How were Thoreau’s ideas about the environment received, in his lifetime?



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    His contemporary authors weren’t universally impressed. John Greenleaf Whittier, a poet, and Robert Louis Stevenson both made rather scathing comments about his work and ideas. Author George Eliot, however, wrote a newspaper column in his defense.

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