The timeline below shows where the symbol Walden Pond appears in Walden. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Where I Lived, and What I Lived For
...to make his life simple and commune with nature. Every morning he bathes in the pond, calling it a "religious exercise." He calls morning the time that all important events, including... (full context)
...is much larger and more shallow, less pure, and has more fish. Thoreau laments that pond's boring name and wishes that natural features were named not after the farmers who happened... (full context)
The Pond in Winter