Life Without and Life Within or, Reviews, Narratives, Essays, and poems.
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Life Without and Life Within or, Reviews, Narratives, Essays, and poems.

By Margaret Fuller
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  • LIFE WITHOUT AND LIFE WITHIN; OR, REVIEWS, NARRATIVES, ESSAYS, AND POEMS.
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
  • Life without and Life within.
    • PART I. REVIEWS.
    • MENZEL'S VIEW OF GŒTHE.
    • GŒTHE.
    • THOMAS HOOD.
    • LETTERS FROM A LANDSCAPE PAINTER.[5]
    • BEETHOVEN.[6]
    • BROWN'S NOVELS.[8]
    • EDGAR A. POE.[9]
    • ALFIERI AND CELLINI.[10]
    • ITALY.—CARY'S DANTE.
    • AMERICAN FACTS.
    • NAPOLEON AND HIS MARSHALS.[12]
    • PHYSICAL EDUCATION.[13]
    • FREDERICK DOUGLASS.[15]
    • PHILIP VAN ARTEVELDE.[16]
    • UNITED STATES EXPLORING EXPEDITION.
    • STORY-BOOKS FOR THE HOT WEATHER.
    • SHELLEY'S POEMS[18]
    • FESTUS.[19]
    • FRENCH NOVELISTS OF THE DAY.[20]
    • THE NEW SCIENCE, OR THE PHILOSOPHY OF MESMERISM OR ANIMAL MAGNETISM.[21]
    • DEUTSCHE SCHNELLPOST.[22]
    • OLIVER CROMWELL.[23]
    • EMERSON'S ESSAYS[26]
    • CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.[27]
    • PART II. MISCELLANIES.
    • NEW YEAR'S DAY.
    • ST. VALENTINES DAY.
    • FOURTH OF JULY.
    • FIRST OF AUGUST.
    • THANKSGIVING.
    • CHRISTMAS.
    • MARIANA[33]
    • SUNDAY MEDITATIONS ON VARIOUS TEXTS.
    • APPEAL FOR AN ASYLUM FOR DISCHARGED FEMALE CONVICTS.
    • THE RICH MAN. An Ideal Sketch.
    • THE POOR MAN. An Ideal Sketch.
    • THE CELESTIAL EMPIRE.
    • KLOPSTOCK AND META.[36]
    • WHAT FITS A MAN TO BE A VOTER? A Fable.
    • DISCOVERIES.
    • POLITENESS TOO GREAT A LUXURY TO BE GIVEN TO THE POOR.
    • CASSIUS M. CLAY.
    • THE MAGNOLIA OF LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN.
    • CONSECRATION OF GRACE CHURCH.
    • LATE ASPIRATIONS. Letter to H——.
    • FRAGMENTARY THOUGHTS FROM MARGARET FULLER'S JOURNAL.
    • FAREWELL.[43]
    • PART III. POEMS.
    • FREEDOM AND TRUTH. TO A FRIEND.
    • DESCRIPTION OF A PORTION OF THE JOURNEY TO TRENTON FALLS.
    • JOURNEY TO TRENTON FALLS.
    • SUB ROSA, CRUX.
    • THE DAHLIA, THE ROSE, AND THE HELIOTROPE.
    • TO MY FRIENDS. TRANSLATED FROM SCHILLER.
    • STANZAS. WRITTEN AT THE AGE OF SEVENTEEN.
    • FLAXMAN.
    • THOUGHTS ON SUNDAY MORNING, WHEN PREVENTED BY A SNOW STORM FROM GOING TO CHURCH.
    • TO A GOLDEN HEART WORN ROUND THE NECK.[44]
    • LINES ACCOMPANYING A BOUQUET OF WILD COLUMBINE, WHICH BLOOMED LATE IN THE SEASON.
    • DISSATISFACTION. TRANSLATED FROM THEODORE KÖRNER.
    • MY SEAL-RING.
    • THE CONSOLERS. TRANSLATED FROM GŒTHE.
    • ABSENCE OF LOVE.
    • MEDITATIONS.
    • RICHTER.
    • THE THANKFUL AND THE THANKLESS.
    • PROPHECY AND FULFILMENT.
    • VERSES GIVEN TO W. C. WITH A BLANK BOOK, MARCH, 1844.
    • EAGLES AND DOVES. GŒTHE.
    • TO A FRIEND, WITH HEARTSEASE.
    • ASPIRATION. LINES WRITTEN IN THE JOURNAL OF HER BROTHER R. F. F.
    • THE ONE IN ALL.
    • A GREETING.
    • LINES TO EDITH, ON HER BIRTHDAY.
    • LINES WRITTEN IN HER BROTHER R. F. F.'S JOURNAL.
    • ON A PICTURE REPRESENTING THE DESCENT FROM THE CROSS. BY RAPHAEL.
    • THE CAPTURED WILD HORSE.[46]
    • EPILOGUE TO THE TRAGEDY OF ESSEX. SPOKEN IN THE CHARACTER OF THE QUEEN.—TRANSLATED FROM GŒTHE.
    • HYMN WRITTEN FOR A SUNDAY SCHOOL.
    • DESERTION. TRANSLATION OF ONE OF GARCILASO'S ECLOGUES.
    • SONG WRITTEN FOR A MAY DAY FESTIVAL. TO BE SUNG TO THE TUNE OF "THE BONNY BOAT."
    • CARADORI SINGING.
    • LINES
    • INFLUENCE OF THE OUTWARD.
    • TO MISS R. B.[47]
    • SISTRUM.[48]
    • IMPERFECT THOUGHTS.
    • SADNESS.
    • LINES WRITTEN IN AN ALBUM.[50]
    • TO S. C.
    • LINES WRITTEN IN BOSTON ON A BEAUTIFUL AUTUMNAL DAY.
    • TO E. C. WITH HERBERT'S POEMS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
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