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M. Simon and Parsons, T. H., Transcendentalism and Its Legacy. Ann Arbor: UMich P, 1966.
Simon and Parsons, Transcendentalism and its Legacy. Ann Arbor: UMich P, 1966.
M. Simon and Parsons, T. H., Transcendentalism and Its Legacy. Ann Arbor: UMich P, 1966.
D. Skwire, A Check List of Wordplay in Walden, vol. 31, American Literature, 1959, pp. 282-89.
J. Slater, The Correspondence of Emerson and Carlyle. New York: Columbia University Press, 1964.
H. S. Springer, The Nautical Walden, in NEQ, vol. 57:1, 1984, pp. 84-97.
C. N. Srinath, Thoreau, the Yankee Yogi: As Critic of Indian Thought and Literature, in Literary Criterion, vol. 27:1-2, 1992, pp. 90-97.
C. N. Srinath, Thoreau, the Yankee Yogi: As Critic of Indian Thought and Literature, in Literary Criterion, vol. 27:1-2, 1992, pp. 90-97.
C. N. Srinath, Thoreau, the Yankee Yogi: As Critic of Indian Thought and Literature, in Literary Criterion, vol. 27:1-2, 1992, pp. 90-97.
L. Stapleton, Thoreau: The Concrete Vision, in The Elected Circle, Princeton: Princeton UP, 1973, pp. 195-232.
J. Steele, The Representation of the Self in the American Renaissance. Chapel Hill: UNC P, 1987.
J. Steele, The Representation of the Self in the American Renaissance. Chapel Hill: UNC P, 1987.
M. H. Steele and Myerson, J., Romantic Epistemology and Romantic Style. Emerson's Development from Nature to the Essays, in In Studies in the Amcerican Renaissance 1983, Charlottesville: UP of Va, 1983, pp. 187-202.
W. B. Stein, Walden: The Wisdom of the Centaur, vol. 25, English Literary History, 1958, pp. 194-215.
W. B. Stein, The Motif of the Wise Old Man in Walden, in Modern Language Notes, vol. 75, 1960, pp. 201-04.
W. B. Stein, Thoreau's Walden and the Bhagavad Gita, in Topic: 6 (Washington and Jefferson College), vol. 3, 1963, pp. 38-55.
W. B. Stein, New Approaches to Thoreau: A Symposium. Hartford, Conn.: Transcendental Books, 1969.
W. B. Stein, Thoreau's Hound, Bay Horse, and Turtledove, vol. 67, Thoreau Society Bulletin, 1959, p. 1.
W. B. Stein, The Yoga of Reading in Walden, in Texas Studies in Literature and Language, vol. 13, 1971, pp. 481-95.
T. Stoehr, Nay-saying in Concord : Emerson, Alcott, and Thoreau. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1979.
T. Stoehr, Nay-saying in Concord : Emerson, Alcott, and Thoreau. Hamden. CN: Archon Books, 1979.
L. Stoller, Thoreau's Doctrine of Simplicity, vol. 29, New England Quarterly, 1956, pp. 443-61.
C. F. Strauch, The Essential Romanticism of Thoreau's Walden, in Emerson Society Quarterly, vol. 18, 1960, pp. 21-23.
D. Strong, The Significance of the Loss of Things: Walden Pond as 'Thing', in Soundings, vol. 75:1, 1992, pp. 147-74.
J. R. Sweeney, The Cosmic Drama in Thoreau's 'Spring, in Emerson Society Quarterly, 1961, pp. 3-6.

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