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Wild Apples Henry David Thoreau Was An American Author, Poet, Naturalist, Tax Resister, Surveyor, Historian, Philosopher, And Leading Transcendentalist He Is Best Known For His Book Walden He Was Deeply Interested In The Idea Of Survival In The Face Of Hostile Elements, Historical Change, And Natural Decay He Was A Strong Abolitionist And His Belief In A Philosophy Of Civil Disobedience Influenced The Political Thoughts And Actions Of Such Later Figures As Leo Tolstoy, Mahatma Gandhi, And Martin Luther King, Jr First Published In The Atlantic Monthly In , Thoreau S Essay Begins With A History Of The Apple Tree, And Ends With A Meditation On Parallels Between The Wild Apple And Humanity

About the Author: Henry David Thoreau

Emerson, Thoreau lived the life of simplicity he advocated in his writings His two year experience in a hut in Walden, on land owned by

10 thoughts on “Wild Apples

  1. says:

    I am preparing myself to read Walden So before that I chose this short writing piece of Henry David Thoreau to know about his writing This short book speaks about applesHistory of Apple tree, how wild apples grow, the fruit and it s flavor, their beauty, naming them. etc.After the first paragraph of this book, I thought for a moment that this would be an uninteresting fact sheet about apples I was proved wrong soon as it was not a boring sort of w

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    M tercim ve veya edit r nedeniyle maalesef okumas zor bir metin km Baz c mleler anlam de i tirecek ekilde evrilmi rne in This must have been near its northern limit ifadesi Bu olay kuzey s n r n n yak nlar nda ger ekle mi olmal yd s.27 olarak evrilmi Ama buradaki limit ifadesi ABD ni kuzey s n r n de il, yaban elmas n n crab yeti ti i en kuzeydeki topraklar ifade ediyor san r m Yine They are also an excellent covert from hawks for many small birds that r

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    Feeling strongly enough about something like apples to write an entire essay about them boggles my mind This was delightful, though Some Favorite Quotes There is thus about all natural products a certain volatile and ethereal quality which represents their highest value, and which cannot be vulgarized, or bought and sold.Nay, they spring up wild and bear well there in the midst of pines, birches, maples, and oaks I am often surprised to see rising amid these tr

  4. says:

    This very short work by Thoreau is sheer poetry to read He explores the role of wild apples within history and culture, often citing the classics It s highly readable so than many 19th century works and a pure sensory delight Honestly, it made me hungry for apples The out door air and exercise which the walker gets give a different tone to his palate, and he craves a fruit which the sedentary would call harsh and crabbed They must be eaten in the fields, when your sy

  5. says:

    Decid que era buen momento para leerlo ahora que tengo manzanos en casa Como todo texto de Thoreau, resulta agradable y edificante Adem s de unos cuantos datos curiosos sobre el rbol y su fruto, en este peque o ensayo encontramos la esencia del pensamiento del escritor norteamericano.

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    Thanks to my West Texas High School American Literature teacher, I ve been a fan of Henry David Thoreau for 40 years Wild Apples is one book that I have not had a chance to read until this point in life It is quite different and gives the reader an insight into the history and variations of the apple This book reflects of Thoreau s insights into one of nature s products Like the apple, this book is an acquired taste.

  7. says:

    Wild Apples It gave me warm thoughts of Autumn, desire to explore the woodland of New England and have Vermont apple cider from the Tunbridge Fair freshly pressed touch my lips.

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    This Kindle edition handles footnotes in an odd way, no doubt due to the digitization of the work It s readable and acceptable once one realizes what is happening.Now, about the apples Strange to say, this short ish work IS, in fact, all about apples and apple trees It comes to mind after only a few pages that it s enough already about apples cultivated, wild, or crab Is there really that much to say Thoreau s answer Yes, and then some I find that in reality the work is about the man not the fru

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    Uno de los mayores m ritos de este peque o ensayo sobre y a favor de las manzanas es no haber nombrado a John Chapman en el abanico de referencias que pululan por sus p ginas Y eso que los dos eran de Massachussets A pesar de lo anterior, una escritura pasional, sincera ha conseguido que lea sobre un tema del que jam s creer a que leer a m s de un p rrafo Y ahora, el muy canalla de Henry David ha conseguido que quiera beberme un vaso de sidra.

  10. says:

    Thoreau is not going to fascinate or please everyone, but this is an elegant and thoughtful reflection on a fruit, the apple, that is much deeper than the title may imply It also shows that Thoreau on some level understood the natural order as transcendent.

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