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How does Thoreau feel about people who, from as far away as Charleston, New Orleans, Madras, Bombay and Calcutta, "drink from [his] well"?
Thoreau considers the spiritual connection between all those who drink from the same well.
Thoreau is saddened that "his" nature has to be disrupted by society.
Thoreau feels a sense of confusion and frustration that people do not seek out the resources in their own area.
Thoreau celebrates the idea that others have to submit to the powerful nature of Walden.
Thoreau feels betrayed by those who would take from him without consulting him.