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The works of Thoreau,

Author: Henry David Thoreau; Henry Seidel Canby
Publisher: Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1937.
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Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862.
Works of Thoreau.
Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1937
(OCoLC)612539792
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry David Thoreau; Henry Seidel Canby
OCLC Number: 653833
Description: [xi] xxiv, 848 pages frontispiece, plates 22 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Biographical note. Selections from the Journal: Myself --
What I lived for --
Concord --
My friends and neighbors. A week on the Concord and the Merrimack Rivers: Concord River --
Saturday --
Sunday --
Monday --
Tuesday --
Wednesday --
Thursday --
Friday. Walden: Economy --
Where I lived and what I lived for --
Reading --
Sounds --
Solitude --
Visitors --
The bean-field --
The village --
The ponds --
Baker farm --
Higher laws --
Brute neighbors --
House-warming --
Former inhabitants; and other winter visitors --
Winter animals --
The pond in winter --
Spring --
Conclusion. Poems: Inspiration --
The soul's season --
Pilgrims --
The departure --
Mission --
Prayer --
I make ye an offer --
Sympathy --
Not unconcerned --
My friends --
Yet let us thank. Travel books: Ktaadn --
Cape Cod --
The start --
Stage-coach views --
The plains of Nauset --
The beach --
The wellfleet oysterman --
The beach again --
The sea and the desert. Selections from the Journal: Nature --
My work --
Criticism --
Sayings. Nature essays: Natural history of Massachusetts --
Walking --
Autumnal tints --
Wild apples --
The succession of forest trees. On religion and friendship. The Christian fable --
Friendship. Man against the state: Paradise (to be) regained --
Civil disobedience --
Life without principle. John Brown's body: A plea for Captain John Brown --
Selected bibliography.
Responsibility: selected and edited by Henry S. Canby.

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