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Emerson on Fate

Verbatim Emerson quotations and fragments follow.


America has a bad name for superficialness.

Beatitude . . . is not in us so much as we are in it.

Events expand with the character.

Let us honestly state the facts.

There are more belongings to every creature than his air and his food. His instincts must be met.

We must not run into generalizations too large.


Sources and other Emerson literature

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