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Henry David Thoreau: Collected Essays and Poems

Edited by Elizabeth Witherell

“Seldom does a single book contain so much wisdom. The 27 essays collected here include such seminal works as ‘Civil Disobedience,’ ‘Walking,’ ‘Slavery in Massachusetts,’ ‘Wild Apples,’ and ‘Life Without Principle.’ All are testaments to Thoreau’s continuing influence on our lives and our thoughts.”— The Dallas Morning News

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ISBN: 978-1-88301195-6 703 pages

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N° 124 Library of America Series

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