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American Arts

transcendentalism belief that people should rise above material things in life and that people should depend on themselves rather than outside authority
Ralph Waldo Emerson American writer most famous for his essay “Self-Reliance”
Margaret Fuller American writer who wrote and edited material on transcendentism
Henry David Thoreau American writer most famous for the transcendental ideas he summarized in his book Walden
utopian communities experimental communities that tried to create a perfect society
Nathaniel Hawthorne American writer best known for his novel The Scarlet Letter
Edgar Allan Poe American writer best known for his short stories and poetry
Emily Dickinson American poet whose poems were published after her death
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow American poet who wrote popular story-poems like The Song of Hiawatha
Walt Whitman American poet best known for his poem Leaves of Grass
Created by: mohamedelhussien