Students will read selections from Thoreau’s Walden: “Where I Lived, and What I Lived For” (196), “Solitude” (197), “Conclusion” (203). Students should read and collect 5 quotes to add to their split-quote assignment. Students will use split-quotes on their quiz on Thursday 10/30 & to write a larger essay once we’ve finished reading the work of these Romantic-Transcendentalists.
On Tuesday, 10/28, students will read the excerpt in our text from Resistance to Civil Government often referred to as Thoreau’s “Civil Disobedience” essay (211). Students should read the selection & collect 5 quotes to add to their split-quotes.
Both pieces will be discussed on Wednesday, 10/29 prior to their quiz on Thursday 10/30.