Volume XXIII. This volume contains material written by John Burroughs, the American naturalist, best remembered for his essays on nature, in the closing months of his life.
Contents: Emerson and His Journals; Flies in Amber; Another Word on Thoreau; A Critical Glance into Darwin; What Makes a Poem?; Short Studies in Contrasts; Day by Day; Gleanings; and Sundown Papers. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.