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Pedestrian Adventures: Walking to Inspiration

by Celia Johnson

Department:Special Section
Issue:January/February 2014
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A number of writers—including Dickens, Thoreau, Woolf, and Wordsworth, to name a few—have turned to walking for inspiration. This essay explores the myriad benefits that ambulatory excercise can have on the creative life. 

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