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" 11 tell me my secret The ages have kept ? I awaited the seer While they slumbered and slept " The fate of the manchild, — The meaning of man, — Known fruit of the unknown, — Dtedalian plan. "
The Dial: A Magazine for Literature, Philosophy, and Religion - Page 348
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Works

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1883
...and slept ; * The fate of the man-child ; The meaning of man ; Known fruit of the Unknown ; Dxdalian est ; but what he has said or done otherwise, shall...befriends ; no invention, no hope. Trust thyself : every wing; Kind leaves of his covert Your silence he sings. ' The waves, unashamed, In difference sweet,...
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Complete Works, Volume 9

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1883
...slumbered and slept: "The fate of the man-child, The meaning of man; Known fruit of the unknown; Daedalian plan; Out of sleeping a waking, Out of waking a sleep;...sunbeam, Upspringeth the palm; The elephant browses, In beautiful motion The thrush plies his wings; Kind leaves of his covert, Your silence he sings. "...
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Emerson's Complete Works: Poems

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1883
...slumbered and slept: "The fate of the man-child, The meaning of man; Known fruit of the unknown; Dffidalian plan ; Out of sleeping a waking, Out of waking a sleep...sunbeam, Upspringeth the palm; The elephant browses, In beautiful motion The thrush plies his wings; Kind leaves of his covert, Your silence he sings. "...
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Emerson as a Poet

Joel Benton - 1883 - 134 pages
..."The Sphinx " : The fate of the man-child ; The meaning of man; Known fruit of the unknown ; Daedalian plan; Out of sleeping a waking, Out of waking a sleep; Life death overtaking; Deep underneath deep. To the criticism of poetry Emerson brings a deep insight — an interior vision. It is the spirit,...
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EMERSON AS A POET

JOEL BENTON - 1883
...The Sphinx ": The fate of the man-child; The meaning of man; Known fruit of the unknown; Daedalian plan; Out of sleeping a waking, Out of waking a sleep; Life death overtaking; Deep underneath deep. To the criticism of poetry Emerson brings a deep insight—an interior vision. It is the spirit, not...
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Emerson as a Poet

Joel Benton - 1883 - 134 pages
...The Sphinx " : The fate of the man-child ; The meaning of man; Known fruit of the unknown; Daedalian plan ; Out of sleeping a waking, Out of waking a sleep; Life death overtaking; Deep underneath deep. To the criticism of poetry Emerson brings a deep insight — an interior vision. It is the spirit,...
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The works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Volume 3

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1883
...and slept ;" The fate of the man-child ; The meaning of man ; Known fruit of the unknown ; Daedalian plan ; Out of sleeping a waking, Out of waking a sleep ; Life death overtaking ; Deep underneath deep ? VOL. IIL , B " Erect as a sunbeam, Upspringeth the palm ; The elephant browses, Undaunted and calm...
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The Unitarian, Volume 3

Jabez Thomas Sunderland, Brooke Herford, Frederick B. Mott - Liberalism (Religion) - 1888
...and slept;-- "The fate of the man-child; The meaning of man; Known fruit of the Unknown; Daidalian plan; Out of sleeping a waking, Out of waking a sleep;...elephant browses, Undaunted and calm: In beautiful motion Tho thrush plies his wings; Kind leaves of his covert Your silence he sings. "The waves, unashamed,...
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Poems

Ralph Waldo Emerson - American poetry - 1894 - 319 pages
...slumbered and slept: "The fate of the man-child, The meaning of man; Known fruit of the unknown; Daedalian plan; Out of sleeping a waking, Out of waking a sleep...elephant browses, Undaunted and calm; In beautiful motion v -\ The thrush plies his wings ; Kind leaves of his covert, Your silence he sings. " The waves, unashamed,...
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Works, Volume 9

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1895
...world. " "Who 11 tell me my secret, The ages have kept? — I awaited the seer While they Numbered and slept! "The fate of the man-child, The meaning...sunbeam, Upspringeth the palm; The elephant browses. In beautiful motion The thrush plies his wings ; Kind leaves of his covert, Your silence he sing's....
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