1833-1838. ÆT. 30-35.
§ 1. Visit to Europe. -- On his Return preaches in Different Places. -- Emerson in the Pulpit. -- At Newton. -- Fixes his Residence at Concord. -- The Old Manse. -- Lectures in Boston. -- Lectures on Atieliael Angelo and on Milton published in the "North American Review." -- Beginning of the Correspondence with Carlyle. -- Letters to the Rev. James Freeman Clarke. -- Republication of "Sartor Resartus."
§ 2. Emerson's Second Marriage. -- His New Residence in Coneord. -- Historical Address. -- Course of Ten Lectures on English Literature delivered in Boston. -- The Concord Battle Hymn. -- Preaching in Concord and East Lexington. -- Accounts of his Preaciiing by Several Hearers. -- A Course of Lectures on the Nature and Ends of History. -- Address on War. -- Death of Edward Bliss Einerson. -- Death of Charles Chauncy Einerson.
§ 3. Publication of "Nature." -- Outline of this Essay. -- Its Reception. -- Address before the Phi Beta Kappa Society.
§ 1. IN the year 1833 Mr. Emerson visited Europe for the first time. A great change had come over his life, and he needed the relief which a corresponding change of outward circumstances might afford him. A brief account of this visit is prefixed to the volume entitled "English Traits." He took a short tour, in which he visited Sicily, Italy, and France, and,