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Thoreau scholar Cramer (curator of collections, Thoreau Inst. at Walden Woods) opens this exceptional collection of the author's most widely read essays with his informative introduction that frames the writing and the personality of the writer. While Thoreau's work was published mostly in the periodicals, newspapers, and literary journals of his day, it was frequently presented as lectures in venues near and around Concord, MA; for instance, "Life Without Principle" appeared as a spoken text (in varying titles) more often than in print. Cramer's anecdotes from the introduction enhance the allure of the essays, and his accompanying annotations add a layer of clarity to Thoreau's sometimes arcane references. VERDICT Both Thoreau aficionados and the casual reader will benefit from reading this superb and comprehensive work. Highly recommended for all types of libraries or for personal collections.—Sharon Britton, Bowling Green State Univ. Lib., OH

Annotated edition essay instructor real

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