June 15, 2016 | post a comment | Betsy Woodman
Henry David Thoreau has been getting some bad press in the last few months. In a New Yorker article entitled “Pond Scum,” Kathryn Schultz blasts the hermit of Walden Pond for his hypocrisy, arrogance, and self-obsession.
Even so, we’ll be quoting him for some time to come. A few months ago, I found him peering over my shoulder while I was refrigerator shopping, and tried to tell him off. He’s easy to make fun of, but somehow he got the last word.
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