A must-listen for all Thoreau aficionados, Walden explores the simpler and slower pace of life. A deep exploration into Henry David Thoreau's philosophical and spiritual understandings, Walden captivates with its intrapersonal reflection.
Thoreau documents his escape from reality to a simple cabin on Walden Pond in rural Massachusetts. "Could he survive, possibly even thrive...living a plain, simple life," Thoreau ponders, and he finds his answer in his semi-anti-social experiment at Walden Pond. A true thought-rebellion of his time, Thoreau presents an argument for striping away the excess and living with the bare necessities.
This great text by Thoreau is absolutely beautiful and something to read when you are in those dip of life. It will pick you up and transport you as if you, as I have done, were standing on the edge of Walden Pond
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I’ve read Walden before and it is one of my favorite books. To me, Thoreau is one of the great American authors. Narration was enjoyable and kept my attention!!