QUOTABLE THOREAU -- An A to Z Glossary of Inspiring Quotes from Henry David Thoreau -- author of Walden and 'Civil Disobedience' -- culled from his books, essays, letters and journals, a collection of gems of wit and wisdom from a great American writer, essayist, naturalist, environmentalist, transcendentalist, abolitionist and tax resister. Covering a wide variety of subjects, including Advice, Books, Castles in the Air, Clothes ("e;Beware of all enterprises that require new clothes"e;), Desperation ("e;The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation"e;), Different Drummer, Earth, Freedom, Government ("e;That government governs best that governs least"e;), House, Individual, Justice, Kill, Life ("e;I wanted to live deep and suck all the marrow out of life"e;), Money, Nature ("e;We can never have enough of nature"e;), Opinion, Philosophers, Rich, See ("e;The question is not what you look at, but what you see"e;), Taxes, Unconsciousness, Violence, Wildness ("e;In wildness is the preservation of the world"e;) and many more. Edited by Alex Ayres, whose previous books include The Wit and Wisdom of Mark Twain (HarperCollins) and The Wit and Wisdom of Abraham Lincoln (Penguin), with photos and artwork by Janine Cooper Ayres. Thoreau is still one of the most quoted, and most influential, of American writers. Why not add some of Thoreau's gems to your collection?