The context and language of Poe and Emerson also indicates more emotional tone rather than the mellow tone of their predecessors. Thoreau was an excellent writer, but did not capture the essence of emotion because he was writing about an issue, and not a person. On the contrary, Poe and Emerson fully depict their character in a great manner.
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