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Seeing New Worlds Henry David Thoreau and Nineteenth-Century Natural Science

By: Laura Dassow Walls and HD Thoreau
300 pages, 2 figs
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  • Seeing New Worlds ISBN: 9780299147440 Paperback Oct 1995 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Thoreau was a poet, naturalist, and major American writer, but was he a serious and committed scientist as well? This book considers the evidence, from Walden to the Journal to the late natural history essays.

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By: Laura Dassow Walls and HD Thoreau
300 pages, 2 figs
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