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Uncollected Writings; Essays, Addresses, Poems, Reviews And Letter

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Uncollected Writings; Essays, Addresses, Poems, Reviews And Letter
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882
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Flesh and blood we will reject as " the accursed thing." A pure mind has no faith in them.
i 112 ENGLISH REFORMERS An unvitiated generation and more genial habits shall restore the Eden on Earth, and men shall again find that paradise is not merely a fable of the poets.
Such was the current of our thought; and most of those who were present felt delight in the con- versations that followed. Said I not well, that it was a happy day? For though talk is never more than a portraiture of a fact, it
...may be, and ours was, the delineation of a fact based in the being of God.
THE DEATH OF DR. CHANNING JANUARY, 1843 The death of Dr. Charming at Bennington in Vermont, on the 2d October, is an event of great note to the whole country. The great loss of the com- munity is mitigated by the new interest which intel- lectual power always acquires by the death of the possessor. Dr. Channing was a man of so much rec- titude, and such power to express his sense of right, that his value to this country, of which he was a kind of public Conscience, can hardly be overestimated.


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