Transient and Permanent: The Transcendentalist Movement and Its Contexts

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Charles Capper, Conrad Edick Wright, Massachusetts Historical Society
Massachusetts Historical Society, 1999 - 639 頁
The essays in this collection capture New England's Transcendentalists in all their complexity. As authors, philosophers, theologians, and artists the circle's adherents challenged their era's spiritual and secular orthodoxies between the 1830s and the 1850s. As critics and reformers they questioned the structure of their society and pressed for change. Contributions to this volume discuss the relationship between Transcendentalism and New England's religious mainstream, the movement and intellectual currents in the nineteenth century, Transcendentalist critiques of society and proposals for reform, the circle's cultural legacy, and its treatment by historians and literary critics.

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