COLLECTED WORKS OF RALPH WALDO EMERSON
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Publication Date: 06/13/2011

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  • Preface
  • A Note to the Reader
  • Abbreviations
  • Historical Introduction
  • Statement of Editorial Principles
  • Textual Introduction
  • Poems (1847)
    • The Sphinx
    • Each and All
    • The Problem
    • To Rhea
    • The Visit
    • Uriel
    • The World-Soul
    • Alphonso of Castile
    • Mithridates
    • To J. W.
    • Fate
    • Guy
    • Tact
    • Hamatreya
    • Good-Bye
    • The Rhodora
    • The Humble-Bee
    • Berrying
    • The Snow-Storm
    • Woodnotes, I
    • Woodnotes, II
    • Monadnoc
    • Fable
    • Ode, Inscribed to W. H. Channing
    • Astræa
    • Étienne de la Boéce
    • Suum Cuique
    • Compensation
    • Forbearance
    • The Park
    • Forerunners
    • Sursum Corda
    • Ode to Beauty
    • Give All to Love
    • To Ellen, at the South
    • To Eva
    • The Amulet
    • Thine Eyes Still Shined
    • Eros
    • Hermione
    • Initial, Dæmonic, and Celestial Love
    • The Apology
    • Merlin, I
    • Merlin, II
    • Bacchus
    • Loss and Gain
    • Merops
    • The House
    • Saadi
    • Holidays
    • Painting and Sculpture
    • From the Persian of Hafiz
    • Ghaselle: From the Persian of Hafiz
    • Xenophanes
    • The Day’s Ration
    • Blight
    • Musketaquid
    • Dirge
    • Threnody
    • Concord Hymn
  • May-Day and Other Pieces (1867)
    • May-Day
    • The Adirondacs
    • Brahma
    • Nemesis
    • Fate
    • Freedom
    • Ode Sung at the Town Hall
    • Boston Hymn
    • Voluntaries
    • Love and Thought
    • Lover’s Petition
    • Una
    • Letters
    • Rubies
    • Merlin’s Song
    • The Test
    • Solution
    • Nature, I
    • Nature, II
    • The Romany Girl
    • Days
    • The Chartist’s Complaint
    • My Garden
    • The Titmouse
    • Sea-Shore
    • Song of Nature
    • Two Rivers
    • Waldeinsamkeit
    • Terminus
    • The Past
    • In Memoriam, E. B. E.
    • Experience
    • Compensation
    • Politics
    • Heroism
    • Character
    • Culture
    • Friendship
    • Beauty
    • Manners
    • Art
    • Spiritual Laws
    • Unity
    • Worship
    • S. H.
    • A. H.
    • “Suum Cuique”
    • Hush!
    • Orator
    • Artist
    • Poet
    • Poet
    • Botanist
    • Gardener
    • Forester
    • Northman
    • From Alcuin
    • Excelsior
    • Borrowing. From the French
    • Nature
    • Fate
    • Horoscope
    • Power
    • Climacteric
    • Heri, Cras, Hodie
    • Memory
    • Love
    • Sacrifice
    • Pericles
    • Casella
    • Shakspeare
    • Hafiz
    • Nature in Leasts
    • ’ΑΔΑΚΡΥΝ ΝΕΜΟΝΤΑΙ ΑΙΩΝΑ
    • Sonnet of Michel Angelo
    • The Exile
    • From Hafiz
    • [“If My Darling”]
    • Epitaph
    • [“They Say”]
    • Friendship
    • [“Dearest, Where”]
    • [“On Prince or Bride”]
    • From Omar Chiam
    • [“He Who Has”]
    • [“On Two Days”]
    • From Ibn Jemin
    • The Flute 570
    • To the Shah (Hafiz)
    • To the Shah (Enweri)
    • To the Shah (Enweri)
    • Song of Seid Nimetollah
  • Selected Poems (1876)
    • The Harp
    • April
    • Wealth
    • Maiden Speech of the Æolian Harp
    • Cupido
    • The Nun’s Aspiration
    • Hymn Sung at the Second Church, Boston, at the Ordination of Rev. Chandler Robbins
    • Boston
  • Uncollected Poems
    • William Rufus and the Jew
    • Fame
    • Silence
    • Grace
    • The Three Dimensions
    • The Phœnix
    • Faith
    • The Poet
    • [“I have no hoarded treasure”]
    • To Himself
    • From the Persian of Nisami. Word and Deed
    • [“The cup of life”]
    • [“Where is Skrymir?”]
    • [“There are beggars in Iran and Araby”]
    • [“Said Saadi,—When I Stood Before”]
    • South Wind
    • Alms
    • [“There is no great”]
    • [“I am owner of the sphere”]
    • Nature
    • Prudence
    • Circles
    • Intellect
    • The Poet
    • Gifts
    • Nature
    • Nominalist and Realist
    • New England Reformers
    • Fate
    • Power
    • Illusions
  • Appendix A: Thoreau Reads “The Sphinx”
  • Appendix B: Later Versions of “May-Day”
  • Appendix C: Contents of Selected Poems
  • Appendix D: Stanza Breaks
  • Index

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