The material below is part 2 and the conclusion of Ralph Waldo Emerson's essay "Circles." Click on the blue menu at the top or bottom of this page to read part 1, and to read a statement about the reason this material is being posted her, if you came to this page without having read part 1 already. -- Ray Carney
At this study day, we will consider selected passages from “Circles,” an essay in which Emerson expresses man’s unlimited, ever-changing and expanding nature.
Circles, by Ralph Waldo Emerson Essay - 792 Words | Cram
Is “Fate” therecord of a lesson Emerson had not absorbed in his early writing,concerning the multiple ways in which circumstances over which we haveno control — plagues, hurricanes, temperament, sexuality, oldage — constrain self-reliance or self-development? “Experience” is a key transitional essay.