Thoughts from Emerson

July 1996
International Wildlife;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p50
Presents American essayist and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson's thoughts on the restorative powers of nature. Medicinal properties of nature; Return of reason and faith; Beauty of nature.


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