Unabridged version of Walden, by Henry David Thoreau, offered here for chump change. The noted transcendentalist Thoreau wrote Walden as a reflection upon simple living. It is part personal declaration, part social experiment, and part manual for self-reliance.
Nature was a study for the essayist, naturalist, and environmentalist David Thoreau. He communed from his cabin on Walden Pond, owned by Ralph Waldo Emerson, to "live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and... learn what it had to teach."
Walden is landmark book on self-reliance and simple living.
Table of Contents
Where I Lived, and What I Lived For 29
The Bean-Field 53
The Village 57
The Ponds 59
Baker Farm 68
Higher Laws 71
Brute Neighbors 76
Former Inhabitants and Winter Visitors 86
Winter Animals 91
The Pond in Winter 95