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Mark Twain viewed the Gilded Age as a time of "ridiculous excess," and painted word pictures about this gaudy period.

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    Meh. It would fit his métier, particularly in his later life, but I don't recall any significant Twain writing that would fit that exact description. He wrote scathingly of hypocrisy, racism, and (again, late in life) imperialism, but that isn't quite the same as ridiculing excess.

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