Henry David Thoreau
From the Journal of Henry David Thoreau
Thoreau and the Art of Life
Reflections on Nature and the Mystery of Existence
Walden Then & Now
An Alphabetical Tour of Henry Thoreau's Pond
The Portable Thoreau
Walden and Civil Disobedience
Walden, or Life in the Woods
Reading by Brett Barry.
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the head and neck of a great bittern projecting above
the meadowgrass, exactly like the point of a stump, only I knew
there could be no stump there.
There are green lice now on the birches, but I notice no cotton on them.
Pennyroyal abundant in bloom. I find it springing from the soil lodged on large rocks in sprout-lands, and gather a little bundle, which scents my pocket for many days.
August 13, 1852
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