INDEX.
[For many references, not found elsewhere, see under the general headings of Emerson's Books, Essays, Poem.]
ABBOTT, JOSIAH GARDINER, a pupil of Emerson49, 50.
Academic Races, 2, 3. (See Heredity.)
Action, subordinate, 112.
Adams, John, old age 261.
Adams, Samuel, Harvard debate, 115.
Addison, Joseph, classic, 416.
Advertiser, The, Emerson's interest in, 348.
Æolian Harp, his model, 329, 340. (See Emerson's Poems, -- Harp.)
Æschylus, tragedies, 253. (See Greek.)
Agassiz, Louis: Saturday Club, 222; companionship, 403.
Agriculture: in Anthology, 30; attacked, 190; not Emerson's field, 255, 256, 365.
Akenside, Mark, allusion, 16.
Alchemy, adepts, 260, 261.
Alcott, A. Bronson: hearing Emerson, 66; speculations, 86; an idealist, 150; The Dial, 159; sonnet, 355; quoted, 373; personality traceable, 389.
Alcott, Louisa M., funeral bouquet, 351.
Alexander the Great: allusion, 184; mountain likeness, 322.
Alfred the Great, 220, 306.
Allston, Washington, unfinished picture, 334. (See Pictures.)
Ambition, treated in Anthology, 30.
America: room for a poet, 136, 137; virtues and defects, 143; faith in, 179; people compared with English, 216; things awry, 260; aristocracy, 296; in the Civil War, 304; Revolution, 305; Lincoln, the true history of his time, 307; passion for, 308, 309; artificial rhythm, 329; its own literary style, 342; home of man, 371; loyalty to, 406; epithets, 406, 407 (See England, New England, etc.)
Amici, meeting Emerson, 63. (See Italy.)
Amusements, in New England, 30.
Anæmia, artistic, 334.
Ancestry: in general, 1-3; Emerson's, 3 et seq. (See Heredity.)
Andover, Mass.: Theological School, 48; graduates, 411.
Andrew, John Albion: War Governor, 223; hearing Emerson, 379. (See South.)
Angelo. (See Michael Angelo.)
Antinomianism: in The Dial, 162; kept from, 177. (See God, Religion, etc.)
Anti-Slavery: in Emerson's pulpit, 57; the reform, 141, 145152; Emancipation address, 181; Boston and New York address, 210- 212; Emancipation Proclamation, 228; Fugitive Slave Law, and other matters, 303-307. (See South.)
Antoninus, Marcus, allusion, 16.
Architecture, illustration, 253.
Arianism, 51, (See Unitarianism.)
Aristotle: influence over Mary Emerson, 17; times mentioned, 382.
Arminianism, 51. (See Methodism, Religion, etc.)
Arnim, Gisela von, 225.
Arnold, Matthew: quotation about America, 137; lecture, 236; on Milton, 315; his Thyris, 333; criticism, 334; string of Emerson's epithets, 406.
Aryans, comparison, 312.
Asia: a pet name, 176; immovable, 200.

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