The selected works of Thoreau / rev. and with a new introd. by Walter Harding.
By: Thoreau, Henry David.
Contributor(s): Harding, Walter Roy [ed.].Material type: TextPublisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1975Edition: Cambridge ed.Description: xxvii, 851 p. : port. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0395204305; 9780395204306.Uniform titles: Selections. 1975 Additional physical formats: Online version:: Selected works of Thoreau.DDC classification: 818/.3/09 LOC classification: PS3042 | .H3 1975
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Texts from Thoreau in the present edition are those originally published in 1937 in Works, selected and edited by H.S. Canby.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Selections from the 'Journal'. Myself ; What I lived for ; Concord ; My friends and neighbors.
A week on the Concord and 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 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.