Henry David Thoreau Quote

From my experience with wild apples, I can understand that there may be reason for a savage's preferring many kinds of food which the civilized man rejects. The former has the palate of an outdoor man. It takes a savage or wild taste to appreciate a wild fruit.


The Writings of Henry David Thoreau (ed. 1803)

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From my experience with wild apples, I can understand that there may be reason for a savage's preferring many kinds of food which the civilized man...

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From my experience with wild apples, I can understand that there may be reason for a savage's preferring many kinds of food which the civilized man...

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From my experience with wild apples, I can understand that there may be reason for a savage's preferring many kinds of food which the civilized man...

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From my experience with wild apples, I can understand that there may be reason for a savage's preferring many kinds of food which the civilized man...