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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.
J. Johnston, The Meaning of the Metaphor in Thoreau's Walden, in TSB, vol. 116, 1971, pp. 3-4.
L. C. Johnson, Revolution and Renewal: The Genres of Walden, in In Myerson, 1988, pp. 215-35.
J. T. Jenkins, Thoreau, Mythology, Simplicity and Self-culture, in Thoreau Journal Quarterly, vol. 4, 1972, pp. 1-15.
K. G. Johnston, Thoreau's Star-Spangled Losses: The Hound, Bay Horse, and Turtle Dove, in Thoreau Journal Quarterly, vol. 3, 1971, pp. 10-20.
L. C. Johnson, Walden and the Construction of the American Renaissance, in In Schneider, 1996, pp. 28-38.
R. Johnson, Walden, Rural Hours, and the Dilemma of Representation, in In Schneider, 2000, pp. 179-94.
R. Johnson, Walden, Rural Hours, and the Dilemma of Representation, in In Schneider, 2000, pp. 179-94.
M. Warner and J., H., Walden's Erotic Economy, in In Spillers, New York: Routledge, 1991, pp. 157-74.