The Joys of Walking: Essays by Hilaire Belloc, Charles Dickens, Henry David Thoreau, and Others
The simple act of walking often inspires deep literary reflection. This delightful excursion of 12 essays ranges far and wide, offering Dickens's "Night Walks" and "Tramps," Leslie Stephen's "In Praise of Walking," Beerbohm's "Going Out for a Walk," and Morley's "Sauntering." Additional contributors include Hazlitt, Belloc, Thoreau, Trevelyan, and other distinguished authors.
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I only read Thoreau's essay, but I thought that the 44-page essay was well worth the read. It captivated me with its beautiful imagery and ability to connect to the reader with simple things like ... レビュー全文を読む