Ralph Waldo Emerson COMPLETE WORKS. Centenary Edition. 12 vols. With Portraits, and copious notes by EDWARD WALDO EMERSON.

1. Nature, Addresses, and Lectures. 2. Essays: First Series. 3. Essays: Second Series. 4. Representative Men. 5. English Traits. 6. Conduct of Life. 7. Society and Solitude. 8. Letters and Social Aims. 9. Poems. 10. Lectures and Biographical Sketches. 11. Miscellanies. 12. Natural History of Intellect, and other Papers. With a General Index to Emerson's Collected Works.

Little Classic Edition. 12 vols., in arrangement and contents identical with Centenary Edition, except that vol. 12 is without index.

EMERSON'S JOURNALS. Edited by EDWARD W. EMERSON and WALDO EMERSON FORBES. Illustrated. 10 vols.

POEMS. Household Edition. With Portrait.

ESSAYS. First and Second Series. In Cambridge Classics

NATURE, LECTURES, AND ADDRESSES, together with REPRESENTATIVE MEN. In Cambridge Classics.

PARNASSUS. A collection of Poetry edited by Mr. Emerson. Introductory Essay. Household Edition. THE SAME. Holiday Edition.

EMERSON BIRTHDAY BOOK. With Portrait and Illustrations.

EMERSON CALENDAR BOOK.

CORRESPONDENCE OF CARLYLE AND EMERSON, 1834-1872. Edited by CHARLES ELIOT NORTON. 2 vols.

THE SAME. Library Edition. 2 vols

CORRESPONDENCE OF JOHN STERLING AND EMER- SON. Edited, with a sketch of Sterling's life, by ED- WARD WALDO EMERSON.

LETTERS FROM RALPH WALDO EMERSON TO A FRIEND. 1838-1853. Edited by CHARLES ELIOT NORTON.

For various other editions of Emerson's works and Emerson Memoirs, see catalogue.

HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY BOSTON AND NEW YORK

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