Walden is one of the most famous works in American literature. In this nonfiction work, Henry David Thoreau offer his perception of his time at Walden Pond. This essay includes beautiful passages about the seasons, the animals, the neighbors, and other philosophical renderings of life on Walden Pond (and humanity in general). If you enjoy Walden, you may enjoy these other works.
On the Road is a novel by Jack Kerouac, published in April 1951. Kerouac's work follows his road trips, exploring America in search of meaning. His experiences on the road takes us on a roller-coaster ride of the highs and lows of the American culture.
2. Nature and Selected Essays - Ralph Waldo Emerson
Nature and Selected Essays is a collection of essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Ralph Waldo Emerson's works are often compared with Walden.
3. Leaves of Grass: A Norton Critical Edition - Walt Whitman
This critical edition of Leaves of Grass includes essays from Walt Whitman, along with the complete collection of his poetry. Leaves of Grass has been compared with Walden and the works of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Not only is Leaves of Grass an essential reading selection in American literature, but the work offers poetic interpretations of nature.
Robert Frost's Poems includes some of the most famous American poetry: "Birches," "Mending Wall," "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," "Two Tramps at Mudtime," "Choose Something Like a Star," and "The Gift Outright." This collection features more than 100 poems that celebrate nature and the human condition.