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Drinking from Walden's well.

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How does Thoreau feel about people who, from as far away as Charleston, New Orleans, Madras, Bombay and Calcutta, "drink from [his] well"?

A

Thoreau considers the spiritual connection between all those who drink from the same well.

B

Thoreau is saddened that "his" nature has to be disrupted by society.

C

Thoreau feels a sense of confusion and frustration that people do not seek out the resources in their own area.

D

Thoreau celebrates the idea that others have to submit to the powerful nature of Walden.

E

Thoreau feels betrayed by those who would take from him without consulting him.