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Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1930). First edition. Original green cloth, gilt, and printed dust jacket, 282 pp. "A detailed study of Emerson's reading in and use of oriental literature, still useful although parts of it are out of date." (Burkholder and Myerson, A3335). This copy belonged to Clarence Gohdes, his ownership signature, with several leaves annotated in the margin in his hand. Gohdes taught nineteenth century American literature at Duke (The Periodicals of American Transcendentalism - 1931; Uncollected Lectures of Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1932; American Literature in Nineteenth Century England - 1944). Light rubbing, jacket with edgewear, paper toned, light foxing, price-clipped. A Very Good copy in a very good jacket.
Title: Emerson and Asia.
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Seller ID: carpenter,fredericives.125cambridge:harvardunive