Thoreau Notebook, Notebook / blank book Book


Writer, naturalist, and iconoclastic thinker, Henry David Thoreau is treasured by writers, walkers, readers, environmentalists, and tax resisters.

This journal is perfect for meditations on simple living or woodland walks or penning essays on contemporary civil disobedience.

This handsome notebook includes a sage green cloth spine, delicately lined pages, and a green ribbon marker.

Interior pages feature vintage images of Walden Pond, pages from Thoreau's own notebooks, surveys in his own hand, and replicas of dried plant samples from his personal collection.


  • Format: Notebook / blank book
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Popular philosophy
  • ISBN: 9781616897444



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