The Thoreauvian Pilgrimage: The Structure of an American Cult

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Title: The Thoreauvian Pilgrimage: The Structure of an American Cult
Author: Buell, Lawrence
Citation: Buell, Lawrence. 1989. The Thoreauvian Pilgrimage: The structure of an American cult. American Literature 61(2): 175-199.
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Abstract: Examines the forms of public reverence for American author Henry David Thoreau. Testimony of author John Muir; Focus on the theme of pilgrimage; Emphasis on the concept of Transcendental Concord.
Published Version: http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/2926692
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