Thoreau At Walden : In this graphic masterpiece, John Porcellino uses only the words of Henry David Thoreau to tell the story of the two years he spent on Walden Pond. The pared-down text focuses on Thoreau's most profound ideas, and Porcelino's fresh, simple pictures capture the essence of the philosopher's writings. For readers who know Walden intimately, this graphic treatment will provide a new interpretation of Thoreau's story. For those who have never read the original, Thoreau at Walden presents a contemporary look at his call to slow down in an ever-accelerating world.
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