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An Oration Delivered Before The Phi Beta Kappa Society, By Ralph Waldo Emerson

by Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English


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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages48
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Open LibraryOL10587882M
ISBN 10054846913X
ISBN 109780548469132

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The American Scholar: An Oration Delivered Before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, at Cambridge, Aug Ralph Waldo Emerson’s The Journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson (), written over a period of fifty-five years (), have been edited in ten volumes by E. W. Emerson and W. E. Forbes.

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An Oration Delivered Before The Phi Beta Kappa Society, By Ralph Waldo Emerson by Ralph Waldo Emerson Download PDF EPUB FB2

On behalf of the Phi Beta Kappa standing committee at Harvard, Dr. Cornelius Conway Felton asked Emerson to deliver the Phi Beta Kappa oration on Aug Ironically, he was requested to make what would turn out to be one of his most influential addresses in place of the Rev.

Wainwright, who had agreed to speak but had backed out not long before the event. An Oration: Delivered Before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, at Cambridge, Aug (Classic Reprint)Format: Paperback.

Originally titled "An Oration Delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, at Cambridge, [Massachusetts,] Aug ," Emerson delivered what is now referred to as "The American Scholar" essay as a speech to Harvard's Phi Beta Kappa Society, an honorary society of male college students with unusually high grade point averages.

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An Oration Delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, at Cambridge, Aug M R. P RESIDENT AND G ENTLEMEN: I greet you on the recommencement of our literary year. Our anniversary is one of hope, and, perhaps, not enough of labor. The same year, Emerson had anonymously published his first essay, “Nature”.

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We do not meet for games of strength or skill, for the recitation of histories, tragedies, and odes, like the ancient Greeks; for parliaments of love and. "The American Scholar" was a speech given by Ralph Waldo Emerson on Augto the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Harvard College at the First Parish in Cambridge in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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President and Gentlemen, 1 I greet you on the re-commencement of our literary year. Our anniversary is one of hope, and, perhaps, not enough of labor. On AugEmerson gave the hour and a quarter long speech to an audience of more that two hundred Phi Beta Kappa members (“Ralph Waldo Emerson Biography”).

In his speech, Emerson speaks of the effects that nature, the past, books, and action have on the “scholar”.An Oration, Delivered Before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, at Cambridge, Aug["Phi Beta Kappa Address," or "American Scholar"] published (Boston: James Munroe) "Michael Angelo" published in North American Review.