More about Thoreau

Texts and Links about Thoreau’s life and writings, including his contemporaries,
his readings, current scholarship and other related documents.

Disclaimer: The views and opinions of authors in the texts or hyperlinks below do not necessarily represent those of The Walden Woods Project but are provided for the purpose of education and the dissemination of information. Reference to any product, service, publication, organization or author does not necessarily constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation or favoring by The Walden Woods Project. All texts and hyperlinks are provided with the sole purpose of meeting the mission of The Walden Woods Project’s Thoreau Institute library to collect and disseminate materials relating to Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862), his historical context, and his contemporary relevance to environmental and human-rights issues, as well as the work of other environmental writers and social reformers.

Brief Overviews:

  • Thoreau, the Man
  • Thoreau as a Writer
  • Thoreau’s Writings
  • Civil Disobedience
  • Walden, The Place
  • Thoreau and the Environment
  • For Further Reading: A Select Bibliography


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