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|Named Person:||Thomas Carlyle|
|Document Type:||Book, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Henry David Thoreau; Sophia E Thoreau; H G O Blake; E H Russell; Stephen H Wakeman
|Notes:||Companion volume to Walden 1 (MA 1302.8), physically identical and concurrently kept, used primarily for literary drafts for "A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers" and the lectures on Walden life and Thomas Carlyle. It was probably begun at the same time, or slightly before, MA 1302.8, and finished somewhat earlier during the winter of 1845-1846.--Cf. Broderick.
Originally 72 leaves, now 33 leaves. Written on ca. 67 pages paged irregularly 7-140 on 22 pages. Front free endpapers and pages 1-12, 19-26, 37-49, 43-70, 73-80, 105-106, 117-126 and 137-142 excised.
With penciled index on the front and back paste-downs.
Part of a collection of 39 journals written by Thoreau between 1837 and 1861. The journals are described in 39 individual records.
|Description:||1 v. (ca. 66 p.), bound ; 22.3 cm.|