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Walden, Walking & Civil Disobedience (Including The Life of Henry David Thoreau) (Kobo eBook)

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Henry David Thoreau's masterful work 'Walden, Walking & Civil Disobedience' is a collection of some of his most influential writings that delve into themes of nature, self-reliance, and social activism. 'Walden' provides a detailed account of Thoreau's experiment in simple living at Walden Pond, showcasing his transcendentalist philosophy and love for the natural world. 'Walking' celebrates the act of walking as a means of connecting with nature and attaining spiritual enlightenment. 'Civil Disobedience' is a powerful essay that advocates for resistance to unjust laws and government actions. Thoreau's writing style is contemplative, philosophical, and deeply introspective, making this collection a timeless classic in American literature. Henry David Thoreau, a prominent transcendentalist thinker and philosopher, was inspired by his deep connection to nature and his quest for individual freedom. His experiences at Walden Pond and his commitment to civil disobedience against unjust government policies shaped his worldview and literary output. Thoreau's belief in living a deliberate and meaningful life has influenced generations of readers and activists. I highly recommend 'Walden, Walking & Civil Disobedience' to readers who are interested in exploring the themes of nature, self-reliance, and social justice. Thoreau's profound insights and poetic prose make this collection a must-read for anyone seeking to reflect on the complexities of the human experience and our relationship to the natural world.