Fitchburg Railroad in Thoreau’s Walden

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The paper should center around the thesis that the Fitchburg Railroad in Thoreau’s Walden can be read as a transcendentalist symbol which is representative of urbanization / technological progress / etc., which in turn are an obstacle on the path to attaining true self-reliance (a key aspect of transcentalism)

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