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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?
The comparison shows that natural beauty has no boundaries.
The beauty of living simply vs. the oppression of laboring daily for luxuries.
Both settings express the fact that nature is equally beautiful regardless of inhabitants
Thoreau proposes the vitality of Walden is taking over other farms.
The comparison of the land shows that hard work prevails.