January 1921
Essays & Poems of Emerson;1921, p63
An essay is presented on the significance of history on human life. It mentions that history's importance can be depicted on the documentation of human's entire series of days. It examines the pre-existence of all historical facts as laws in the mind of men. It also explores the universal mind in each individual.


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