Henry David Thoreau

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United States writer and social critic (1817-1862)

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Consenting to Violence: Henry David Thoreau, John Brown, and the Transcendent Intellectual.
The murder of the local madwoman at Walden Pond, along with the puzzling disappearance of a beautiful young woman he'd just met, give Oliver lots to investigate, and he receives help from his Algonquin friend Charley Bigbow as well as the eccentric but observant Henry David Thoreau.
2 A GOOD READ You can't beat Walden: A Fully Annotated Edition (Yale University Press, 2004; $30) by Henry David Thoreau.
Francis of Assisi, Henry David Thoreau, John Kline, Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr.
They divide their entries into three groups: ideas, organisations, and thinkers and include: the Anti-Corn Law League, Max Weber, Liberation Society, Mary Wollstonecraft, the Rowntree Trust, Henry David Thoreau, Walter Bagehot, Free Trade, New Liberalism, Karl Popper and Whiggism and numerous others.
You'll find information on philosopher Pythagoras, physicist Isaac Newton, mathematician Rend Descartes, physician George Cheyne, poets Percy Shelley and Henry David Thoreau, the Shakers, Mahatma Gandhi, and many others.
There are plenty of pauses for reflection throughout the volume, and even an essay drawing on the wisdom of Henry David Thoreau in a call to renounce nuclear weapons.
Wood, "An Observant Eye: The Thoreau Collection At The Concord Museum" is a profusely illustrated survey of the Concord Museum's extraordinary collection of artifacts and memorabilia drawn from the life and times of Henry David Thoreau, the author of 'Walden Pond' and 'Civil Disobedience'.
Knowing of such consequences and aware of the peril of such entrapment no doubt led Henry David Thoreau to write, perhaps as much in warning as in observation: 'The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.
Her latest essay on Henry David Thoreau was recently published in periodicals in the U.
Influenced by Henry David Thoreau and the transcendentalists, Newell Wyeth promoted awareness of the metaphorical and metaphysical value in even the most mundane objects and advocated attention to and alignment with the subtleties of the natural world.
During the mid-nineteenth century, cultural pioneers, most notably Henry David Thoreau, worked to establish the nation's seasons as exceptional.
Albert Einstein and Henry David Thoreau were kindred spirits in many ways.
We also meet individuals like Henry David Thoreau, who embraced and defended civil disobedience as a form of nonviolent resistance, and Mahatma Gandhi, Dorothy Day, and Martin Luther King Jr.
Like Henry David Thoreau, Fortunata wanted to "have as many trades as fingers on the hand.