It is not claimed that George Ripley was a man of genius, the peer of Irving, Prescott, Motley, Bancroft, Bryant, Emerson, Channing, or any of the men who have made the age illustrious at home or abroad. It is not claimed that he was a profound scholar, an original thinker, even in his favorite department of philosophy, nor yet an accomplished man, in the usual sense of the word.
- ISBN-13: 9781598382075
- Page Count: 384
- Book Height: 8 x Width: 0.875 x Length: 5 inches
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