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What aspect of transcendentalism is seen in Henry David Thoreau’s statement, ”If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer”?
Individualism → Beginning from this premise, Thoreau advocated a thoroughgoing individuality—urging readers to avoid unthinking conformity to social norms and peacefully to resist unjust laws.
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Which of the following destroyed Henry David Thoreau’s commune with nature?
Why does Henry David Thoreau write his book “Walden”? A. To show ideas of transcendentalism are put into action B. To critique slavery C. Tell his entire life story D. None of the above
Henry David Thoreau held the view that people were being stifled by modern society, and trapped in boring, dead-end jobs by their obsessive desire to earn money.
Henry David Thoreau “Walden, or Life in the Woods” -About the Author
-Born in Concord in 1817 -Studied at Harvard -worked as a schoolmaster, but quit when he was forced to inflict corporal punishment on his students -worked as a handyman in Emerson’s home -spent 2 years alone on Emerson’s property at Walden Pond in a cabin he built himself
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Henry David Thoreau, On Civil Disobedience. 1849
Thoreau’s essay which established himself as an early advocate of nonviolent protest. The essay presented his argument for not obeying unjust laws. Thoreau’s own act of civil disobedience was to refuse to pay a tax that might be used in an ”immoral” war – the U.S. war with Mexico. For breaking this law, Thoreau was forced to spend one night in the Concord jail
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Henry David Thoreau, Walden
• Thoreau lives in the woods because he thinks people live lives of quiet desperation • He wants people to find themselves in their own ways (his purpose of going into the woods wasn’t for others to follow him) • He appreciates art • Related Quiz Questions o Thoreau makes an extensive list of everything he brings with him. What is missing? A pen/pencil/writing utensil
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