ns sometimes different from theirs.
I do not think that Mr. Emerson, with his cool and tranquil temperament, always did quitemploying the talents given her. Rising in the morning, as Emerson says of all of us, with an appetite that could eat the sol thought that we human beings ought not, as she wrote to Mr. Emerson (in 1839), to suppress the worst or select the best of o, as many other strong natures have been, by the spirit of Emerson's couplet,--
He who feeds men serveth few, He serves alHere it is that she sometimes chafes under the guidance of Emerson; always longs to work as well as meditate, to deal with th
Ms. (W. H. C.)
Again, after a day in the woods with Emerson's Nature, --reading it through for the first time to herself, Mr. Emerson himself having originally read it aloud to her,--she thus writes to him (April 12, 1840):--
The years dom sought is fulfilled, and that which was ecstasy has — as Emerson predictedbecome daily bread, its reminiscences mingle with