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What about Thoreau s night in jail made him angry?
Weegy: The interference with his protest made Thoreau angry. Henry David Thoreau was angered by those who presumed to pay his fine for him while he spent his night in jail. According to the jailer, this act made him as mad as the devil. [ Other than that, his experience in prison did not alter his emotional state and he was not embittered by the experience. ] User: What about Thoreau’s night in jail made him angry? (1 point) The fact that his stay in prison was too short to make a point. The interference with his protest. The uncomfortable accommodations. Weegy: The interference with his protest made Thoreau angry. Henry David Thoreau was angered by those who presumed to pay his fine for him while he spent his night in jail. According to the jailer, this act made him as mad as the devil. [ ] User: Why do the playwrights refer to their protagonist as “The Now Thoreau?" (1 point) His philosophy applies to our time just as much as it applied during his. They have updated his story to the modern day. Thoreau was vocal about his belief that his philosophy would endure for centurie Weegy: The playwrights refer to their protagonist as “The Now Thoreau?" because: His philosophy applies to our time just as much as it applied during his. (More)
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What about Thoreau s night in jail made him angry?
Weegy: The interference with his protest made Thoreau angry. Henry David Thoreau was angered by those who presumed to pay his fine for him while he spent his night in jail. According to the jailer, this act made him as mad as the devil. [ Other than that, his experience in prison did not alter his emotional state and he was not embittered by the experience. ] User: Why does Bailey guess Henry committed murder? (1 point) Henry looks like a murderer. Henry sounds educated. Henry tells Bailey he committed murder Weegy: B)Henry sounds educated. User: If you were to make a disparaging remark to someone, it would be (1 point) demeaning inquisitive supportive Weegy: If you were to make a disparaging remark to someone, it would be demeaning. (More)
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