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    Friendship

    by Ralph Waldo Emerson
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    • Category: Essays
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    Two Classic Essays by Emerson. Excerpted from Essays, First Series.

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    freindship
    Freindship doesnt mean that you just have a freind just for fun. Freindship has a strong meaning to it. Freindship mean that you can meet a good freind that you can called a best freind{bf} or a freind who you can talk to and a person who you can also trust.
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    natteener
    on January 06, 2012
    If you're writing a Friendship essay and need some advice, post your Ralph Waldo Emerson essay question on our Facebook page where fellow bookworms are always glad to help!

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