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Fighting to be free

Thoreau lover denied bid to give out book at Walden

By Kathleen Burge
Globe Staff / July 19, 2004

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CONCORD -- It was an idea that Henry David Thoreau could have loved: Earlier this month, with the 150th anniversary celebration of Thoreau's influential book "Walden," Eric Eldred tried to hand out free copies on the shores of the pond where the author had famously retreated from civilization. (Full Article: 971 Words)

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