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  • Comment on Brute Neighbors 1-9 by Jun Song
    Posted in: English 4 at UC Riverside [I wonder what the world is doing now. ] I agree with Mitchell. This statement connects to the daily life in Quarantine during the pandemic. With most institutions and buildings closed, we wonder what the people are doing or rather what the world is doing now.
  • Comment on Baker Farm by Evelyn Perez
    Posted in: English 4 at UC Riverside [Enjoy the land, but own it not. Through want of enterprise and faith men are where they are, buying and selling, and spending their lives like serfs.] Thoreau explains that men are spending their lives as servants due to the need for endeavor and trust.
  • Comment on Baker Farm by Evelyn Perez
    Posted in: English 4 at UC Riverside This quote explains that differentiated from everyone else because he noticed he had a halo of light around his shadow, as he was walking.
  • Comment on Higher Laws by Jun Song
    Posted in: English 4 at UC Riverside I absolutely agree with Jose and Noah. Times change and the relationship between a father and child alters as time progresses. Traditionally speaking, A father and a son would be out in an environments suitable for them to learn and reconcile with nature. When Thoreau mentions the physical […]
  • Comment on The Ponds 18-34 by Evelyn Perez
    Posted in: English 4 at UC Riverside [The thrills of joy and thrills of pain are undistinguishable. How peaceful the phenomena of the lake! Again the works of man shine as in the spring. ] Thoreau points out that the phenomena of the lake are calming because "the thrills of joy and thirds of pain" […]

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