After Walden: Thoreau's Changing Views on Economic Man

After Walden: Thoreau's Changing Views on Economic Man

After Walden: Thoreau's Changing Views on Economic Man

After Walden: Thoreau's Changing Views on Economic Man

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This book, as its title indicates, is a study of one aspect of a complex man, and that for only one part of his life. It was begun in the doctoral seminar of Professor Ralph L. Rusk at Columbia University, interrupted, resumed in New York on an Advanced Graduate Fellowship of the American Council of Learned Societies, interrupted once again, and finished at Wayne State University, in Detroit. That it was completed at all is owing in large part to the aid, encouragement, and patience of the ACLS, of Professor Rusk, of Professor Lewis Leary, and of Professors Joseph Dorfman, Joseph Blau, Oscar James Campbell, Emery Neff, and Frank Davidson. What other debt I owe to my wife and children all will understand who have themselves experienced the itinerant years in the life of an English teacher.

Parts of the first and fourth chapters appeared in the New England Quarterly.

LEO STOLLER

Wayne State University

Detroit, Michigan

September 1957 . . .

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