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Featuring essays by way of a uncommon array of members, the significant other is a useful source for ancient and contextual fabric, even if on early writings corresponding to "A Week at the harmony and Merrimack Rivers," at the enormous Walden, or on Thoreau's various journals and later books. It additionally serves in many ways as a biographical advisor, delivering new insights into his turbulent publishing occupation, and his short yet terribly unique existence.

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