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How does Thoreau react to the thunderous roar of the ice beginning to melt from Walden Pond?

2 of 5
Thoreau feels that old grudges should be abandoned and old sins forgiven at the beginning of which season?

3 of 5
Observing a circling hawk and sensing the throb of universal life, Thoreau concludes that ___ has no sting in such an atmosphere.

4 of 5
Rather than suggesting a change of scenery for the sick, Thoreau suggests what?

5 of 5
Thoreau claims that life “near the bone” is the ___.