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T. S. McMillin, 'Extra Vagant' Education: Teaching Walden in the Context of Transcendentalism, in In Schneider, 1996, pp. 48-55.
L. Neufeldt, 'Extravagance' Through Economy: Thoreau's Walden, in ATQ, vol. 2, 1971, pp. 63-69.
J. J. Moldenhauer, The Extra-vagant Maneuver: Paradox in Walden, in The Graduate Journal, vol. 6, 1964, pp. 132-46.
I. C. Goldman, Moran, C., and Penfield, E., Feminism, Deconstruction, and the Universal: A Case Study of Walden, in Conversations, Urbana: NCTE, 1990, pp. 120-31.
W. Harding, Five Ways of Looking at Walden, in Massachusetts Review, vol. 4, 1962, pp. 149-62.
S. D. Rose, Following the Trail of Footsteps: From the Indian Notebooks to Walden, in New England Quarterly, vol. 67:1, 1994, pp. 77-99.
D. M. Greene, The Frail Duration: A Key to Symbolic Structure in Walden, in an Diego State Humanities Monograph, I, No. 2, 1966.
N. Z. Baym, From Metaphysics to Metaphor: the Image of Water in Emerson and Thoreau, in Studies in Romanticism, vol. 5, 1966, pp. 231-43.
R. Hodges, The Functional Satire of Thoreau's Hermit and Poet, in Satire Newsletter, vol. 8, 1971, pp. 105-09.
J. Bird, Gauging the Value of Nature: Thoreau and His Woodchucks, in The Concord Saunterer, vol. 2:1, 1994, pp. 139-47.
L. N. Neufeldt and Smith, M. A., Going to Walden Woods: Walden, Walden, and American Pastoralism, in Arizona Quarterly, vol. 55:2, 1999, pp. 57-86.
R. A. Gross, The Great Bean Field Hoax: Thoreau and the Agricultural Reformers, in Virginia Quarterly Review, vol. 61, 1985, pp. 483-97.
K. S. Lynn, Henry David Thoreau, in Major Writers of America. NY: Harcourt, Brace, and World, NY: Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1962, pp. 593-605.
P. Gura, Henry Thoreau and the Wisdom of Words, In Myerson, 1988, pp. 203-15.
B. Johnson, A Hound, a Bay Horse, and a Turtle-Dove: Obscurity in Walden, in A World of Difference. Ed. William Rossi, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1987, pp. 49-5.
W. Harding and Beebe, M., Hound, Bay Horse, and Turtledove, in Literary Symbolism, San Francisco: Wadsworth, 1960, pp. 59-62.
P. McCarthy, Houses in Walden: Thoreau as 'Real-Estate Broker,' Social Critic, Idealist, in Midwest Quarterly, vol. 28:3, 1987, pp. 323-339.
J. C. Broderick, Imagery in Walden, vol. 33, University of Texas Studies in English, 1954, pp. 80-89.
J. J. Moldenhauer, Images of Circularity in Thoreau's Prose, Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 1959, pp. 245-63.
N. Foerster, The Intellectual Heritage of Thoreau, in The Texas Review, vol. 2, 1916, pp. 34-49, 192-212.
L. Ziff, Introduction, Walden. NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1961, p. iv-xvi.
W. Thorp, Introduction, in Walden, Columbus, OH: Charles Merrill, 1969, p. v-xix.
A. Meredith, Lost Hound, Horse, and Turtle Dove? Not Really, in Thoreau Society Bulletin, vol. 216, 1996, pp. 4-5.
R. Lebeaux, The Many Paths to and from Walden, in In Schneider, 1996, pp. 63-69.
W. H. Bonner, Mariners and Terreners: Some Aspects of Nautical Imagery in Thoreau, in American Literature, vol. 34, 1963, pp. 507-19.