Walking with Thoreau: A Literary Guide to the Mountains of New England
A Literary Guide to the Mountains of New England
Commentary by William Howarth
Walking with Thoreau features Henry David Thoreau's writings on nine New England mountains. William Howarth's illuminating commentary, printed alongside Thoreau's text, allows the presentday hiker to retrace Thoreau's footsteps up some of New England's most popular mountain destinations.
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