Walden was written by Thoreau who was an avid transcendentalist, one can understand the ideas behind the movement through the work of Walden.
An allusion to classical mythology and a joke within a parenthetical aside true
He stayed at Walden foe two years, two months, and two days. He stayed from July 4, 1845 until September 6, 1847. He stayed at Walden for two years, two months, and two day…s. He stayed from July 4, 1845 until September 6, 1847.
Thoreau learned all that there was to learn from living his lifestyle of simplicity in nature. although he thoroughly enjoyed his time there, he had reaped all of the benefits…, and so he left, stating that he has "other lives to live".
Because he wanted to live a simple life
All of the above
Thoreau think that wealth can't buy health. But health can buy wealth!
In 1854, Henry David Thoreau published the book Walden, or Life in the Woods. This memoir recounted the two years, two months, and two days he had spent at Walden Pond. The b…ook compresses that time into a single calendar year, using the passage of four seasons to symbolize human development. In 1854, the book was not popular, however, today it is regarded a classic American work.
Thoreau chooses to live at Walden as a sort of social experiment; the stresses of daily life are too great for him and he needs to go back and live a 'simple life.' Walden pro…vides an escape from the all-too-fast developing American industry.
silence, peace, beauty
Patterns in nature<
Patterns in Nature
Learn about what is most essential in life
Walden is an American book written by Henry David Thoreau about his experiences in a cabin he built near Walden Pond. It took him 8 drafts and over 10 years to write, and was …published in 1854.