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Arrived in perfect condition. Font is on the smaller/medium scale and there isn't much spacing.
Not a big deal, but if you have poor eyes you might want to look for something... Read more
As a Thoreau fan I have owned quite a number of copies of his works over the years. This particular edition is a great one because of the extensive, informative notes nicely laid... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sturdy Shoes
If you love nature and life's journey of self discovery this book is a timeless blast of fresh air in simplicity. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Zen Raven
This book is very hard to read. I forced myself to read it to the end.
His ideas were probably revolutionary in his day and they do have some relevance even today. Read more
Book arrived very quickly (about a week) and is in perfect condition. Absolutely no bent pages, knicks in the coverpage, etc. Price was good too.Published on Feb. 11 2011 by Sean
Walden is of course the call to arms for the ecological movement, and has been for quite some time. The book, flawed and bloated as it is, with far too much space devoted to... Read morePublished on Jan. 29 2010 by Jason A. Martin
What on earth is the big deal about this man? I was enthralled when I first read the book and then, WHAM, utterly disappointed (and disgusted) when I learned the true facts. Read morePublished on Feb. 12 2009 by Avid Reader
Once you start reading it, you won't be able to set it down. I even got yelled at by my boss for reading the book on company time. Read morePublished on Oct. 30 2007 by Maree J. Drew
Thoreau was a reflective man. He asked pertinent questions, but just didn't go far enough in his search. As a pagan, he was unaware of the realities of Jesus Christ. Read morePublished on July 7 2004 by Dr. W. G. Covington, Jr.