A Time too Think
Power of Place


The Experiment and Cabin


     In the experiment Thoreau talks about himself chopping down the wood for his cabin. As well he describes his scenery and a snake. This snake he makes a connection to humans how they are afraid of many things, but nature can help us become not afraid. 


     The next chapter describes how he builds the cabin as well how much money he spends on it. He goes into great description on how he builds it. He goes into a weird description of the window how it is deep and high. I don’t why this happened but it was very interesting.


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