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Drake Faso 12/22/13 English-HH Satire Tracing A.

But Tom Sawyer he hunted me up and said he was going to start a band of robbers, and I might join if I would go back to the widow and be respectable. So I went back. B. Tom Sawyer is hypocritical and represents the bigger MSWS. C. Twain is targeting the southern society in hopes to bring change to their way of life D. Irony E. Twain hopes that the south will see their belligerence and act to better themselves instead of being hypocrites

A. Tom said he slipped Jim's hat off of his head and hung it on a limb right over him, and Jim stirred a little, but he didn't wake. Afterwards Jim said the witches bewitched him B. Jim displays his superstition in this passage. He is conveyed as gullible/ not knowledgeable. Later we find out that Huck believes in mostly the same superstition. C. Twain is targeting the southerners ways of life, slavery. D. Irony E. Twains purpose is to highlight the corruptness of slavery, by using human like aspects that Huck and Jim have in common.

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pap took it and got drunk, and went a-blowing around and cussing and whooping and carrying on

B. Pap is a walking metaphor for Twains use of satire. Pap is an overly zealous drunk who pays little attention to his kid yet wants money from his son C. Twain is targeting Hypocritical southern males D. Irony E. Twains purpose is to once again hope that the southerners realize there arrogance and there overall hypocriticalness

A. Pap warn't in a good humor -- so he was his natural self. He said he was down town, and everything was going wrong. His lawyer said he reckoned he would win his lawsuit and get the money if they ever got started on the trial

A. The Judge gives Pap the money!!!!! B. Twain is targeting irresponsible southern societal aspects C. Irony D. Twains purpose is to hopefully convey to the reader that slavery is not the only corrupt aspect of the south.

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"Next Sunday we all went to church...The men took their guns along,"16

B. The grangsfords and sheperdsons have been fighting for so long they dont even remember why it started C. Twain is targeting southern families, and overall arrogance. D. Irony

E. Twains purpose is to demonstrate the uselessness of being willing to die for something that you dont even understand.

A. "This young girl kept a scrap-book... and used to paste obituaries and accidents and cases of patient suffering in it out of the Presbyterian Observer, and write poetry after them out of her own head."23 B. Emeliines weakness is a physical metaphor for the grangsfords hurting themselves C. Twain is targeting people who think they are fighting for the right reasons but end up hurting themselves D. Irony E. Twains purpose is to highlight that going out of your way to fight for something is useless if you end up hurting yourself

B. C. Pap treats Huck bad yet begs the courts for money and pleads that he is a new man D. Twains targets liars through the use of pap as an example E. Irony F. Twains purpose is to inform/ beg change in those who think it is acceptable to say one thing and do another

A. I crossed over to that side and watched them. When they got abreast the head of the island they quit shooting and dropped over to the Missouri shore and went home to the town. B. When searching for Hucks body everyone give up so quickly. C. Twain is targeting people who hop on the bandwagon D. Humor/ irony E. Twain hopes to get people who help others to boost their own social standing to understand the arrogance of their ways

A. Jim whispered and said he was feeling powerful sick, and told me to come along. I says, all right, and was going to start for the raft; but just then I heard a voice wail out and say:

"Oh, please don't, boys; I swear I won't ever tell!"

Another voice said, pretty loud:

"It's a lie, Jim Turner. You've acted this way before. You always want more'n your share of the truck, and you've always got it, too, because you've swore 't if you didn't you'd tell. But this time you've said it jest one time too many. You're the meanest, treacherousest hound in this country."

A. Huck finds a wreck with robbers on it he then proceeds to steal their raft, later he feels bad and sends someone out to get the robbers

B. Twain is targeting people who devote their lives to hurting others C. Humor D. Twains purpose is to convey that bad people rely on good people

A. "We could sell the raft and get on a steamboat and go way up the Ohio amongst the free states, and then be out of trouble." -Pg. 85 B. Huck and Jim spend the chapter contemplating their movement to free states, Huck contemplates bringing Jim back C. Twain is targeting people who go back on their word D. Irony E. Twains purpose is to convey that everyone has a little doubt

A. "Dah you goes, de ole true Huck; de on'y white genlman dat ever kep' his promise to ole Jim."Well, I just felt sick. But I says, I GOT to do it -- I can't get OUT of it. Right then along comes a skiff with two men in it with guns, and they stopped and I stopped.

B. Two slave hunters run into Huck and ask about Jim C. Twain is targeting those who play into things they dont necessarily believe, but do it for money D. Humor E. Twains purpose is to demonstrate that an easy dollar is not the only dollar

A. "Trouble has done it, Bilgewater, trouble has done it; trouble has brung these gray hairs and this premature balditude. Yes, gentlemen, you see before you, in blue jeans and misery, the wanderin', exiled, trampled-on, and sufferin' rightful King of France." B. The King and the duke are two lying con artists, that eventually are killed C. Twain targets corrupt people who bring others down to pin themselves up D. Humor E. Twains purpose is to highlight that making money fast is not worth taking away from others

A. "You shall, then, before you're three days older, Fallen Grandeur," says the duke. "The first good town we come to we'll hire a hall and do the sword fight in Richard III. and the balcony scene in Romeo and Juliet. How does that strike you?" B. The King and the Duke decide to perform a Romeo and Juliet play even though they dont know it C. Twain is targeting those who just go with the fowl without putting any extra work as well as an introverted society which doesnt know Shakespeare from Paul bunion D. Humor E. Twains purpose is to get the southern society to understand their lack of well-versed knowledge

A. Admission 25 cents, children and servants 10 cents (156).

B. The King and the Duke Perform a show with admission for slaves and children as the same C. Twain is targeting the slavery in the south D. Exaggeration E. Twains purpose is to convey that weighing an adult slave as if not less than a child is inhumane.

A. "Because Mary Jane 'll be in mourning from this out; and first you know the nigger that does up the rooms will get an order to box these duds up and put 'em away; and do you reckon a nigger can run across money and not borrow some of it?" (26.97) B. The duke and the king trick a family into believing they are kin in hopes of getting money C. Twain is targeting the immorality of southern society D. Humor E. Twains purpose is to get the stubborn white dominant society to change their ways

A. The idea of you lynching anybody! It's amusing. The idea of you thinking you had pluck enough to lynch a man! Because you're brave enough to tar and feather poor friendless cast-out women that come along here, did that make you think you had grit enough to lay your hands on a man? Why, a man's safe in the hands of ten thousand of your kindas long as it's daytime and you're not behind him. (22.6) B. Sherburn boggs is a town drunk who gets shot by the Marshall

C. Twain is targeting the extremities of southern society D. Exaggeration E. Twains purpose is to demonstrate that the south is the land of extremities where someone can be shot right in front of the whole town, he is practically begging for change.

A. a drunk man tried to get into the ring -- said he wanted to ride; said he could ride as well as anybody that ever was. B. A Drunken horseman plays a trick on the audience by not really being drunk, huck doesnt get it though C. Twain is targeting the gullibility in southern society D. Irony E. Twains purpose is to highlight that the south is full of gullible people and if they took the time to educate themselves it would be well spent time.

A. Admission 25 cents, children and servants 10 cents (156). B. The duke and the king blame the slaves for their missing money C. Twain is targeting the aspects of slavery in the south D. Exageration E. Twains purpose is to describe the south as arrogant in hopes that they will change.

A. Tom's most well now, and got his bullet around his neck on a watch-guard for a watch, and is always seeing what time it is

B. Tom Sawyer a kid is made to represent the whole MSWS C. Twain is targeting MSWS D. Irony E. Twain compares a child to the actions of MSWS in order to make them realize they act like kids.