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Sylvester Judd's New England

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Sylvester Judd (1813 53) is presented here as a representative figure whose life and works illustrate the intellectual and religious tensions of Emerson's day. A convert from Congregationalism to Unitarianism, Judd flirted next with transcendentalism, touching on most points in the New England compass during his intellectual and spiritual odyssey. How did a youth from a backwater Massachusetts village reach the point where Margaret Fuller called his Margaret "this one 'Yankee novel'" and Lowell hailed it as "the first ...

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Sylvester Judd's New England 1991, Penn State University Press

ISBN-13: 9780271003078

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