Posts Tagged ‘Thoreau’

Two final huts (except they are cabins) 9 April 2011 No Comments

In 1852 the rustic cabin achieves immortality as a place to escape from one’s everyday life when Henry David Thoreau publishes an account of his self-imposed, semi-seclusion on the shore of Walden Pond from 1845 to 1847. There he lived, mostly self-sufficient, having removed himself from “civilized life” to a house he built for himself for […]