Walden is a book that some people are first introduced to when they are forced to read it in school. I didn’t read it until long after I’d finished school. The book came to me as a prize in a contest that was held during a meeting at work. It took me years before I got around to actually reading the book.
To me, Walden was a difficult read. I say this as a person who has dyslexia, and who also has a B.S. degree in Education. Take from that whatever you will. I recommend that people pick up the Barnes & Noble version of Walden because it has a lot of “extras” in it that helped me to understand the background history of Thoreau and some of the references he mentioned.
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