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Escape to the country in Walden.

openbook - Escape to the country in Walden. [A FREE Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: All day
What would life be like if people left the city behind, and spent all their time surrounded by nature? In the 1840s, American writer and philosopher Henry David Theroux was determined to find out, and spent two years, two months and two days in the wilderness just outside Concord, living in a cabin which he constructed himself. The result was his memoir, Walden. Read it for free online and see what he thought.
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