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Mixbook on Emerson's Culture

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FC: Ralph Waldo Emerson | The Conduct of Life. Culture

1: "Nature has no mercy" (Emerson) | Too much power somewhere will be paid for by another part. (Emerson)

2: Egotists | Pests of society.

3: New York | Sucked Orange

4: Some of the ways to get away from organic egotism.

5: Education | All types of education are very important.

6: Nature has put fruits apart in latitudes. (Emerson)

7: The Key to knowledge is to travel the world to find different types of knowledge.

8: City life is important for Culture

9: Country life is also an important aspect of Culture.

10: The way you dress does not always mean you are well cultured.

12: "Stiff people lose something of their awkwardness under high cielings. " (Emerson)

13: "...and in spacious halls. " (Emerson)

14: We learn from great people

16: "Rough water can teach lessons worth knowing." (Emerson)

17: Don't be so tender at making an enemy now and then" (Emerson)

18: "The finished man of the world must eat of every apple once." (Emerson)

19: Culture must start very early

20: Works Cited Emerson, Ralph Waldo. 6 July 2008 .


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Justin  Raub
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  • Title: Mixbook on Emerson's Culture
  • This is a mixbook that describes Ralph Waldo Emerson's views on Culture.
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  • Published: about 10 years ago