A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers by Henry David Thoreau

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Principal Works

(Nineteenth-Century Literary Criticism)

*“Ktaadn, and the Maine Woods” (essay) 1848; published in journal Union Magazine

†“Resistance to Civil Government” [also published as “Civil Disobedience”] (essay) 1849

A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers (essays) 1849

“Slavery in Massachusetts” (essay) 1854; published in newspaper The Liberator

Walden; or, Life in the Woods (essays) 1854

“A Plea for Captain John Brown” (essay) 1860; published in journal Echoes of Harper's Ferry

“Walking” (essay) 1862; published in journal The Atlantic Monthly

Excursions (essays) 1863

“Life without Principle” (essay) 1863; published in journal The Atlantic Monthly

The Maine Woods (essays) 1864

Cape Cod (essays) 1865

A Yankee in Canada, with Anti‐Slavery and Reform Papers (essays) 1866

Early Spring in Massachusetts (essay) 1881

Summer (essay) 1884

Winter (essay) 1888

Autumn (essay) 1892

The Writings of Henry David Thoreau (essays, journal, letters, and poetry) 1906

Journal. 14 vols. (journal) 1949

Consciousness in Concord: The Text of Thoreau's “Lost Journal” (1840‐1841) (journal) 1958

The Correspondence of Henry David Thoreau (letters) 1958

Collected Poems (poetry) 1964

*Originally a lecture, “Ktaadn” was later included in The Maine Woods.

†“Resistance to Civil Government” was reprinted in The Writings of Henry David Thoreau under the title, “Civil Disobedience.”