Abstract

The article prints a previously unpublished four-page letter that Emerson wrote in 1827, which details his impressions of Charleston, especially its religious and cultural institutions, during his visits there. The authors have mined Charleston newspapers and unpublished Emerson family correspondence to contextualize the letter as it sheds new light on Emerson's earliest southern sojourn.

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