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Christopher Pearse Cranch and his caricatures of New England transcendentalism.

Frederick De Wolfe Miller

Christopher Pearse Cranch and his caricatures of New England transcendentalism.

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor, Michigan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cranch, Christopher Pearse, -- 1813-1892.,
  • Transcendentalism (New England)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCambridge, Harvard University Press, 1951;
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 81 p.
    Number of Pages81
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14110219M


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Citation Information. Christopher Pearse Cranch and His Caricatures of New England Transcendentalism. Harvard University Press. Pages: i–vi. ISBN (Online): England Transcendentallst" (University of Virginia, ) and his Christopher Pearse Cranch and His Caricatures of New England Transcendentalism (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, ) and Leonora Cranch Scott's The Life and Letters of Christo pher Pearse Cranch (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., ) are the only major.

Christopher Pearse Cranch may have well had the greatest range of interests of the Transcendentalists, yet perhaps was not a shallow dilettante as sometimes labeled. He was a minister, poet, artist, a writer of children's fiction, translator of Latin and German, music lover and a caricaturist with a keen sense of humor.

7 See Frederick DeWolfe Miller, Christopher Pearse Cranch and his Caricatures of New England Transcendentalism (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, ). 8 CW 1: 7. 9 CW 1: 10 CW 1: British ethical philosophers Lord Shaftesbury (), Francis Hutcheson (), and David Hume () principally developed the Author: David M.

Robinson. Transcendentalism is a philosophical movement that developed in the late s and s in the eastern United States. A core belief is in the inherent goodness of people and nature, and while society and its institutions have corrupted the purity of the individual, people are at their best when truly "self-reliant" and independent.

Transcendentalism emphasizes subjective intuition over. Christopher Pearse Cranch and his caricatures of New England transcendentalism / F. DeWolfe Miller Harvard University Press Cambridge, Mass Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

breviated bibliography of Cranch's books in Christopher Pearse Cranch and His Caricatures of New England Transcendentalism (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ), pp. Cranch's contributions to two Transcendental periodicals, the Dial and the Harbinger, can be found in works dealing with those periodicals.

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Despite a fifty-year career as a landscape painter, Christopher Cranch's paintings are little known. Instead, he is best known for his poetry, his ties to the New England Transcendentalists, and, above all, his playful caricature of Ralph Waldo Emerson as an enormous "transparent" eyeball, perched atop a minuscule body in top hat and tails, optic nerve tied in a ponytail.4/5(1).

Biography. Cranch was born in the District of conservative father, William Cranch, was Chief Judge of the United States Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, while his brother John was a painter.

He graduated from Columbian College (now George Washington University) in before attending Harvard Divinity School and becoming a licensed preacher. Christopher Pearse Cranch and his caricatures of New England transcendentalism.

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See F. DeWolfe Miller, Christopher Pearse Cranch and His Caricatures of New England Transcendentalism (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ), 51–54, for a more detailed account of Cranch’s involvement in this controversy after he returned to Boston in July Cranch’s caricaturing played a part in the controversy; he sent Clarke a.

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Collection Description. The papers of Unitarian minister and Transcendentalist, Christopher Pearse Cranch of Cambridge, Massachusetts, include original letters, typescripts and extracts of letters and diaries gathered by Cranch's daughter, Leonora Cranch Scott, in preparation for her book, The Life and Letters of Christopher Pearse Cranch.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. In addition to his famous "transparent eyeball" caricature of Emerson, see also Christopher Pearse Cranch's poem "Correspondences" for a succinct statement of Transcendentalist doctrines.

Definitions Lawrence Buell, New England Literary Culture (). Christopher Pearse Cranch Like Emerson, Christopher Pearse Cranch started off as a Unitarian minister.

But as his interest in Transcendentalism developed—because of his friendship with Ralph himself and some other Transcendentalists—he dropped the. Transcendentalism was an American literary, philosophical and political movement in New England in the early 19 th century.

Transcendentalism was the belief in spiritual or transcendental truths beyond sense perception and material existence, according to Octavius Brooks Frothingham in his book Transcendentalism in New England. Despite a fifty-year career as a landscape painter, Christopher Cranch’s paintings are little known.

Instead, he is best known for his poetry, his ties to the New England Transcendentalists, and, above all, his playful caricature of Ralph Waldo Emerson as an enormous “transparent” eyeball, perched atop a minuscule body in top hat and tails, optic nerve tied in a pony tail. Encoded for submission to Scholarly Editing: The Annual for the Association of Documentary Editing, with the accompanying introductory essay, "Christopher Pearse Cranch and the Making of Transcendentalism: A Digital Edition of Cranch's 'Journal.

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He attended Columbian College and Harvard Divinity School. He briefly held a position as a Unitarian minister. Later, he pursued various occupations: a magazine editor, caricaturist, children's fantasy writer (the Huggermugger books), poet.