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How to use Walden in a sentence
That being said, swimming in Walden, across Walden, will remain a simple, joyful freedom in a modern life that tends toward restriction and convention.
When Thoreau wrote the essay “Civil Disobedience” while living at Walden, he was protesting gross injustice—slavery and imperialism.
Walden said the TRiiBE had to fight for access to cover state and local coronavirus briefings or have their questions on police violence or economic development answered by city officials.
Still, some of Lightfoot’s letter rang true, and it prompted Walden to accept.
She attempted to get access for additional reporters to observe the interview, but Walden said Lightfoot’s office declined anyone other than her, interviewer Bella Bahhs and a photographer.
His attempts at thoughtfulness fall flat, especially when he attempts On Walden Pond-esque introspection and self-assessment.
Walden asked how many of those seated around the table were precinct captains.
An NRCC spokeswoman disputed that Walden mentioned the Tea Party at the event.
The funeral was held at Langley, presumably because Walden was CIA; both Carrie and Brody were invited to attend.‘Homeland’: The 7 Plot Points You Need to Remember for the Season 3 Premiere|Andrew Romano|September 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
From Sarah Palin to Paul Ryan and now Greg Walden, why do Republicans keep attacking Obama for trying to save money?
From Walden's work it appears that the dielectric constant finally determines the quantitative ionizing effect of a solvent.
We shall pass through Walden, the metropolis and supply station of the Park.Bill's School and Mine|William Suddards Franklin
Thus pithily wrote Henry Thoreau, the quaint philosopher, in his little shack by the beautiful Walden pool.The Fourth Watch|H. A. Cody
Johnny-cake was royal fare in Walden woods when a king prepared the banquet and presided at the board.A New Atmosphere|Gail Hamilton
I am no more lonely than the loon in the pond that laughs so loud, or than Walden pond itself.
Cultural definitions for Walden
(1854) A book by Henry David Thoreau describing his two years of life alone at Walden Pond in Massachusetts. He recounts his daily life in the woods and celebrates nature and the individual's ability to live independently of society. A famous line from the book is Thoreau's statement that “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.”