It is a quiet, almost emersonian sort of paradox that invites reflection, not action.
When we come to consider the technique of Mr. Russell's art, we find him anything but emersonian.
It has its merit, this emersonian way, particularly for souls easily disillusioned.
I was so much worried about this emersonian mask that I resolved to lay it off.
Thoreau quitted the emersonian study to get fresh inspiration from the woods.
I loved it and left it on the stalk, in the true emersonian spirit, and here I do my little best to embalm its memory.
Like most other American essayists, she has couched many of her phrases and ideas in the emersonian mould.
There is a compactness in his stories which I can only describe as emersonian.
In Emerson's Journal one sees the emersonian worlds in their making—the essays, the addresses, the poems.
At that time he was under the emersonian spell of which he speaks in his autobiographical sketch.