anonymous
  • anonymous
Which sentence in this excerpt from Mark Twain's "The £1,000,000 Bank-Note" is an example of satire?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Where da excerpt tho
anonymous
  • anonymous
A.I was admitted by a gorgeous flunkey, and shown into a sumptuous room where a couple of elderly gentlemen were sitting B.They had just finished their breakfast, and the sight of the remains of it almost overpowered me C.I could hardly keep my wits together in the presence of that food, but as I was not asked to sample it, I had to bear my trouble as best I could. D.Now, something had been happening there a little before, which I did not know anything about until a good many days afterwards, but I will tell you about it now E.Those two old brothers had been having a pretty hot argument a couple of days before, and had ended by agreeing to decide it by a bet, which is the English way of settling everything. F.For some reason or other only one of these had been used and canceled; the other still lay in the vaults of the Bank
anonymous
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@Xtasy0xy here it is

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anonymous
  • anonymous
E
anonymous
  • anonymous
can you explain
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you understand what satire is?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Twain was ridiculing the two brothers settling there disagreement with a bet by associating this behavior with being English.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah i know what satire is lol. but thank you

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