As the World Turns - Comparison and Differences of Emerson and Thoreau
It has been said that a child always follows in the footsteps of his or her father. We can say the same about the relationship of a teacher and student. Ralph Waldo Emerson, a teacher of Henry David Thoreau, inspired his pupil with his way of thinking, and therefore their writing is similar in many ways. The writing of Emerson and Thoreau is both different and similar because they both are transcendentalists and they both talk about and usually base their stories on nature; although, Thoreau takes Emerson's ideas and applies them to his life.
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