Of Interest
The Dial

The Dial
A Magazine for Literature, Philosophy, and Religion

Volume 1, number 1 July 1840
Volume 1, number 2 October 1840
Volume 1, number 3 January 1841
Volume 1, number 4 April 1841
Volume 2, number 1 July 1841
Volume 2, number 2 October 1841
Volume 2, number 3 January 1842
Volume 2, number 4 April 1842
Volume 3, number 1 July 1842
Volume 3, number 2 October 1842
Volume 3, number 3 January 1843
Volume 3, number 4 April 1843
Volume 4, number 1 July 1843
Volume 4, number 2 October 1843
Volume 4, number 3 January 1844
Volume 4, number 4 April 1844

Thoreau's Contributions to The Dial
  1. No. I (Volume I, number 1): July 1840:
  2. No. III (Volume I, number 3): January 1841:
    • Stanzas ("Nature doth have her dawn each day...")
  3. No. V (Volume II, number 1): July 1841:
  4. No. VI (Volume II, number 2): October 1841:
    • Friendship ("Let such pure hate still underprop...")
  5. No. IX (Volume III, number 1): July 1842:
  6. No. X (Volume III, number 2): October 1842:
  7. No. XI (Volume III, number 3): January 1843:
  8. No. XII (Volume III, number 4): April 1843
  9. No. XIV (Volume IV, number 2): October 1843:
  10. No. XV (Volume IV, number 3): January 1844:
  11. No. XVI (Volume IV, number 4): April 1844:

 

 

The Dial, July 1840 (From the Raymond Adams Collection)

It is only when we forget all our learning that we begin to know. — Journal, 4 October 1859

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