The two authors Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Henry David Thoreau, are similar in many ways. The first example would be their love towards the nature, and their surroundings. Another example would be their outlook towards government, although their opinion are more important than the others. And the third example, they both were non-conformists, and believed in a lay back life-style.
The first reason, and people are very clear with both of the author's work, that was to be their love of nature. Both of them, Emerson and Thoreau lived in forested areas, and spent their time outside. Thoreau whereas in friendship, studied nature and Emerson believed that each individual had a glow of religious studies, and that people should look for truths in nature. Emerson lived on Walden pond, and as well as Thoreau also lived there for a short period of time. And they both got a same book as well as same content in them and both of them loved nature lot
At the same time Both Emerson and Thoreau had different views about the government system, and both were mostly same in opinion and both wanted a change in the condition of their government and to improve. In Thoreau's Civil Disobedience he almost encourages people to act against the government, until conditions change. Thoreau, also believed that the government shouldn't be getting into everything, and that it should just let people be in its place of interfere. Emerson's opinions on government was very much passive then Thoreau's who, like said before seemed to want people to stand against the government, he believed that there is so much that the government should be able to do because they shouldn't control people over their lives, but at the same time they shouldn't be powerless either.
Both of the two authors, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and David Henry Thoreau, were non-conformists, and they believed in individualism. Emerson, who believed there was that each person contained a flash of religion and that it should be found through nature or through yourself. Thoreau, who was also very interested in the individual life style, thought that, one can only be happy if one live as who they truly are.
There are many of different ways that these two authors are similar. Such as how both authors love nature, and their natural surroundings.. And lastly, how Emerson, and Thoreau, both believed in individualism.
Both Emerson and Thoreau believed that nature is what forces us not to depend on others idea but to developed our own idea. They believed that nature is changing and people must know the reason why it is changing because nature changes accordingly to the society. According to Emerson's (1834) observation " human do not entirely understand natures beauty and all the things that nature has to offer us. He further state that people are uncertain by the humankind around them and human must take themselves away from societies flaw and diversion in order to experience the unity with nature for which they are...