2009, English, Book edition: WRITINGS OF HENRY DAVID THOREAU. HENRY DAVID THOREAU.

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WRITINGS OF HENRY DAVID THOREAU
 
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Published
  • [S.l.] : BIBLIOBAZAAR, LLC, 2009.
Language
  • English

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Title
  • WRITINGS OF HENRY DAVID THOREAU.
Author
  • HENRY DAVID THOREAU.
Published
  • [S.l.] : BIBLIOBAZAAR, LLC, 2009.
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: ch. I August, 1856 (Ær. 39)
  • Cynoglossum officinale
  • Cassia
  • The Roadside Garden
  • A Red Huckleberry
  • A Sociable Afternoon
  • Desmodiums
  • The Prevailing Goldenrods and Asters
  • The River rising
  • The Pearly Everlasting
  • Decodon
  • A Robber Bee
  • Chimney Swallows' Nests
  • Shipwrecked Grasshoppers
  • August Freshets
  • A Proposed High-Water Record
  • A Fish Hawk and an Eagle
  • A Blue Heron
  • A New England Landscape
  • Aster macrophyllus
  • A Lost Pig
  • Catching the Pig
  • Rattlesnake-Plantain
  • Cardinal-Flowers
  • The Hatching of a Tortoise
  • A Camphor Barometer
  • An Afternoon Expedition
  • Cranberrying
  • Vaccinium Oxycoccus
  • A Successful Afternoon
  • The Hairy Huckleberry
  • Wildness in Concord
  • The Worship of Stones
  • No Room for Passengers
  • Viburnum nudum Berries
  • ch. II September, 1856 (Ær. 39)
  • Beautiful Fungi
  • Asters and Goldenrods
  • Wild Pigeons
  • Discoveries
  • Salix lucida
  • Contents note continued: The Changing of the Leaves
  • The Sin of Bathing
  • To Brattleboro, Vermont
  • Botanizing in Brattleboro
  • The Connecticut River
  • Leather-Wood
  • The Coldwater Path
  • Chesterfield Mountain
  • A Saranac Panther
  • Histories, Old and Modern
  • Fall Mountain
  • With Alcott in Walpole, N.H.
  • List of Plants obtained on this Excursion
  • Gathering Wild Grapes on the Assabet
  • Asters and Mayweed
  • Raising Teasels
  • A Dextrous Barberry-Picker
  • The Pear Crop and the Huckleberry Crop
  • Corydalis in Bloom
  • The Goldenrods and Asters
  • A Fine Afternoon
  • Arum Berries
  • Desmodium and Bidens Seeds
  • Wild Grapes
  • A Canada Lynx
  • General Hull
  • Strong Drink and Mowing
  • ch. III October, 1856 (Ær. 39)
  • Milkweed Seeds
  • A Small Crop of Cranberries
  • Four Little Irish Boys and a Horse
  • Autumnal Tints
  • The Alligator
  • The American Lion
  • Mrs. Swisshelm's Cougar
  • Puffball Architecture
  • Homely Things
  • Contents note continued: Twittering Sparrows
  • The Asters and Goldenrods
  • Chestnuts
  • An Old Concord Shopkeeper
  • Flocks of Sparrows
  • Laurel Glen
  • Harvesting
  • An Offensive Fungus
  • Fallen Leaves
  • Fringed Gentians
  • Chickadees
  • The Theme is Nothing
  • One of Minott's Hunting Stories
  • Myrtle-Birds
  • An Inquisitive Bird
  • Milkweed Pods
  • Wachusett
  • Gossamer
  • Minott's Guns
  • Minott at a Turkey-Shooting
  • Gambling on Concord Common
  • Father's Father
  • Beatton, the Storekeeper
  • To Eagleswood, Perth Amboy
  • The Cougar
  • A New Viburnum
  • The Persimmon
  • Some Other New Jersey Trees
  • ch. IV November, 1856 (Ær. 39)
  • New Jersey and New England
  • The Cat's Winter Coat
  • A Hungry Yankee
  • Perth Amboy Oysters
  • ch. V December, 1856 (Ær. 39)
  • A New England Farmer
  • The Shrub Oak
  • Melvin, the Hunter
  • Improving the First Snow
  • Whitman's "Leaves of Grass"
  • A Strong Appetite
  • Contents note continued: The Concord Countrymen
  • Nature's Winter Colors
  • A Cat, a Mouse, and a Cock
  • An Interview with the Shoemaker
  • Studying Botany
  • A Pair of Nuthatches
  • Simplicity
  • A Walk along the River
  • Otters' Tracks
  • The Otter in Concord
  • Snow-covered Weeds
  • The First Skating
  • The Pickerel-Fishers
  • The Grand Old Poem called Winter
  • The New England November
  • Notes From Bradford's History
  • Oak Leaves in December
  • The Hooting of an Owl
  • A Winter Sunset
  • The Murderous Lincoln Bridge
  • Minott's Wood-Lot
  • Our Brute Companions
  • Peter, the Pig-Butcher
  • Rake-toothed Icicles
  • A Characteristic Winter Evening
  • A Woodcock or Snipe
  • Shrub Oak Leaves
  • A Cold Ride
  • Lecturing at Amherst, N.H.
  • A Country Tavern
  • Cracks in the Ground
  • Walden frozen over
  • An Owl's Hooting
  • The Red of the Andromeda
  • The Oak Leaves in Winter
  • The Cracking of the Ground
  • The Spicy Seeds of the Lycopus
  • The Walden Fishermen
  • Contents note continued: Snakes' Eggs
  • The Diplomacy of Savages
  • ch. VI January, 1857 (Ær. 39)
  • Returning to Nature
  • Happiness in Nature
  • A Walk in the Woods and Fields
  • Skylights
  • Rough and Smooth
  • Dry Leaves on the Snow
  • Minott's Life
  • Casey, the Guinea Negro
  • The Cold Friday
  • Running a Line
  • Lecturing
  • A Negro's Answer
  • Solitary Woodland Walking
  • The Country Club
  • Travelling
  • A Strain of Music
  • The Ice Floor
  • Cocoons
  • A Song Sparrow
  • The Tracks of Mice
  • The Treatment of Travellers
  • A Boy's Cave in the Snow
  • A Flock of Snow Buntings
  • Minott on the Cold Friday
  • Very Cold Weather
  • A Song Sparrow in the Yard
  • ch. VII February, 1857 (Ær. 39)
  • Fitchburg in Midwinter
  • Theodore Parker
  • The Infidelity of Church-Goers
  • A Crazy Hen
  • A Frost-covered Glaze
  • Quails in the Barn-yard
  • Perpetual Music
  • Simplicity of Life
  • A Hardy Old Man
  • A Puffball
  • A Friendship ended
  • Willow Hedges
  • Voyaging
  • Contents note continued: Arabian Bargaining
  • A Frozen Caterpillar
  • Concord History
  • The Ruins of the Lee House
  • The Lee House Chimney
  • How to catch a Pig
  • An Old Inscription
  • Daniel Webster's Farming
  • The Chimney's Composition
  • A Crust of Manners
  • Mildew on the Ground
  • A Gossamer Veil
  • Listening for the Bluebird
  • A Mouse's Nest
  • The Minott House
  • The Bird and the Ear
  • Friendship
  • The Thread of the River
  • Curled Cinders from a Burning House
  • Puffballs
  • Clergymen
  • ch. VIII March, 1857 (Ær. 39)
  • Gusty Weather
  • Rice's Poetic Life
  • A Red Squirrel
  • The Great Lakes
  • Botanical Notes
  • The First Green Blush
  • A Woodchopper's Rustic Beetle
  • The First Dawn of Spring
  • Goodwin's Fuel and Emerson's
  • Nuthatches
  • A Talk with Agassiz
  • Humphrey Buttrick on Guns
  • Croaking Frogs
  • The First Planting
  • A Talk with the Blacksmith
  • The Earliest Voice of the Pools
  • Tortoises
  • The Painted Tortoise
  • Buff-edged Butterflies
  • Contents note continued: Tortoises
  • Plowing
  • Croaking Frogs and Hylodes
  • Cannon-Balls
  • ch. IX April, 1857 (Ær. 39)
  • A Genuine Wayfaring Man
  • At Ricketson's
  • A Croaking Frog
  • Toads
  • The New Bedford Library
  • Bayberry Tallow
  • New Bedford Fishermen
  • Ricketson's Shanty
  • Catching Smelts
  • Civilization and the Fishes
  • To the Mildleborough Ponds
  • A Strange Turtle
  • Carrying Home the Turtle
  • The New Bedford Climate
  • The Walden Pond Society
  • Birds up River
  • The White Birch
  • A Nature-loving Girl
  • A True Merman
  • A Birch-Bark Box
  • Scudding Wind-Clouds
  • A Snake in the River
  • Killing Snakes
  • Out of Doors
  • Showery Weather
  • Ricketson's Fear of Lightning
  • Spicy-scented Ants
  • ch. X May, 1857 (Ær. 39)
  • The Universal Ring of the Toads
  • A Morning for a Cruise
  • A Strange Toad or Frog
  • The Trill of the Toad
  • Some of Minott's Stories
  • Earthworms
  • Corduroy
  • At Gilson's Mill, Littleton
  • Freedom in Thought
  • Contents note continued: The Bay-Wing's Song
  • The Strain of a Sparrow
  • Wood Tortoises
  • Birch Nymphs
  • Yellow Birches
  • The Spicy-scented Ants
  • Pines in Pastures
  • Checkerberries
  • The Assabet Stone Bridge
  • Awe and the Potato-Rot
  • Nervous Invalids
  • May Training
  • An Apple-Grafter
  • A Threatening Cloud
  • A Hummingbird
  • A Thunder-Shower
  • Opportunity and Enterprise
  • Uvularia perfoliata
  • Blue Sky after a Storm
  • Gowing's Swamp
  • A Large Ants' Nest
  • ch. XI June, 1857 (Ær. 39)
  • The Bobolink's Song
  • A Sprouting Willow
  • The Gentleman Traveller
  • The Creak of Crickets
  • Tortoises in Gowing's Swamp
  • Contemporary Plants
  • Seasons and Sentiments
  • An Afternoon with Minot Pratt
  • John Thoreau's Clothes
  • The Indigo-Bird
  • The Boston Natural History Rooms
  • At Watson's in Plymouth
  • To Clark's Island
  • Daniel Webster and the Sea-Serpent
  • General Winslow's Adventure
  • Lobster-Catching
  • A New-born Colt
  • To Manomet
  • Contents note continued: Down the Cape on Foot
  • Taken for a Peddler
  • A Ride on a Blackfish
  • Family Prayers
  • An Indian Village
  • Yarmouth
  • Friends Village
  • A Village Street
  • Harwich
  • A Cranberry-Patch
  • A Noble Lake
  • Brewster
  • Eastham and Wellfleet
  • A Mother-Carey's-Chicken
  • An Old Wreck
  • A Humane House
  • Highland Light
  • Walking on the Beach
  • Oil on the Water
  • The Telegraph Station
  • The Wind at Highland Light
  • Fog on Cape Cod
  • The Bay Side
  • Bones of Blackfish and Whales
  • Mt. Ararat
  • A Night in an Attic
  • A "Master Mariner"
  • By Steamer to Boston
  • A Black Duck's Nest
  • An Owl's Nest
  • Farmer's Collection of Eggs
  • A Wasps' Nest
  • ch. XII July, 1857 (Ær. 39-40)
  • Andromeda Polifolia
  • Minott on Duck-Shooting
  • A Large Pickerel
  • Young Pickerel
  • A Bumblebee's Nest
  • -A Promethea Moth
  • Black Willow Seeds
  • Tephrosia
  • Springs
  • The Price of Friendship
  • A Swarm of Wood Flies
  • Ferns
  • Contents note continued: To Boston on Way to Maine Woods
  • The Freetown Turtle
  • To Portland and Bangor
  • Looking for an Indian Guide
  • A Camping Outfit
  • At Moosehead Lake
  • The Northeast Carry
  • A Partridge with Young
  • The Making of a Canoe
  • New Views
  • Great and Small
  • Dr. Johnson's Willow
  • Sand Cherry
  • ch. XIII August, 1857 (Ær. 40)
  • The Raspberry Air of Maine
  • Old Engravings of Lexington and Concord.
Language
  • English
ISBN
  • 0559936958
  • 9780559936951
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