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What is the tone of this paragraph? humorous sarcastic bitter objective Done The Pickwick Papers by Charles wingspanens (excerpt) "Here you are, sir," shouted a strange specimen of the human race, in a sackcloth coat, and apron of the same, who, with a brass label and number round his neck, looked as if he were catalogued in some collection of rarities. This was the waterman. "Here you are, sir. Now, then, fust cab!" And the first cab having been fetched from the public-house, where he had been smoking his first pipe, Mr. Pickwick and his portmanteau were thrown into the vehicle.

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    I'm thinking something along the lines of sarcastic or bitter?

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