However, Thoreau believes that living in nature is the only true way to live.
[tags: Transcendentalism, Henry David Thoreau] - All through out Henry David Thoreau’s life his works have been rhetorically significant, in his piece Walden which was written in 1854 you can see what kind of strategical moves that me makes.
In chapter 8, The Village, of Walden Thoreau uses many strategies to get his stories of what happened in the town to the reader, he uses rhetorical moves, appeals, and also figurative language which was tied into how he used his words.
Thoreau uses his experience of only living with the bare necessities which he gets only by hand to explain how the way we live is unnecessary.
He makes many points in his novel, most of which vocalize how we live in a world in which we live our lives based on what society tells us to do.