The Adventures Of Henry Thoreau : A Young Man's Unlikely Path To Walden Pond

The Adventures Of Henry Thoreau : A Young Man's Unlikely Path To Walden Pond

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"The Adventures of Henry Thoreau-chronicling the ten years in his life beginning with Harvard in 1837 and ending as he walked away from Walden Pond after living in his long dreamed-of cabin for only two years--tells the dramatic (and at times heartbreaking) story of how a troubled young man found a meaningful life in a tempestuous era"-- Provided by publisher.
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B THOREAUAdult BiographiesIn

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Edition Statement :

First U.S. edition.

Content :

Dancing on the ice -- pt. I. Reflection : Behind the stars ; Seek your fortune ; More beautiful than useful ; Meadow River ; The new schoolmaster ; Savage brothers ; God and nature face to face -- pt. II. Shadow : How comic is simplicity ; We can teach you ; No remedy for love ; Give her a kiss for me ; My friend's little brother ; Log cabins and cider ; Melodies and inventions ; Near to the world of spirits -- pt. III. Echo : Hawthorne's new boat ; A skating party ; Staten Island ; Fire ; A poor man's house ; Favored by the gods ; Death on the river ; Living fireworks ; Luncheon at the cabin ; My muse, my brother ; A night in jail ; Chaos and ancient night -- After the cabin.

Publication, Distribution, etc. :

New York : Bloomsbury, 2014.

ISBN :

1620401959

Physical Description :

x, 372 pages ; 22 cm

Notes :
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 351-360) and index.
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