TITLE

Notes & Queries

AUTHOR(S)
Wilson, Leslie Perrin
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
Thoreau Society Bulletin;Winter2010, Issue 269, p13
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The author expresses gratitude to the contributors to the winter 2010 issue of "Thoreau Society Bulletin" and discusses issues related to writer Henry David Thoreau. Among those contributors are John Hessler, Jack Doyle and Amy E. Earhart. She announces that John Kitterman is seeking for information about people who have imitated Thoreau's experience by building a replica of his cabin at Walden Pond. The final phase of the "Thoreau Books Project" has been completed by the Concord Free Public Library.
ACCESSION #
48290055

 

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