The Question and Answer section for Walden is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
There are not a lot of events rather than Thoreau musing about phelosophy, government, and individual freedoms. Still, you can check out the summary below:
I think that living as a part of nature is the main idea here. Living in a society in which man in the form of railroads, factories, and other technical innovations had begun to tame and control nature, Thoreau counters the separation of man...