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In the chapter, "The Pond in Winter," Thoreau writes about the man who "gets his living by barking trees." According to Thoreau, how is "nature carried out in him"?
Through his knowledge of nature, he is able to find bait for fishing.
Through Thoreau's naturalist observations of the man, he becomes a subject of nature.
Through the man's silence, he is able to commune with nature.
Through his ignorance of books and society, he is close to nature.
Through finding bait and fishing, the man becomes part of the food chain.