Intimidated by the works of authors Emerson and Hawthorne? A tour of The Old Manse will change your views of their writings.
I visited Louisa May Alcott’s Concord home to learn about Orchard House and the real Little Women and why the author left us wanting a different ending.
In this literary Concord vlog: Visit Walden Pond, see a replica of Thoreau’s cabin, stroll Ralph Waldo Emerson’s neighborhood where the Transcendentalist met, visit Nathaniel Hawthorne’s attic tower, and find out how Little Women saved Louisa May Alcott’s family.
Discover a love of classic American literature with this two-day itinerary for a literary tour of Concord, Massachusetts and Walden Pond.
Read along with me in 2019! Check out these to-be-read lists. This year let’s enjoy American Lit and then take a trip to somewhere truly unexpected!