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Thoreau's statement that “You need not rest your reputation on the dinners you give,” most clearly suggests Thoreau’s disagreement with the belief that


Individuals demonstrate their worth through the possessions they display to their guests


Humans feel most satisfied when they are surrounded by a group of friends


Hosts should consider the non-attendance of invited guests as a personal affront


Society correctly judges individuals on the characters of their friends


Large dinners with many guests are more meaningful than those with fewer attendees

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