Title: Idols and Ideals: With an Essay on ...
Publisher: Henry Holt, NY
Publication Date: 1887
Dust Jacket Condition: None
Edition: First Edition
Book Type: Religion
Moderate foxing on paper fore-edges, soil on top paper edge, light foxing on bottom paper edges, corner lightly clipped on half-title. Bound in bright brown cloth with bright gilt lettering on spine. Tight, square, bright copy. 137pp. Upper class Native Virginian who became an abolitionist. Attended Dickinsen College in Carlisle PA, Harvard Divinity School and friend of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Moved from Methodism through Unitarianism and beyond. Attacked slavery as a moral issue becoming a fervent Abolitionist - Transcendentalist hoping for a "Celestial City" on Earth. Eventually he modified his views of religion to a more Earn-born view. Bookseller Inventory # 11968
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