by Henry David Thoreau
Publisher: Project Gutenberg 1995
Number of pages: 186
In 1845, Henry David Thoreau moved into a cabin by Walden Pond. With the intention of immersing himself in nature and distancing himself from the distractions of social life, Thoreau sustained his retreat for just over two years. More popular than ever, 'Walden' is a paean to the virtues of simplicity and self-sufficiency.
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