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"Walden" is one of those books, and this edition published by Castle Books is truly lovely.
Each one provides same-page explanatory notes that help the reader interpret the sometimes esoteric references in Henry David Thoreau's original text.
I really like Walden, the ideas behind it: leave everything behind and live your life as you see fit.
I think the publisher of this book forgot the main function of a good book-let people read it easily. The print in this book is too small to be read. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Fragrance of rose
Jeffrey Cramer's annotations are excellent making Thoreau more accessible to a wider audience. For those familiar with Thoreau, this annotated edition will further enrich one's... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Tom T.
A good version for Kindle. I keep it to open once in a while for a relaxing visit with Mr. HDT.Published 23 days ago by Don Busch
This book should NEVER be printed without including his essay Civil Disobedience at the end of the book. Walden is the gun and his essay Civil Disobedience is the bullet.Published 1 month ago by HDT Holdin' It down!