Selected WorksSee also category: Works by Ralph Waldo Emerson
- Essays: First Series (1841)
- Essays: Second Series (1844)
- Poems (1847)
- Nature; Addresses and Lectures (1849)
- Representative Men (1850)
- English Traits (1856)
- The Conduct of Life (1860)
- May Day and Other Poems (1867)
- Society and Solitude (1870)
- Letters and Social Aims (1876)
- "Nature" (1836)
- "Self-Reliance" (Essays: First Series)
- "Compensation" (First Series)
- "The Over-Soul" (First Series)
- "Circles" (First Series)
- "The Poet" (Essays: Second Series)
- "Experience" (Essays: Second Series)
- "Politics" (Second Series)
- "The American Scholar"
- "New England Reformers"
- "Concord Hymn"
- "The Rhodora"
- Letter to Martin Van Buren
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