Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 1977. First Edition. Hardcover. "The development of Thoreau's identity--from David Henry, son of John and Cynthia, to Henry David, sojourner at Walden, was a long, complex, and painful process; it was by no means a fully self-assured, stately march to the beat of a different drummer. The period between Thoreau's graduation from Harvard in 1837 and the beginning of the Walden experiment in 1845.....[Item #4771]
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Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2017. First Edition. Hardcover. "In this definitive biography, the many facets of Thoreau are captured with grace and scholarly rigor...To reveal the author of Walden as one coherent person is Walls' mission, which she fully achieves; as a result of her vigilant focus Thoreau holds the center--no mean achievement in a work through whose pages move the great figures and cataclysmic events of the.....[Item #4891]