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In "Former Inhabitants; and Winter Visitors," why does Thoreau say of the Connecticut Philosopher, "I do not see how he can ever die"?
He is too strong and full of life.
He is needed by nature.
He is close to nature and will live forever through it.
He will live forever through the men he inspires.
Thoreau will immortalize him through his words.