Themes Of Henry David Thoreau

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Henry David Thoreau When people really take their time to look at the beautiful world around them and take it in, it is hard not to be amazed. Nature is the world around us such as plants, animals, ocean, and mounting. Centrally, he focuses on the relationship between nature and wildness, civilization, culture and the freedom in nature. Also, he thought deeply about nature and how can affects our self when we are alone. He extremely exaggeration, he trying to hang up and would attract us. The author could show us the beauty of human relationship attraction and the difference can attract people between the beauty of society and the of beauty of nature. Thoreau hopes to inspire and effluence others to follow their own inner guidance in…show more content…
Thoreau's described some of the beautiful places about nature, according to him "Some, however, would derive the word from sans Terre without land or a home, which, therefore, in the good sense, will mean, having no particular home, but equally at home everywhere." Thoreau see nature as his home. The author needs from us to feel as he feels" walking through the holy land". This emotion might not necessary to attract any person to feel as the author feels. He needs from us to realize the beauty of the world around us, also be able to see and feel the life of nature. Also, he would like to think about nature is the holy land because of the feeling that we got when we walk into the force. Extremally could help us to feel and understand the reality of the life in nature. Why the author feels the nature as home. Because might not feel as the authors feels, it dependences on the person feeling. Thus, some of the people do not pay attention and could not district the life in this image or in the same situation, that he related and not everyone can be able to express as him. According to Thoreau, needs to interact with nature in a certain way with nature. Also, he trying to interacts us and be honors of walking in nature. As well as, he would try to emphasize the importance of lived experience in nature. Furthermore, the person who contracts with nature would be more sympathy and intelligence
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