Henry David Thoreau
River in Winter
Bucket Collects Maple Tree Sap
Thoreau in His Own Time
Thoreau the Land Surveyor
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Being Henry David
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Walden, or Life in the Woods
few rather warmer days have made a little impression on the river. It
shows a rough, snowy ice in many places, suggesting that there is a
When the river breaks up, it will go down the Concord into the Merrimack, and down the Merrimack into the sea, and there get salted as well as diluted, part being boiled into sugar. It suggests, at any rate, what various liquors, beside those containing salt, find their way to the sea - the sap of how many kinds of trees!
There is, at any rate, such a phenomenon as the willows shining in the spring sun, however it is to be accounted for.
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