I'm curious to know if there are any works of novels, poetry, and non-fiction that parallel with the work of Walden? From an individualist, naturalist, and stream of consciousness point of view. Particularly works similar to Thoreau's eloquent writing style. [more inside]
Walden.org offers his complete journal as PDFs, which I'm reading, but the scans are terrible and it is hard to slog through them. I have googled and amazoned looking for better versions without luck. I can find excellent quality examples of selected items, but I'm looking for the entire thing, all 14 volumes for my ereader.
"The poet writes the history of his own body". Did Thoreau use this sentence, and if he did, where exactly? [more inside]
I want to legally live on someone's property in an RV and pay them rent. [more inside]
Has anyone read Thoreau's "Walden"? Does he mention whether, and how he cuts his own hair?