Walden Too: Building and Living in Your Little House in the Woods
Henry David Thoreau (pronounced "thorough") was an American philosopher, naturalist and social commentator. From July 4, 1845 to September 6, 1847, he lived in a small house which he built with his own hands and primitive tools on the shore of Walden Pond outside Concord, Massachusetts. He wrote about nature and life in "Walden Pond; or, a Life in the Woods."
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"Walden Too: Building and Living in Your Little House in the Woods" encourages readers to at least approximate Thoreau's experience at Walden Pond, to the extent that is possible in the twenty-first century.
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