Henry David Thoreau at Age 43
Dor Beetle on Dung
Thumbing Through Thoreau
A Book of Quotations by Henry David Thoreau
A Mind with Wings
The Story of Henry David Thoreau
Henry David's House
by Henry David Thoreau
Collected Poems of Henry Thoreau
The Journal of Henry David Thoreau 1837-1861
Thoreau's Rediscovered Last Manuscript
The Maine Woods
A Fully Annotated Edition
Walden, or Life in the Woods
Reading by Brett Barry.
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cold wind from the northwest. How much are our summers retarded by the
snow on the mountains? Annursnack looks green three miles off. This is
an important epoch, when the distant bare hills begin to show green or
verdurous to the eye. The earth wears a new aspect. Not tawny or russet
now, but green, are such hills.
Some of the notes, the trills, of the lark sitting amid the tussocks and stubble are like my seringo-bird. May these birds that live, so low in the grass be called the cricket birds? and does their song resemble the cricket's, an earth-song?
Was that a flying squirrel which the Emerson children found in his nest on the 1st of May?
Heard some kind of dor-bug approaching with a hum, as I sat in a meadow this afternoon, and it struck the ground near me with as much noise as a bullet, as if some one had fired at me with an air-gun.
May 3, 1852
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