On Thoreau and His Reading

  Robert D. Richardson Jr.'s, Thoreau: A Life of the Mind  (1987), is an thoroughly researched and amazingly rich biography of the man who, for many, is mainly known as living a semi-solitary two years on property owned by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Walden pond, and offering up, as a product of this living experiment, the… Continue reading On Thoreau and His Reading