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"There is in the works of Emerson an underlying tone of quiet appreciation."
"There is stashed below the frigid depths of the arctic a magnificent treasure that no one has ever been able to recover."

What do these two sentences mean??

  • It is only one sentence. – successive suspension Nov 3 at 6:57
  • If we reverse the inversion, will they make sense to you? "There is an underlying tone of quiet appreciation in the works of Emerson" / "There is a magnificent treasure that no one has ever been able to recover stashed below the frigid depths of the artic". – BillJ Nov 3 at 13:02
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There is stored below in the coldest depths of the arctic ocean a magnificent wealth that none has been able to recover till now.

There might be metaphorical meaning in the sentence.Unless we read the essay we can not tell exactly what it is. Anyhow, he is talking about the hidden treasure may be referring to man. I am not sure unless I read the text.

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A magnificent treasure - that no one has ever been able to recover - is stashed in the frigid depths of the arctic.

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