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Jean McClure Mudge

Selected Bibliography

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Articles

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Irie, Yukio. “Why the Japanese People Find a Kinship with Emerson and Thoreau,” Emerson Society Quarterly 27 (2nd Quarter 1962): 13-16.

Johnson, Linck C. “Reforming the Reformers: Emerson, Thoreau, and the Sunday Lectures at Amory Hall, Boston,” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 37 (4th Quarter 1991): 235-89.

― “‘Liberty is Never Cheap’: Emerson, ‘ The Fugitive Slave Law,’and the Antislavery Lecture Series at the Broadway Tabernacle,” New England Quarterly 76 (December 2003): 550-92.

Marchi, Dudley M. “Baudelaire’s America – Contrary Affinities,” Yearbook of Comparative and General Literature 47 (2000): 37-52.

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Robinson, David M. “Emerson’s Natural Theology and the Paris Naturalists: Toward a ‘ Theory of Animated Nature,’” Journal of the History of Ideas 41 (1980): 69-88.

― “Poetry, Personality, and the Divinity School Address,” Harvard Theological Review 82 (1989): 185-200.

― “‘ For Largest Liberty’: Emerson, Natural Religion, and the Antislavery Crisis,” Religion & Literature 41: 1 (March 2009): 3.

Scharf, Robert. “The Zen of Japanese Nationalism,” History of Religions 33: 1 (August 1993): 1-43.

Stack, George J. “Nietzsche’s Earliest Essays: Translation of and Commentary on Fate and History and Freedom of Will and Fate,” Philosophy Today 37 (1993): 153-69.

Takanashi, Yoshio. “Emerson, Japan, and Neo-Confucianism,” Emerson Society Quarterly 48 (1st and 2nd Quarters 2002): 41-45.

Von Frank, Albert J. “Emerson’s Boyhood and Collegiate Verse: Unpublished and New Texts Edited from Manuscript.” In Studies in the American Renaissance, edited by Joel Myerson, 1-56. Boston, Mass.: Twayne, 1983.

Wright, Conrad. ‘“Soul is Good, but Body is Good Too,’” Journal of Unitarian and Universalist History 37 (2013-2014): 1-20.

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