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The Collected Works of Henry David Thoreau - The Complete Works PergamonMedia - cover

The Collected Works of Henry David Thoreau - The Complete Works PergamonMedia

Henry David Thoreau

Publisher: PergamonMedia

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Summary

This comprehensive eBook presents the complete works or all the significant works - the Œuvre - of this famous and brilliant writer in one ebook - easy-to-read and easy-to-navigate: 
• Walden, and On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience
• On the Duty of Civil Disobedience
• Walking
• The Oxford Book of American Essays
• Walden
• Cape Cod
• The Maine Woods
• Canoeing in the wilderness
• A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers
• Excursions
• Wild Apples
• A Plea for Captain John Brown
• Excursions and Poems
• The Writings of, Volume VI, Familiar Letters
• A YANKEE IN CANADA
• CONCORD TO MONTREAL 
• QUEBEC AND MONTMORENCI 
• ST. ANNE 
• THE WALLS OF QUEBEC 
• THE SCENERY OF QUEBEC; AND THE RIVER ST. LAWRENCE 
• NATURAL HISTORY OF MASSACHUSETTS 
• A WALK TO WACHUSETT 
• THE LANDLORD 
• A WINTER WALK 
• THE SUCCESSION OF FOREST TREES 
• WALKING 
• AUTUMNAL TINTS 
• WILD APPLES 
• NIGHT AND MOONLIGHT 
• POEMS
• NATURE 
• THE AURORA OF GUIDO 
• TO THE MAIDEN IN THE EAST 
• TO MY BROTHER 
• GREECE 
• THE FUNERAL BELL 
• THE MOON 
• THE FALL OF THE LEAF 
• THE THAW 
• A WINTER SCENE 
• TO A STRAY FOWL 
• POVERTY 
• PILGRIMS 
• THE DEPARTURE 
• INDEPENDENCE 
• DING DONG 
• OMNIPRESENCE 
• INSPIRATION (QUATRAIN) 
• MISSION 
• etc.

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