Henry David Thoreau "Walden"

In 1845 Thoreau, a Harvard-educated 28-year-old went to live by himself in the woods in Massachusetts. He stayed for over two years, living self-sufficiently in a small cabin built with his own hands. Walden is his personal account of the experience, in which he documents the beauty and fulfillment to be found in the wilderness and his philosophical and political motivations for rejecting the materialism which continues to define our modern world.

Paperback, 320 pages.
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