Henry David Thoreau Quote

Then at night the general stillness is more impressive than any sound, but occasionally you hear the note of an owl farther or nearer in the woods, and if near a lake, the semihuman cry of the loons at their unearthly revels.


The Maine Woods (ed. 1864)

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Then at night the general stillness is more impressive than any sound, but occasionally you hear the note of an owl farther or nearer in the woods,...

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Then at night the general stillness is more impressive than any sound, but occasionally you hear the note of an owl farther or nearer in the woods,...

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Then at night the general stillness is more impressive than any sound, but occasionally you hear the note of an owl farther or nearer in the woods,...

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Then at night the general stillness is more impressive than any sound, but occasionally you hear the note of an owl farther or nearer in the woods,...