By Henry David Thoreau,Edward Hoagland
Over a interval of 3 years, Thoreau made 3 journeys to the mostly unexplored woods of Maine. He climbed mountains, paddled a canoe via moonlight, and dined on cedar beer, hemlock tea and moose lips. Taking notes regularly, Thoreau used to be simply as prone to flip his observant eye to the behavior and languages of the Abnaki Indians or the onerous lifetime of the logger as he was once to the workings of nature. He acutely saw the rivers, lakes, mountains, wolves, moose, and stars at midnight sky. He additionally instructed of nights sitting by way of the campfire, and of assembly males who communicated with one another through writing at the trunks of timber. In The Maine Woods, Thoreau captured a wilder part of the US and published his personal adventurous spirit.
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