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In each essay, he was spelling out concrete applications of his philosophy arising from lessons learned from his young friends.
To protect all parties, relationships had to be described abstractly. His players remain heterosexual throughout, progressing from physical attraction and an assumed sexual union to spiritual beauty. He had apparently surmounted the paralyzing fear of unrequited love that he had known, beginning with Martin Gay. What shall I love? Your body? The supposition disgusts you. I shall believe that nobleness is loving, and delights in sharing itself. I am to console the brave sufferers under evils whose end they cannot see by appeals to the great optimism self-affirmed in all bosoms.
A new theatre, a new art, I said, is mine. It takes the place of making love in our young days. But I paint on. One painting he owned and kept in his front hall, an oil of Vesuvius erupting in , symbolizes his felt situation. In public, Emerson could safely let his private passions find an outlet. Face-to-face with even the closest of friends, he could not. Not surprisingly, this intensity and its moving effect carried over to his later abolitionist and pro-feminist speeches.
But she did succeed in stirring his thoughts about women and their role in society. So, too, had educational pioneers such as Mary Lyon, who founded Mount Holyoke Female Seminary in western Massachusetts in , the first institution of higher education for women anywhere in the world. By periodic, isolated self-study, she urged women to merge emotions with intellect.
I can no longer think of you as a father confessor. Perhaps he felt too close to Fuller to be an unbiased judge. In truth, he thought her strengths lay in conversation, not writing. Goodness that preaches undoes itself.. Goodies make us very bad We will almost sin to spite them. Men see lazily, if they do not expect to act. Women see quite without any wish to act.
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Though Fuller was one of his best critics, he had also lost the principal mid-wife to his hidden self. In , he extended his public conversations to the Mid-West. During the normal winter lecture season, despite never being robust and hating the cold, he endured bitter weather and rigorous travel, while also encountering the chill of listener impatience. In Beloit, Illinois, in early January , when temperatures averaged twenty to thirty degrees below, Emerson knew that he needed both humor and variety to hold a hall.
Rather, it drew virtual children who required being coddled, adored, and, above all, entertained. It is so delicious to act with great masses to great aims. For instance Emerson has given a fine anti-slavery lecture.
This small, all-male group of leading humanists and scientists — among them, Louis Agassiz, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. An artist in the party, William Stillman, did an oil painting of the whole group, divided into smaller units. Then and later, his dreams might be laced with threatening, even terrifying threads, suppressed by day. I did not wish to be recognized because of some disagreeable task, I cannot remember what. Later, I reflected that it was not so criminal in her, since I had never proposed [emphasis his]. Then on consideration, as usual, he blames himself; he has not told her of his feelings.
This scene dissolves to another. When I bought a house, the first thing I did was to plant trees.
I could not conceal myself enough. Instead of living his passions privately, Emerson had poured them into public advice. William H. Gilman, et al. Cambridge, Mass. Hereafter JMN. Richardson, Jr. Edith Garrigues Hawthorne. Odell Shepard Boston, Mass. Hereafter JBA.
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Hereafter CW. JBA , But few with the pen. Odell Shepard New York: Dover, , 2. JMN CW 9: Harriet E. Sentence added in pencil above inked line. Smith, n. Later, Emerson sent the poem to Ward, who apparently liked it.
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