Scholarship on Ralph Waldo Emerson has expanded considerably during the past decade. Since Emerson is the subject of historians, philosophers, and literary scholars, there is a need for an efficient and effective means to access information within an extraordinary range of critical approaches and perspectives. This bibliography lists and annotates writings about Emerson published in English between 1980 and 1991, and complements earlier Emerson bibliographies.
Because the response to Emerson has evolved greatly over the years, the contents of this bibliography are arranged in chronological order. This arrangement allows the user to trace the progression of certain critical approaches to Emerson and to follow the development of critics who have made numerous contributions to Emerson scholarship. Each chapter is devoted to a particular year. Within each chapter, entries begin with book publications arranged alphabetically by author, followed by annual journals alphabetized by journal title and journal articles arranged by date of publication. A detailed index locates works by subject, author, and title.
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
Number of pages: 864
Weight: 1361 g
Dimensions: 248 x 165 mm
Edition: illustrated Edition
?Libraries of colleges and universities with in-depth collections in 19th-century American literature will find this a compulsory purchase for upper-division, graduate students, and faculty use. Libraries serving general readers also should consider it, since certain entries, by their brevity, would entice browsers. The index is excellent.?-Choice