by Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862,

Format: Book on CD 2014
Availability: Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies
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Braddock Carnegie Library - Turtle Creek Audiovisual CD BK 818.303 THO
Location  Braddock Carnegie Library - Turtle Creek
Collection  Audiovisual
Call Number  CD BK 818.303 THO
Sewickley Public Library AV - Audiobooks CD 818.3 THO 2014
Location  Sewickley Public Library
Collection  AV - Audiobooks
Call Number  CD 818.3 THO 2014
An experiment. A declaration. A spiritual awakening. Noted transcendentalist Henry David Thoreau spent two years, two months and two days chronicling his near-isolation in a small cabin he built in the woods near Walden Pond, on land owned by his mentor and the father of Transcendentalism, Ralph Waldo Emerson. Immersing himself in nature and solitude, Thoreau sought to develop a greater understanding of society amidst a life of self-reliance and simplicity. Originally published in 1854, Walden remains one of the most celebrated works in American literature. Also includes Walden's essay, On the Duty of Civil Disobedience.
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Subjects Thoreau, Henry David, -- 1817-1862 -- Homes and haunts -- Massachusetts -- Walden Woods.
Wilderness areas -- Massachusetts -- Walden Woods.
Natural history -- Massachusetts -- Walden Woods.
Authors, American -- 19th century -- Biography.
Civil disobedience.
Walden Woods (Mass.) -- Social life and customs.
Publisher Holland, OH :Dreamscape Media, LLC,2014
Edition Unabridged.
Other Titles Civil disobedience.
Civil disobedience.
Walden and On the duty of civil disobedience
Contributors Bethune, Robert, narrator.
Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. Civil disobedience.
Dreamscape Media, publisher.
Participants/Performers Read by Robert Bethune.
Language English
Notes Unabridged.
Compact disc.
Description 11 audio discs (12 hr., 26 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN 9781629232645
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