e death of an author; and such is the fame of Thoreau.
Before his death he had published but two bcriticism, have brought the eccentricities of Thoreau into undue prominence, and have placed too lis is far removed from that ordinarily made by Thoreau himself.
While tinged here and there, like m wanton misrepresentation.
Lowell applies to Thoreau the word indolent: but you might as well spea and believed only in the wilderness; whereas Thoreau defined his own position on this point with es these, it will by and by be discovered that Thoreau's whole attitude has been needlessly distorte injustice to Lowell, who closes his paper on Thoreau with a generous tribute that does much to re sight of a cathedral.
The impression that Thoreau was but a minor Emerson will in time pass awa their time, and had its family likeness; but Thoreau had the lumen siccum, or dry light, beyond eiollowing passage is now first published, from Thoreau's manuscript diary, the date being Oct. 28, 1[14 more...]