THE ILLUSTRATED WORLD OF THOREAU by Henry David Thoreau

THE ILLUSTRATED WORLD OF THOREAU

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Thoreau the metaphor turned paradigm by the generation that rock 'n' rolled to his different drummer -- Walden philosophies visually celebrated in 160 photographs (by Ivan Massar) that freely scan the feeble and exuberant, the accepting and the revolutionary, the pastoral and industrial -- illustrations that ""walk silent and seeing."" A worthy successor to Chapnick's successful The Illustrated Leaves of Grass.

Pub Date: Sept. 17th, 1974
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap