Thoreau of Walden Pond - Chapter 10, The Walden Calendar Summary & Analysis

Sterling North
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Chapter 10, The Walden Calendar Summary and Analysis

The final chapter of this book is a collection of famous quotes by Thoreau. Mr. North feels that the best way to understand Henry is to read excerpts from "Walden, Or Life in the Woods" presented in order that they were written: spring, summer, fall and winter.

The first quote is about how Thoreau has lost a horse, a dog and a bird. He asks people to look out for these pets and a few people are always on the lookout for these animals as if they had lost them themselves.

The next quote is about the day Thoreau goes down to the wood by the pond and begins his cabin. He talks about the early birds and ice which is just thawing out. He says "the winter of man's discontent was thawing," a twist...

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