• Thoreau outlines his purpose and project.
• He describes the benefits of simplifying one's life.
• He discusses the necessities of life.
• He records exactly how much money he spent setting up his new life.
• Thoreau describes his cabin's location.
• He explains the philosophy of 'deliberate living.'
• He discusses the disadvantages of a materialistic existence.
• Thoreau discusses the benefits of reading classical literature.
• He advocates reading the classics in their original language.
• He despairs of the lack of culture and intellect in Concord.
• He hopes that one day Concord will have a university, or support the arts.
• Thoreau discusses the sounds he hears in his relatively isolated location.
• He list the man-made sounds that he cannot escape, such as the railway, church bells, and bells and whistles.
• He states his dissatisfaction with the railroad's destruction of nature.
• He discusses the animal noises that constantly surround...
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