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" Cambridge, some thirty years ago, was an event without any former parallel in our literary annals, a scene to be always treasured in the memory for its picturesqueness and its inspiration. What crowded and breathless aisles, what windows clustering with... "
The North American Review - Page 602
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 124

Edmund Burke - History - 1883
...Harvard University, and the event has been described by Dr. James Russell Lowell as " without any former parallel in our literary annals, a scene to be always...memory for its picturesqueness and its inspiration." Among his audience and followers was Theodore Parker, then an obscure young man, but destined shortly...
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Annual Register

History - 1883
...described by Dr. James Russell Lowell as " without any former parallel in our literary annals, a scene lo be always treasured in the memory for its picturesqueness and its inspiration." Among his audience and followers was Theodore Parker, then an obscure young man, but destined shortly...
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The Christian world magazine (and family visitor)., Volume 18

1882
...Bronson Alcott heard that address, and James Russell Lowell describes it as " an event without any former parallel in our literary annals, a scene to be always...of approval, what grim silence of foregone dissent ! " A course of lectures on Human Life was delivered in the following winter ; and, indeed, Emerson...
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The North British Review, Volume 47

1867
...before the Phi-Betta-Kappa Society at Cambridge, some thirty years ago, was an event unprecedented in our literary annals, a scene to be always treasured in the memory for its picturesqueness and inspiration. What crowded and breathless aisles, what windows clustering with eager heads, what enthusiasm...
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James Russell Lowell - Birds - 1871 - 433 pages
...before the Phi Beta Kappa Society at Cambridge, some thirty years ago, was an event without any former parallel in our literary annals, a scene to be always...Harvard parallel to the last public appearances of Schelling. We said that the Transcendental Movement was the protestant spirit of Puritanism seeking...
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James Russell Lowell - 1876 - 433 pages
...before the Phi Beta Kappa Society at Cambridge, some thirty years ago, was an event without any former parallel in our literary annals, a scene to be always...memory for its picturesqueness and its inspiration. AVhat crowded and breathless aisles, what windows clustering with eager heads, what enthusiasm of approval,...
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volume 27

English periodicals - 1889
...for its picturesqueness and inspiration. What crowded and breathless aisles, what windows clustered with eager heads, what enthusiasm of approval, what grim silence of foregone dissent ! ' This once famous lecture on the American scholar sums up a large portion of Emerson's subsequent...
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James Russell Lowell - Birds - 1879 - 433 pages
...some thirty years ago, was an event without any former parallel in our literary annals, a scene to bo always treasured in the memory for its picturesqueness...Harvard parallel to the last public appearances of Schelling. We said that the Transcendental Movement was the protestant spirit of Puritanism seeking...
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Ralph Waldo Emerson: His Life, Writings, and Philosophy

George Willis Cooke - Authors, American - 1881 - 390 pages
...audience listened to it." * Lowell says the delivery of this lecture "was an event without any former parallel in our literary annals, a scene to be always...enthusiasm of approval, what grim silence of foregone dissent!"2 In December he began a course of lectures on Human Life. There was an introductory and a...
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Ralph Waldo Emerson: His Life, Writings, and Philosophy

George Willis Cooke - Authors, American - 1881 - 390 pages
...audience listened to it." 1 Lowell sayjsjthe delivery of this lecture "was an event without any former parallel in our literary annals, a scene to be always...windows clustering with eager heads, what enthusiasm pf approval, what grim silence of foregone dissent ! " ' In December he began a course of lectures...
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