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Walden

Wild Fruits - Thoreau's Rediscovered Last Manuscript

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 1. Economy
 2. Where I Lived, and What I Lived For
 3. Reading
 4. Sounds
 5. Solitude
 6. Visitors
 7. The Bean-Field
 8. The Village
 9. The Ponds
10. Baker Farm
11. Higher Laws
12. Brute Neighbors
13. House-Warming
14. Former Inhabitants & Winter Visitors
15. Winter Animals
16. The Pond in Winter
17. Spring
18. Conclusion

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