Written by:
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Narrated by:
Kenny Davis
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Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
March 2023
1 hour 31 minutes
'Nature' is an essay written by Ralph Waldo Emerson, first published in 1836. In this essay, Emerson explores the idea of nature as a source of inspiration and knowledge for human beings.

Emerson argues that nature is a reflection of the divine and that by immersing oneself in nature, one can attain a deeper understanding of the world and oneself. He encourages individuals to embrace the beauty of nature and to seek solace in its tranquility.

Emerson also criticizes society's emphasis on material possessions and commercialism, arguing that it distracts individuals from the natural world and their own spiritual growth. He believes that by returning to nature, individuals can rediscover their true selves and find fulfillment in simplicity.

Overall, 'Nature' is a celebration of the natural world and a call to return to a simpler, more authentic way of living. It continues to be a seminal work in the American transcendentalist movement and has inspired generations of readers to explore the beauty and wonder of the natural world
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