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Read Henry David Thoreau's most influential works in one stunning volume! With reflections on politics, simplicity, and independent living, Thoreau's writings ask readers to question the status quo and live in accordance with their principles.
• Rediscover these beloved classics in this elegant yet affordable Masterpiece Library Edition, honoring the Peter Pauper Press founders' tradition of publishing beautiful books.
• Deluxe hardcover keepsake volume is bound with care and elegance.
• The cover is embossed and enhanced with iridescent highlighting.
• The spine is stamped with gold foil.
• Reinforced cloth quarter-binding provides extra strength and durability.
• Premium acid-free archival-quality paper resists damage from air and light, for greater longevity.
• The pages are cream-colored, with a font, type size, and line spacing carefully chosen to provide a comfortable and luxurious reading experience, even in low light.
• Keepsake volume comes with a matching satin ribbon bookmark with which to keep your place.
• A must-have for every home library.
• 320 pages.
Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) was a philosopher and naturalist from Concord, Massachusetts. A leading voice in transcendentalist philosophy, Thoreau wrote and spoke on themes of intellectual independence, spiritual growth, and connection to nature.