Walden Pond: A History .


Perhaps no other natural setting has as much literary, spiritual, and environmental significance for Americans as Walden Pond. Some 700,000 people visit the pond annually, and countless others journey to Walden in their mind, to contemplate the man who lived there and what the place means to us today. Here is the first history of the Massachusetts pond Thoreau made famous 150 years ago. W. Barksdale Maynard offers a lively and comprehensive account of Walden Pond from the early nineteenth century to the present. From Thoreau's first visit at age 4 in 1821 "That woodland vision for a long time made the drapery of my dreams" to present day efforts both to conserve the pond and allow public access, Maynard captures Walden Pond's history and the role it has played in social, cultural, literary, and environmental movements in America.

Authors: W. Barksdale Maynard

Date: 2004-02-12

Upload Date: 4/17/2020 10:35:06 PM

Format: pdf

Pages: 416

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Language: English

ISBN / ASIN: 0195168410

ISBN13: 9780195168419

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