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  1. A WALK IN CONCORD. In Memoriam Henry David Thoreau 1817-1862. by C. Grant. Loomis, 1961
  2. The Thoreau Log: A Documentary Life of Henry David Thoreau 1817-1862 (American Authors Log) by Raymond R. Borst, 1995-09
  3. Cape Cod by Henry David Thoreau 1817-1862, 1875-12-31
  4. Walden, and other writings of Henry David Thoreau / edited, with an introduction by Brooks Atkinson ; foreword by Townsend Scudder by Henry David (1817-1862) Thoreau, 1965
  5. Walden. or. Life in the woods by Henry D. Thoreau. by Thoreau. Henry David. 1817-1862., 1906-01-01
  6. Walden; or. Life in the woods. by Henry D.Thoreau. with an intro by Thoreau. Henry David. 1817-1862., 1899
  7. THE THOREAU LOG: A DOCUMENTARY LIFE OF HENRY DAVID THOREAU, 1817-1862. American Authors Log by Raymond R. Borst, 1992
  8. A Week On The Concord And Merrimack Rivers
  9. Cape Cod
  10. Cape Cod. With an introd. by Joseph Wood Krutch and illus. by R. J. Holden by Henry David (1817-1862) Thoreau, 1968
  11. Walden. Edited With Notes And An Introd. By Raymond Macdonald Alden
  12. Notes On New England Birds
  13. Anti-slavery And Reform Papers
  14. Henry D. Thoreau Illustrated Maine Woods, The with Photographs from the Gleason Collection ( David ) by Text Edited Introduction by Joseph J. Moldenhauer, with Photographs from the Gleason Collection, List of Illustrations, Essays on Photos of Herbert Wendell Gleason by Roland Wells Robbins, Henry David Thoreau ( 1817-1862 ), 1974

1. Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) American Writer.
(18171862) American writer. Henry David Thoreau is known for his time at Walden Pond and the work of prose that came out of that experience.
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  • (1817-1862) American writer. Henry David Thoreau is known for his time at Walden Pond and the work of prose that came out of that experience.
    Thoreau: Collected Essays and Poems
    To explore the breadth and intensity of Thoreau's work, Elizabeth Hall Witherell brings together Thoreau's work for the first time in one authoritative collection.
    A Plea for John Brown
    Read "A Plea for John Brown," by Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862). zSB(3,3)
    Civil Disobedience - Henry David Thoreau
    Read the complete text for "Civil Disobedience," by Henry David Thoreau.
    Faith in a Seed: The Dispersion of Seeds and Other Late Works
    "Faith in a Seed" was Thoreau's final manuscript, presented here for the first time by Bradley P. Dean. The book contains: "The Dispersion of Seeds," "Wild Seeds," "Wild Fruits," "Weeds and Grasses," "Forest Trees," "A Thoreau Chronology," "Editor's Notes," "Acknowledgments," and an index.
    Henry David Thoreau
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    Thoreau: Collected Essays and Poems
    Walden - Books About
    Henry Waldo Thoreau wrote "Walden" between 1845 and 1854. As Thoreau writes, "When I wrote the following pages, or rather the bulk of them, I lived alone, in the woods, a mile from any neighbor, in a house which I had built myself, on the shore of Walden Pond, in Concord, Massachusetts, and earned my living by the labor of my hands only. I lived there two years and two months."

    2. Thoreau, Henry David
    Henry Thoreau was born in Concord, Mass, in 1817. He was educated at Harvard, graduating in 1837. His Concord neighbor and mentor, Ralph Waldo Emerson, gave the
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    Back To Earth Talk Index Thoreau, Henry David Henry Thoreau was born in Concord, Mass, in 1817. He was educated at Harvard, graduating in 1837. His Concord neighbor and mentor, Ralph Waldo Emerson, gave the commencement address for that occasion. For several years he taught school, kept a journal, attempted to sell essays he had written, with little success, and gave occasional lectures. Under the tutelage of Emerson, he started writing nature essays. On July 4, 1845 he moved to a small cabin he had built on the shores of Walden Pond. When he left the cabin in 1847 he had finished the manuscript for A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers and had written a considerable portion of his masterpiece, Walden . Both books were published during his lifetime, but sold few copies. Henry died of tuberculosis in 1862. Collections of essays and articles were published posthumously in two separate books: The Maine Woods (1864) and Cape Cod It is not that we love to be alone, but that we love to soar

    3. The Thoreau Reader
    Annotated editions of Thoreau's works, essays, images, help for students and teachers, and links to other Thoreau pages.
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    A Project in Cooperation with the Thoreau Society
    The Thoreau Reader
    Annotated works of Henry David Thoreau
    "The greater part of what my neighbors call good I believe in my
    soul to be bad, and if I repent of anything, it is very likely to be my
    good behavior. What demon possessed me that I behaved so well?"
    Books:
    Walden
    Thoreau's 1845 experiment in living well, with old and new photos , Henry's survey of Walden, the Walden Express , a brief history of Walden, and a report on "progress" at the pond.
    The Maine Woods
    Three excursions to Maine in the 1840's and 50's, an attempt to climb Maine's tallest mountain, and on the last trip, a very smart Indian
    Cape Cod
    Four trips to the Cape from 1849 to 1857 are narrated as a single visit; with a walk along the outer banks . This is Thoreau's funniest book.
    A Yankee in Canada
    An 1850 visit to Canada: Henry likes the scenery, but is not impressed by pageantry. Essays: Civil Disobedience Thoreau's influential 1849 essay on following your own conscience. Life without Principle In 1854, Thoreau railed against a c ulture whose primary focus is financial.

    4. Henry David Thoreau - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Henry David Thoreau Online The Works and Life of Henry D. Thoreau; Henry David Thoreau ( The Transcendentalists ) The American Transcendentalist Web
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search "Thoreau" redirects here. For other uses, see Thoreau (disambiguation) Henry David Thoreau
    Maxham daguerreotype of Henry David Thoreau made in 1856 Full name Henry David Thoreau Born July 12, 1817
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    Era 19th century philosophy Region Western Philosophy School Transcendentalism Main interests Natural history Notable ideas Abolitionism tax resistance development criticism civil disobedience ... simple living Henry David Thoreau (born David Henry Thoreau American author, poet abolitionist naturalist tax resister ... philosopher , and leading transcendentalist . He is best known for his book Walden , a reflection upon simple living in natural surroundings, and his essay, Civil Disobedience , an argument for individual resistance to civil government in moral opposition to an unjust state. Thoreau's books, articles, essays, journals, and poetry total over 20 volumes. Among his lasting contributions were his writings on natural history and philosophy, where he anticipated the methods and findings of ecology and environmental history , two sources of modern day environmentalism . His literary style interweaves close natural observation, personal experience, pointed rhetoric

    5. Thoreau Society: Established In 1941
    The oldest and largest organization devoted to an American author.
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    Founded in 1941, The Thoreau Society, Inc. is the oldest and largest organization devoted to an American author.
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    The Thoreau Society recently relocated its offices to the home where Henry D. Thoreau was born. We are located at 341 Virginia Road, Concord, MA
    Thoreau Society Collections The Thoreau Society owns several important collections, including the papers of Walter Harding, Raymond Adams, Roland Robbins, and the Thoreau Society Archives, which are housed at the Thoreau Institute at Walden Woods. Call to make an appointment: This research facility, founded through a collaboration between the Walden Woods Project and The Thoreau Society, is managed by the Walden Woods Project.

    6. HENRY DAVID THOREAU:Caminar
    Ensayo del fil sofo.
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    Caminar HENRY DAVID THOREAU Quiero decir unas palabras a favor de la Naturaleza, de la libertad total y el estado salvaje, en contraposición a una libertad y una cultura simplemente civiles; considerar al hombre como habitante o parte constitutiva de la Naturaleza, más que como miembro de la sociedad. Desearía hacer una declaración radical, si se me permite el énfasis, porque ya hay suficientes campeones de la civilización; el clérigo, el consejo escolar y cada uno de vosotros os encargaréis de defenderla. En el curso de mi vida me he encontrado sólo con una o dos personas que comprendiesen el arte de Caminar, esto es, de andar a pie; que tuvieran el don, por expresarlo así, de sauntering [deambular]: término de hermosa etimología, que proviene de “persona ociosa que vagaba en la Edad Media por el campo y pedía limosna so pretexto de encaminarse à la Sainte Terre ”, a Tierra Santa; de tanto oírselo, los niños gritaban: “Va a Sainte Terre”: de ahí, saunterer , peregrino. Quienes en su caminar nunca se dirigen a Tierra Santa, como aparentan, serán, en efecto, meros holgazanes, simples vagos; pero los que se encaminan allá son saunterers en el buen sentido del término, el que yo le doy.— Hay, sin embargo, quienes suponen que la palabra procede de

    7. Henry David Thoreau - Biography And Works
    I don't know if doing that would hinder my reading and thinking in any way What do you guys think Thanks. Posted By Integral at Fri 24 Aug 2007, 151 AM in Thoreau, Henry David
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    Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) , American Transcendentalist, philosopher, abolitionist, naturalist, essayist, and poet wrote Walden; or, Life in the Woods The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation. What is called resignation is confirmed desperation. .... A stereotyped but unconscious despair is concealed even under what are called the games and amusements of mankind.Ch. 1 Writing on such varied topics as Economy, Reading, Winter Animals, and Solitude, Thoreau spent just over two years in a cabin he built on the edge of Walden Pond on the property of Ralph Waldo Emerson . It was a place for him to find solitude while he wrote, but for his ever-questioning mind it was also an experiment in self-reliance and living close to nature. Thoreau did not assert that others should live the same way, for Walden is the definitive text on Thoreau's own philosophy of life, what he believed in and

    8. Henry David Thoreau Resources At Erratic Impact's Philosophy Research Base
    Henry David Thoreau at Erratic Impact's Philosophy Research Base. Resources include annotated links to the best sites about Thoreau, new and used books by and about Thoreau and
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    America's Bachelor Uncle: Thoreau and the American Polity

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    The Transcendental Saunterer : Thoreau and the Search for Self

    by David Clyde Smith The Environmental Imagination : Thoreau, Nature Writing, and the Formation of American Culture by Lawrence Buell
    Henry David Thoreau
    Texts: Henry David Thoreau Journal of Henry David Thoreau Used Books: Thoreau Correspondence ...
    The Thoreau Reader
    Three complete books and four essays by Thoreau, annotated versions of Walden and Civil Disobedience , links to other Thoreau and Walden sites, and help for students on the Walden Express.
    Thoreau, Walden, and the Environment
    This Thoreau site maintains pages for: The Thoreau Society (Literature and Philosophy)
    The Walden Woods Project (Land Protection)
    The Thoreau Institute (Research and Education) With Overviews: The Man The Times His Writings "Civil Disobedience"

    9. THOREAU, Henry David
    Biographie und Literaturangaben im Biographisch-Bibliographischen Kirchenlexikon.
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    Band XV (1999) Spalten 1381-1388 Autor: Christof Mauch
    Kathrin Klein Christof Mauch Werke: A week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers, Boston 1868 u. Princeton 1980; Life without principle; with a short biography of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Kent (Engl.) 1902; Life without principle: three essays, Norwood 1978; Journal, Boston 1906 u. New York 1962; Walden - or, life in the woods, Boston 1909; Walden, Oxford 1997; Cape Cod, New York 1951 ; Civil disobedience and other essays, Amhurst 1998; Joseph Sanford Wade, A contribution to a bibliography from 1909 to 1936 of HDT, 1936; Francis H. Allen, A bibliography of HDT, 1968; Jean Cameron Advena, A bibliography of the HDT Society Bulletin bibliographies 1941-1969, 1971; Raymond Adams, The HDT library of Raymond Adams. A catalogue, 1973; Raymond R. Borst, HDT: a descriptive bibliography, 1982; Raymond R. Borst, HDT: a reference guide, 1987; Kenneth Walter Cameron, Toward a HDT tertiary bibliography, 1833-1899, 1988; Gary Scharnhorst, HDT: an annotated bibliography of comment and criticism before 1900, 1992; Kenneth Walter Cameron, The HDT secondary bibliography: supplement one (1830-1900): with an appendix of commentary and documents, 1997. Lit.:

    10. Henry David Thoreau
    it represents Henry just as he was in that summer , said Eben J. Loomis of this 1854 portrait of Thoreau (by Samuel Worcester Rowse)
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    Henry David Thoreau
    "...it represents Henry just as he was
    in that summer...",
    said Eben J. Loomis
    of this 1854 portrait of Thoreau
    (by Samuel Worcester Rowse)
    Biography
    Henry David Thoreau was a complex man of many talents who worked hard to shape his craft and his life, seeing little difference between them. Born in 1817 , one of his first memories was of staying awake at night "looking through the stars to see if I could see God behind them." One might say he never stopped looking into nature for ultimate Truth. Henry grew up very close to his older brother John, who taught school to help pay for Henry's tuition at Harvard. While there, Henry read a small book by his Concord neighbor, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nature , and in a sense he never finished exploring its ideas although always definitely on his own terms, just as he explored everything! He and his brother taught school for a while but in 1842, John cut himself while shaving and died of lockjaw in his brother's arms, an untimely death which traumatized the 25 year old Henry. He worked for several years as a surveyor and making pencils with his father, but at the age of 28 in 1845, wanting to write his first book, he went to Walden pond and built his cabin on land owned by Emerson

    11. - Thoreau – Henry David
    Bostonbased Abolitionist newspaper, published by William Lloyd Garrison, 1831-1865
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    12. Henry David Thoreau: Appreciation « EcoTopia
    Emerson s eulogy for his friend Thoreau.
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    He was a born protestant. He declined to give up his large ambition of knowledge and action for any narrow craft or profession, aiming at a much more comprehensive calling, the art of living well. He chose to be rich by making his wants few, and supplying them himself. There was somewhat military in his nature, not to be subdued, always manly and able, but rarely tender, as if he did not feel himself except in opposition. He wanted a fallacy to expose, a blunder to pillory, I may say required a little sense of victory, a roll of the drum, to call his powers into full exercise. In 1847, not approving some uses to which the public expenditure was applied, he refused to pay his town tax, and was put in jail. A friend paid the tax for him, and he was released. The like annoyance was threatened the next year. But as his friends paid the tax, notwithstanding his protest, I believe he ceased to resist. No truer American existed than Thoreau. His preference of his country and condition was genuine, and his aversion from English and European manners and tastes almost reached contempt. He listened impatiently to news or

    13. Henry David Thoreau - Free Online Library
    Free Online Library books by Henry David Thoreau best known authors and titles are available on the Free Online Library
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    Henry David Thoreau was born in Concord, Massachusetts, which was center of his life, although he spent several years of his childhood in the neighboring towns. Thoreau studied at Concord Academy (1828-33), and at Harvard University, graduating in 1837. He was teacher in Canton, Massachusetts (1835-36) and at Center School (1837), resigning after two weeks. In 1835 he contracted tuberculosis and suffered from recurring bouts of it throughout his life. From 1837 until 1838 Thoreau worked in his father's pencil factory, and again in 1844 and 1849 through 1850. With his brother John, Henry opened a school in Concord and taught there in 1838 until 1841, when his brother became fatally ill. From 1848 he was a regular lecturer at Concord Lyceum. He also worked as a land surveyor. A decisive turning point in Thoreau's life came when he met Ralph Waldo Emerson in Concord. He was a member of Emerson household from 1841 through 1843, earning his living as a handyman. In 1843 he was a tutor to William Emerson's sons in Staten Island, New York, and from 1847 until 1848 he again lived in Emerson's house.

    14. The Writings Of Henry D. Thoreau
    Extensive site devoted to the writings, philosophy, life of Henry David Thoreau; created by The Writings of Henry D. Thoreau, definitive edition of Thoreau's works, directed by
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    Henry David Thoreau, bibliography, class notes, information, links to texts and information
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    Walden ...
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    Bradley P. Dean's edition of Wild Fruits, a work unfinished at Thoreau's death. This edition includes a Thoreau chronology , notes, and an introduction in addition to the text itself.
    Thoreau, Walden, and the Environment

    Thoreau Edition site at Northern Illinois University (change in site)

    Prof. Ann Woodlief of VCU has created study hypertexts of Walden (several chapters) and "Ktaadn" from The Maine Woods
    Brief video of Walden Pond
    (5:52) accompanied by Thoreau's words.
    Very brief (1:43) video biography
    of Thoreau. Photo Courtesy of the Thoreau Society
    Selected Works Online
  • Cape Cod (1865 ed.) The Maine Woods (1864 ed.) "Ktaadn" from The Maine Woods ... Walden (study text at the American Transcendentalism site at VCU) Walking (1862)
  • Comments to D. Campbell.

    16. Home | Walden Woods
    The Walden Woods Project preserves Thoreau s land and legacy by protecting Walden Woods, offering education programs, and managing the Thoreau Institute s research collections.
    http://www.walden.org/

    17. Thoreau, Henry David Definition Of Thoreau, Henry David In The Free Online Encyc
    Thoreau, Henry David (th r`ō, thərō`), 1817–62, American author and naturalist, b. Concord, Mass., grad. Harvard, 1837. Thoreau is considered one of the most influential
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    18. Thoreau's Civil Disobedience - With Annotated Text
    Thoreau's 1849 essay on the right and obligation to follow your conscience
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    Civil Disobedience
    Originally published as "Resistance to Civil Government"
    By Henry David Thoreau - 1849 - with annotated text Thoreau Reader: Home Desobediencia Civil
    While Walden can be applied to almost anyone's life, "Civil Disobedience" is like a venerated architectural landmark: it is preserved and admired, and sometimes visited, but for most of us there are not many occasions when it can actually be used. Still, although seldom mentioned without references to Gandhi or King, "Civil Disobedience" has more history than many suspect. In the 1940's it was read by the Danish resistance, in the 1950's it was cherished by those who opposed McCarthyism, in the 1960's it was influential in the struggle against South African apartheid, and in the 1970's it was discovered by a new generation of anti-war activists. The lesson learned from all this experience is that Thoreau's ideas really do work, just as he imagined they would.
    "Civil Disobedience" in three parts: One Two Three
    Henry Thoreau and 'Civil Disobedience'
    - by Wendy McElroy - "Americans know Thoreau primarily as the author of Walden

    19. Henry David Thoreau @ Classic Reader
    Henry David Thoreau View Title Listing; About the Author; Member Tools Member Login
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    20. Henry David Thoreau « EcoTopia
    A biography with links to bibliography, extracts from Thoreau s writing, appreciation and web links.
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    Walden During his life, Thoreau was little known outside his small social and intellectual circle. Yet his reputation as a prophet for ecological thought and the value of wilderness, born at Walden, now grows with each passing year. He articulated the idea that humans are part of nature and that we function best, as individuals and societies, when we are conscious of that fact. Daguerreotype of Thoreau, owned by The Thoreau Society. Used by permission. Biography Appreciation Bibliography Extracts ... Links
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