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At the beginning of "Visitors," Thoreau describes how his house is set up for visitors.
Which of the following summary statements is accurate?
There was a chair for sitting, a desk for writing, a bed for sleeping and the woods spread out for any company.
The house was meant for sleeping, the woods and the pond were meant for solitude and an occasional visitor.
The house was too small for furniture or conversation, but the woods provided plentiful seating and was bountiful of conversation topics.
The house was tucked deep into the woods where solitude and I resided. If by happenchance a visitor did wander close I offered my only chair, a good conversation and fed them plenty.
There were only three chairs in his house; one for solitude, two for friendship, three for society.