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Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862): A Guide to Resources
A concise, simple directory to resources on Thoreau and his classics including Walden, Civil Disobedience and Walking, plus resources on Transcendentalist authors, philosophy and literature.
AmericanPoems.com: Henry David Thoreau
Find a short biography and a selection of Thoreau's most famous poems, plus analysis and comments on the poems.
Four Pioneering Environmental Advocates, 1845-1913
A book review on H-NET by Adam M. Sowards on Robert L. Dorman's book, A Word for Nature, which includes Thoreau as one of its four subjects.
Henry David Thoreau
Read about the life of Thoreau and explore three of his works online.
Henry David Thoreau and the Walden Mailing List
A site devoted to Thoreau and the home of the Walden mailing list, dedicated to discussions of his work and thinking.
Henry David Thoreau at Today in Literature
Biographical stories about Thoreau's life and the creation of specific works. Requires free registration to read full articles.
Henry David Thoreau Teaching Guide
A guide for teaching Thoreau which can also serve as an introduction for students. Analysis of themes, suggested classroom strategies, questions, bibliography.
The Metamorphoses of Walden
A discussion of Thoreau's contradictory relationship to both Transcendentalism and to science. In considering this, especial emphasis is put on Thoreau's observations of insects, so that entomology becomes a crucial link.
Poetry on Thoreau
Poems about Thoreau, from Amy Belding Brown, Louisa May Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Sonya Welter.
Mark Stabb's essay reflecting on Thoreau's "Walking."
Three complete books and four essays by Henry David Thoreau, annotated copies of Walden and Civil Disobedience, links to other Thoreau sites, and help for students on the Walden Express
The Thoreau Society
Organization to promote Thoreau's life and works through education, outreach, and advocacy. Includes membership information, activities and teacher resources.
Thoreau, Walden and the Environment
The Walden Woods Project preserves Thoreau’s land and legacy by protecting Walden Woods, offering education programs, and managing the Thoreau Institute’s research collections.
Today in History: July 12
The Library of Congress website honors Thoreau with an essay on his literary and philosophical contributions.
The Walden Mailing List
Mailing list (waldenlist) dedicated to Henry David Thoreau.
Writing a Paper on Thoreau
Advice from Fred Musante for students writing a paper on Thoreau.
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