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  • Comment on Conclusion 1-9 by Nathalya Ramirez
    Posted in: English 4 at UC Riverside This paragraph shows how even though he was certain that the woods was were he wanted to be . He took the decision later on that he wanted to live in another world .
  • Comment on Spring 1-13 by Nathalya Ramirez
    Posted in: English 4 at UC Riverside The first sentence of this paragraph shows how Thoreau took the decision of living in the woods to experience spring . He didn't do it because he was forced.
  • Comment on Conclusion 1-9 by Rukun Zhang
    Posted in: English 4 at UC Riverside Thoreau lists a lot of example as date, such as countries, animals, and Columbus and new Continents to illustrate individuals should be creative, patriotism, and self-respect. Love the land does not mean people should get restricted. Instead, we should explore more.
  • Comment on Spring 1-13 by Rukun Zhang
    Posted in: English 4 at UC Riverside Thoreau illustrates there are certain many ways of representing the spring is coming by using large amount of examples such as clay, sand, vegetables and animals etc. This reflects Thoreau's high expectation of spring and fascination.
  • Comment on Spring 1-13 by Rukun Zhang
    Posted in: English 4 at UC Riverside In this paragraph, author uses figurative language such as personification and metaphor to illustrate seasonal change that is happening in Walden. It is also fascinating that Thoreau use compare and contract to argue the similarity between the seasonal change and the time change in one day. In order […]

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