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When referring to the Canadian woodchopper, Thoreau writes "…the intellectual and what is called the spiritual man in him were slumbering as in an infant."
Choose the best statement that represents Thoreau's description.
The Canadian operates on trust and reverence
The Canadian is simpleminded and agnostic.
The Canadian is a well-intended illiterate and purely practical man.
The Canadian chooses to not know or think deeply about life.
The Canadian prefers to remain ignorant yet spiritual.