Life In Henry Thoreau's Walden

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In ”Walden” (1854), Henry Thoreau suggests that he “did not work hard, I did not have to eat hard, and it cost me but a trifle for my food”. Thoreau lived in the woods with few because he would like to effectuate his belief due to his observation of John since “he had to work hard” and “purposely talked to him” to aid him. Since Thoreau “tried to help him with my experience” to John, he must’ve felt horrible since John had people depending on him and there was struggle. As a conclusion, Thoreau has spread his belief through his book “Walden” because he believes that his lifestyle is a better and simpler way of life and he would like people to effectuate it. The target for his belief are people who are having a hard time considering money or
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