More Comments of Emerson’s

The history of literature… is a sum of very few ideas, and of very few original tales – all the rest being variations of these… There are even few opinions, and these seem organic in the speakers, and do not disturb the universal necessity.

Of what use is genius, if the organ is too convex or too concave, and cannot find a focal distance within the actual horizon of human life?

- “Experience”

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