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Re: Henry David Thoreau Wisdom

Posted by sigismund on November 5, 2013, at 21:05:15

In reply to Re: Henry David Thoreau Wisdom, posted by baseball55 on November 5, 2013, at 18:58:31

There's Thoreau, Emerson and Whitman and I get them mixed up. Thoreau (I think) features in (I think) Howard Zinns "A People's History of the USA", about abolition, but I am not sure now.

People seem to be dying all the time these days, and I read Keats's last words. He is dying in Rome, living with his friend the painter Joseph Severn.
"Severn - Severn - Lift me up for I am dying - I shall die easy - don't be frightened - thank God it has come."
26 years old.

I sometimes feel where I live that people feel they will not exist unless they argue themselves into significance.




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