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Thoreau's Walden, Present at the Creation

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Thoreau's <i>Walden</i>, <i>Present at the Creation</i>

Thoreau's Walden, Present at the Creation

Thoreau's Walden, Present at the Creation

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In a bare-bones cabin on Walden Pond, Henry David Thoreau wrote a bible for people who want to live in harmony with nature. On Morning Edition, Jill Kaufman explores the origins of Thoreau's Walden as part of NPR's Present at the Creation series on American icons.

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