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Heavy but necessary for people to realize how important it is to get back out into the wild outdoors.Published 3 days ago by Joshua Parulian
Originally published in 1854, a temporary return to nature and self-sufficiency compared to the samsaric (my word) attachments of society.Published 4 days ago by joe
Definitely not for me. I did not see the draw in this classic at all. Very boring, overly detailed about minor things, and he fails to mention that his mother was doing his... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great book with fantastic information, a must for any Thoreau fan.Published 11 days ago by T Padasak
Thoreau is great at creating a relationship between heaven and nature. It is a good read for anyone who wants to connect more with nature.Published 12 days ago by Patrick Rachford
As an Educated American I needed to read this as it is a part of the American Canon.
The foreword was excellent, and perhaps my favorite part of the novel. Read more
When ever I read it, Walden makes me more aware of my place in Mother Nature, and leaves me in awe every time.Published 1 month ago by Garby