basic ideas of Transcendentalism.
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