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The juxtaposition of Baker Farm and John Field's land

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In the chapter "Baker Farm," what is Thoreau's purpose for juxtaposing the nature that surrounds Walden and the nature that surrounds John Field's farm?

A

The comparison shows that natural beauty has no boundaries.

B

The beauty of living simply vs. the oppression of laboring daily for luxuries.

C

Both settings express the fact that nature is equally beautiful regardless of inhabitants

D

Thoreau proposes the vitality of Walden is taking over other farms.

E

The comparison of the land shows that hard work prevails.