Thoreau, Henry David
Thoreau, Henry David: Anti-slavery and reform papers.
- London : S. Sonnenschein & Co., 1890. - 164 s.
Introductory note. Civil disobedience. A plea for Captain John Brown. The last days of John Brown. Paradise (to be) regained.Life without principle.
Thoreau, Henry David: Walden : Livet i skovene.
- København : Rhodos, 1972. - 342 s.
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Thoreau, Henry David: A Yankee in Canada : with Anti-slavery and reform papers.
- Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1866. - 298 s.
First edition, edited by Sophia E. Thoreau and William Ellery Channing.
The first three chapters of A Yankee in Canada appeared in Putnam's magazine in 1853 under the title "Excursion to Canada."
"Prayers" was attributed to Thoreau by mistake, only a prayer in verse included being his (on p. 120, with first line "Great God, I ask thee for no meaner pelf"). The essay itself, first published in the Dial, is by Emerson, and is now published in his Natural history of the intellect