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"Meditations" By: Margaret Fuller

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Transcript of "Meditations" By: Margaret Fuller

Salena Katamin
9/26/14
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"Meditations" By: Margaret Fuller
"Intuition is the highest power of the soul, is a power that never reasons, never proves, it simply perceives..."
What are the themes of the poem and how does it relate to Transcendentalism?
I loved to see the lightnings flash artwart, The stooping heaavens: I loved to hear the thunder call to the seas and mountains; for
I thought 'Tis thus mans flashing fancy doth enkidle the firement mind..."
"I did not say, 'He is the Lord thy God' But I had a feeling of his essence... Father i cannot be a spirit of power; may I be a active spirit of love"
"The voice of the eternal, calling me. To feel his other worlds; to feel that if I could deserve a home, I still might find it."
So What...?
Citation(s):
Blanchard, Paula. Margaret Fuller:
From Transcendentalism to Revolution.
Reading, Massachussetts: Addison - Wesely Publishing Company, 1987.
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