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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.
New England Transcendentalism
- Article by Leslie Perrin Wilson, M.S., M.A., Curator of Special Collections at the Concord Free Public Library. "This idea, roughly written in revolutions and national movements, in the mind of the philosopher had far more precision; the individual is the world." (Emerson)
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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