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In July 1845, Henry David Thoreau built a small cottage in the woods near Walden Pond in Concord, Massachusetts. During the two years and two months he spent there, he began to write Walden, a chronicle of his communion with nature that became one of the most influential and compelling books in American literature. As the favorite book of generations of readers, Walden has become part of the American landscape. Its message of living simply, in harmony with nature, is needed now more than ever. Here are select passages that provide a perfect introduction to Walden, along with woodblock engravings by Michael McCurdy and two audio CDs with samples of the text read aloud.

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This is one of the most important works by the most important American philosopher: Henry David Thoreau, vital figure in the Transcendentalist movement, hero to environmentalists and ecologists, profound thinker on humanity's happiness. First published in 1854, Walden collects the penetrating reflections from the two years Thoreau lived in solitude on the shores of Massachusetts' Walden Pond. In lucid, poetic prose, Thoreau ponders the beauty of living simply and in communion with nature. It is a work of pastoral magnificence and wisdom that has moved generations of readers. Writer and philosopher HENRY DAVID THOREAU (1817-1862) was born in Concord, Massachusetts, and educated at Harvard University. His writings on human nature, materialism, and the natural world rank him among the most influential thinkers of American literature.

Synopsis:

In July 1845, Henry David Thoreau built a small cottage in the woods near Walden Pond in Concord, Massachusetts. During the two years and two months he spent there, he began to write Walden, a chronicle of his communion with nature that became one of the most influential and compelling books in American literature. As the favorite book of generations of readers, Walden has become part of the American landscape. Its message of living simply, in harmony with nature, is needed now more than ever. Here are select passages that provide a perfect introduction to Walden, along with woodblock engravings by Michael McCurdy and two audio CDs with samples of the text read aloud.

About the Author

Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) is one of the most beloved figures in American literature. He is the author of dozens of books and essays, including On Civil Disobedience, The Maine Woods, and A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781590307458
Author:
Thoreau, Henry David
Publisher:
Shambhala Publications
Read by:
James, Lloyd
Read:
James, Lloyd
Illustrator:
McCurdy, Michael
Author:
Williams, Terry Tempest
Author:
James, Lloyd
Author:
McCurdy, Michael
Subject:
American - General
Subject:
Essays
Subject:
Naturalists, Gardeners, Environmentalists
Subject:
General Literary Criticism & Collections
Subject:
Authors, American -- 19th century.
Subject:
Thoreau, Henry David - Homes and haunts -
Subject:
Literature-A to Z
Subject:
philosophy;nature;non-fiction;essays;memoir;classic;classics;literature;transcendentalism;fiction;19th century;american literature;american;environment;biography;autobiography;massachusetts;essay;ecology;solitude;simplicity;nature writing;usa;natural hist
Subject:
philosophy;nature;non-fiction;essays;memoir;classic;classics;literature;transcendentalism;fiction;19th century;american literature;american;environment;autobiography;biography;massachusetts;essay;solitude;ecology;simplicity;usa;nature writing;natural hist
Edition Description:
Two CD
Abridged:
Y
Publication Date:
20101131
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
B/W WOOD ENGRAVINGS
Pages:
240
Dimensions:
6.5 x 5.34 x 0.87 in 0.815 lb

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"Synopsis" by , This is one of the most important works by the most important American philosopher: Henry David Thoreau, vital figure in the Transcendentalist movement, hero to environmentalists and ecologists, profound thinker on humanity's happiness. First published in 1854, Walden collects the penetrating reflections from the two years Thoreau lived in solitude on the shores of Massachusetts' Walden Pond. In lucid, poetic prose, Thoreau ponders the beauty of living simply and in communion with nature. It is a work of pastoral magnificence and wisdom that has moved generations of readers. Writer and philosopher HENRY DAVID THOREAU (1817-1862) was born in Concord, Massachusetts, and educated at Harvard University. His writings on human nature, materialism, and the natural world rank him among the most influential thinkers of American literature.
"Synopsis" by , In July 1845, Henry David Thoreau built a small cottage in the woods near Walden Pond in Concord, Massachusetts. During the two years and two months he spent there, he began to write Walden, a chronicle of his communion with nature that became one of the most influential and compelling books in American literature. As the favorite book of generations of readers, Walden has become part of the American landscape. Its message of living simply, in harmony with nature, is needed now more than ever. Here are select passages that provide a perfect introduction to Walden, along with woodblock engravings by Michael McCurdy and two audio CDs with samples of the text read aloud.
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