The Conduct of Life

Ralph Waldo EMERSON (1803 - 1882)

This is the best of Emerson's later works, qualifying his earlier popular essays, series one and two, with the heavier hand of experience. The Conduct of Life ostensibly is a set of essays about how to live life, but also is an amalgam of what life taught Emerson. (Summary by Daniel Christopher June)

Genre(s): Modern

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 01 - Essay 1: Fate Daniel Christopher June
00:50:08
Play 02 02 - Essay 2: Power Daniel Christopher June
00:32:35
Play 03 03 - Essay 3: Wealth Daniel Christopher June
00:45:52
Play 04 04 - Essay 4: Culture Daniel Christopher June
00:38:10
Play 05 05 - Essay 5: Behavior Daniel Christopher June
00:31:53
Play 06 06 - Essay 6: Worship Daniel Christopher June
00:50:02
Play 07 07 - Essay 7: Considerations Anna Simon
00:52:31
Play 08 08 - Essay 8: Beauty Anna Simon
00:39:25
Play 09 09 - Essay 9: Illusions Anna Simon
00:27:02