Read this passage from “The Calypso Borealis” and answer the following question: After earning a few dollars working on my brother-in-law’s farm near Portage [Wisconsin], I set off on the first of my

Read this passage from “The Calypso Borealis” and answer the following question: After earning a few dollars working on my brother-in-law’s farm near Portage [Wisconsin], I set off on the first of my.

Read this passage from “The Calypso Borealis” and answer the following question: After earning a few dollars working on my brother-in-law’s farm near Portage [Wisconsin], I set off on the first of my long lonely excursions, botanising in glorious freedom around the Great Lakes and wandering through innumerable tamarac and arbor-vitae swamps, and forests of maple, basswood, ash, elm, balsam, fir, pine, spruce, hemlock, rejoicing in their bound wealth and strength and beauty, climbing the trees revelling in their flowers and fruit like bees in beds of goldenrods, glorying in the fresh cool beauty and charm of the bog and meadow heathworts, grasses, carices, ferns, mosses, liverworts displayed in boundless profusion. What feeling does Muir suggest in this paragraph? Restlessness Dedication Boredom Happiness

Read this passage from “The Calypso Borealis” and answer the following question: After earning a few dollars working on my brother-in-law’s farm near Portage [Wisconsin], I set off on the first of my

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