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In the play The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail written by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E Lee we hear many different viewpoints Thoreau may have Some things he says are agreeable with while others are not He gets very in depth with things and makes you really think about what is being said He really believes in what he wants to believe In this play he stands up for his rights There are two different ways to approach how people may feel about what is being said in this play and other things that Thoreau may think Neither of the ways seems to be extraordinarily good or extraordinarily bad Thoreau has some points of view that people can really understand and even agree with Dont you know what youve done You have planted whole patches of huckleberries for an entire generation of Edward Emersonsp80 No matter how bad you may think something is there has got to be some good done There are always two ways to look at something You could choose to do it the negative or the positive way People may understand this because they never look at it in exactly the same way The poor president What with preserving his popularity and doing his duty he doesnt know what to dop65 People around the world try to make themselves be liked too much They really begin to forget about what is truly important They need to keep their head in the right place and not get carried away This is a problem that people seem to deal with all of the time They get to wrapped up in themselves Im myself mother If Im not who will bep4 In society we are our own person People may try to change that and be someone who they really are not If you are not yourself no one can be exactly like you We seem now a days to let
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