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Thoreau Society Bulletin 312 | Winter 2021


The Architecture of Self-Isolation: Building Henry David Thoreau’s Walden Pond House in the Maine Woods by Tom Sieniewicz
The Pedagogy of Thoreau’s Essay “Walking” by Lynn Holtzman
Donna Marie Przybojewski’s Books about Thoreau for Children: A Review by Dianne McConville Weiss and
Victor Curran

All That Heaven Allows (1955): Sirk’s Thoreauvian Parable of American Home-Making by Keegan O’Connor
Additions to the Thoreau Bibliography by Henrik Otterberg
President’s Column by Rochelle L. Johnson
Notes from Concord
2021 Thoreau Society Fellowships
Notes & Queries


All good things are wild and free.”


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