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Thoreau: Associates

Associates, Friends, Influences and Other People

  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson: an essay on the relationship of Emerson and Thoreau
  • William Bartram: an earlier writer whose journals on naturalism helped inspire Thoreau
  • Ellery Channing:  son of William Ellery Channing and a close friend of Thoreau.
  • Henry David Thoreau's Family: Grandparents, parents, and his three siblings, Helen Thoreau, John Thoreau, jr., and Sophia Thoreau.  Also his aunts and uncles: Charles Dunbar, Aunts Sarah, Betsey, Maria and Jane Thoreau, and Aunt Louisa Dunbar.  Aunt Maria is reputed to have paid his poll tax so that he would be released from jail.
  • Miss Ellen Seawall: she rejected Henry's proposal of marriage.
  • Mrs. Lucy Brown: was she Thoreau's "crush" after Ellen Seawell rejected him?
  • Mary Russell: Thoreau said to Emerson that talking to Mary Russell was "like talking to the clouds."
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne: a few paragraphs on the relationship of Hawthorne to Thoreau.  (More on Hawthorne.)
 

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