by Henry David Thoreau
Editor: Pan MacMillan
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Henry David Thoreau is considered one of the most important figures in early American literature, and Walden is arguably his most influential figure in the book.He recounts the author’s experience of living in a small house in the woods around the Walden Pond near Concord, Massachusetts.Thoreau built the house himself, with the help of a few friends, to see if he could live’ deliberately’ – independently and outside society.The result is an intriguing work that blends natural history with philosophical ideas, and includes many enlightening quotes from other authors.De Thoreau wooden hut won a place in the American psyche collective, a remarkable achievement for a book with such a modest and rustic beginning.Designed to appeal to the booklover, Macmillan Collection Library is a collection of very beautiful gifts editions of beloved classic titles.Macmillan Library Collector are books of love and treasures
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