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The Concord Saunterer, New Series Volume 12/13 (2004/2005)
The Concord Saunterer, New Series Volume 12/13 (2004/2005)
 
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The annual periodical of The Thoreau Society. Special Walden Sesquicentennial Issue: Walden the Place and Walden the Book. Contains articles celebrating the 150th anniversary of the publication of Thoreau's most famous work. Articles:
"Thoreau's Walden in the Twenty-first Century" ; "Thoreau's Walden in the Global Community" ; "Emerson's 'Wyman Lot:' Forgotten Context for Thoreau's House at Walden" / W. Barksdale Maynard ; "Rediscovery at Walden: The History of Thoreau's Bean-Field" / Bradley P. Dean ; "Three Thoreau Haunts at Walden Woods" / J. Walter Brain ; "Realizing Resistance: Thoreau and the First of August, 1846 at Walden" / Randall Conrad ; "Saving Walden" / Joseph C. Wheeler ; "Beyond the 'Common Course:' Exploring and Teaching Walden on Foot" / Lucinda Damon-Bach ; "Hound, Bay Horse and Turtle-Dove: Obscurity and Authority in Thoreau's Walden" / Henrik Otterberg ; "Transcendentalism, Perfectionism and Walden" / Daniel S. Malachuk ; "'Live Thus Deliberately:' Authenticity and Narrative Ethics in Walden" / Antonio Casado da Rocha ; "Ripeness: Thoreau's Critique of Technological Modernity" / Ken Hiltner ; "'The Life Excited:' Faces of Thoreau in Walden" / Steven Hartman ; "Walden as Feminist Manifesto" / Laura Dassow Walls ; "The Everlasting Great Look of the Sky: Thoreau and E. B. White at Walden Pond" / Robert Root ; "Meaning in N.C. Wyeth's Walden Pond Revisited" / Mark Sullivan ; "Wilderness and Spirit, A Mountain Called Katahdin: An Interview with Maine Filmmaker Huey" / Ronald Wesley Hoag.
The Thoreau Society, 2005. Paperback, 424 pp.

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