Essays: Second Series

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Essays: Second Series is a series of essays written by Ralph Waldo Emerson in 1844, concerning transcendentalism. It is the second volume of Emerson's Essays, the first being Essays: First Series. This book contains:

  1. "The Poet"
  2. "Experience"
  3. "Character"
  4. "Manners"
  5. "Gifts"
  6. "Nature"
  7. "Politics"
  8. "Nominalist and Realist"
  9. "New England Reformers"

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