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Essays: First Series Paperback – January 1, 2007
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Emerson now unfortunately and unfairly has a reputation as a difficult, somewhat antiquated read in many minds. This is a travesty, as very few classic writers are as relevant and accessible.Read more ›
Linda Lou speaks in a low, whispery and uneven breathy voice that often goes froggy. The speakers need to be adjusted up or down often during her presentations and the voice annoying. Also one male voice is very froggy and interfering. A British male voice is clear and lovely, very well done and the other female voice good.
Thank you for your efforts. Hopefully some more recordings of better quality will be offered for this most excellent author's work. This is the only audio cd I could find of Emerson's essays.
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I have been reading from the Harvard Classics list and my brains were so scrambled by the really old Greeks and the classic English writers and those who prefer to write like... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Carol Spears
Mr. Emersons words are truly timeless. Should be required reading. Back to the fundamentals of how to live a good life.Published 20 months ago by L. H. Cook
I am amazed that this man existed as a normal man and not a prophet or a demi-God. He is very wise. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Wayne Matthews
I only read Self Reliance and I already know that at some point I'm going to read a lot of Emerson.Published on January 29, 2014 by Acuariano