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In the chapter "Brute Neighbors," why is Thoreau reluctant to go fishing with the poet?
He was annoyed that the poet disrupted his nap and encouraged him to leave him to his thoughts.
He was on the brink of what he thought to be spiritual enlightenment.
He did not like to participate in cruelty to animals
He was very content relaxing and admiring the beauty of his natural surroundings
He was not reluctant. In fact, he had been waiting for the poet to arrive to begin their fishing trip.