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In the chapter "Former Inhabitants; and Winter Visitors", Thoreau reflects on several former inhabitants of Walden.
What common theme is expressed in Thoreau's reflections?
The sense of superiority the white man had over the "negro" or "colored" man
The tension the white man felt living near the "negro" or "colored" man
The neighborly relationship the white and "negro" men had together.
The mischievous nature of the "negro" or "colored" man compared to the white man.
The innate ability the "negro" man had to thrive in nature.