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Nineteenth-Century Prose: Henry David Thoreau Bicentennial Issue, 1817-2017 - Volume 44, Number 2, Fall 2017
Nineteenth-Century Prose: Henry David Thoreau Bicentennial Issue, 1817-2017 - Volume 44, Number 2, Fall 2017
 
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This special bicentennial issue of the periodical features 13 thematic essays about Henry David Thoreau. Contents: Introduction: Thoreau Bicentennial Essays / Richard J. Schneider; "The sun is but a morning star:" Thoreau's Future / Daniel S. Malachuk; The Samarae of Thought: Thoreau's Gathered Timescapes / Laura Dassow Walls; Nature, Necessity, and the Philosophy of Metaphor in Walden / Benjamin Mangrum; Thoreau's Periodic Sentences, Experiential Transcendentalism, and Scientific Method / Walter Hesford; "A Greater Vital Force:" Rhetorical Affinities between Thoreau and Darwin / Christina Root; Henry David Thoreau, American Subversive: Sensory Balance in Walden / Frank Izaguirre; Thoreau's Sound Reasoning / John Hay; Living Poems in Thoreau's Prose / Lizzy LeRud; The Red Flannel Shirt: The Dynamic Clothing Metaphor in The Maine Woods / Anne Beebe; "Wild Apples" and Thoreau's Commitment to Wildness in the Last Decade of His Life / Albena Bakratcheva; From Tracing to Writing: The Maps that Thoreau Copied / Julien Negre; Found in Translation: Panait Musoiu and the First Translation of Walden in Romania / Iuliu Ratiu.
San Diego State University, 2017. Paperback, 264 pp.

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