as born in Boston; but in reality the only Southern poet of leading quality was Sidney Lanier.
Emerson said unjustly of Shelley, that although uniformly a poetic mind, he was never a poet.
As to albstained, through all his later publications, from those proclamations of utter nudity to which Emerson objected, and omitted some of the most objectionable instances of it from later editions; and wlanguage, instead of throwing a dozen epithets to see if one may chance to stick.
For example, Emerson centres his Problem in a cowled church-man; ; Browning singles out an individual Bishop Blougra, all critics now admit that he shows in an eminent degree that form of the ideal faculty which Emerson conceded to Margaret Fuller — he has lyric glimpses.
Rarely constructing anything, he is yet snt condensation.
He sometimes suggests a young man of rather ideal stamp who used to invite Mr. Emerson and others to give readings at his room in Boston, many years ago. He was an ardent disciple
ul? Whitman's, 230.
Darwin, Charles, 276, 277.
Darwinian period, 174.
Daughters of time, Emerson's, 264.
Dawn, Lanier's, 225.
Day of doom, Wigglesworth's, 14.
Death of the old year, Twards, Jonathan, 15, 19, 20-23, 114.
Eidolons, Whitman's, 233.
E Lia, Lamb's, 261.
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 115, 118, 131, 137, 145, 146, 168-177, 192, 196, 215, 229, 232, 234, 235, 261, 264, 265, 283.
English novel and its development, Lanier's, 221.
English traits, Emerson's, 169.
Eulogium on Rum, Smith's, 69.
Eureka, Poe's, 208.
Eutaw, Battle of, Freneau's, 37.
Evangeline, Hickling, 71, 73, 74, 87, 117.
Prince of the house of David, Ingraham's, 129, 262.
Problem, Emerson's, 229.
Proud music of the storm, Whitman's, 232.
Puritanism, 15, 186, 266-268.
Wolfert's Roost, Irving's, 87.
Wollstonecraft, Mary, 72.
Woodberry, George E., 73, 102, 187.
Woodnotes, Emerson's, 176.
Wordsworth, William, 35, 46, 66, 169.
Yale College, 20, 38, 39, 97.