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Read the excerpt from “Husky–The Wold Dog of the North.” Neck, from head to shoulders, a mass of bristling hair; sharp pointed ears, long-snouted, lips snarling, fangs dripping; yelping rather than barking; wolfish of aspect and not nice to look upon when in anger—this is the husky, or wolf-dog of the North. What clue helps the reader recognize the author’s purpose in this excerpt? The use of argument and opinion helps the reader recognize that the author’s purpose is to persuade. The use of humor helps the reader recognize that the author’s purpose is to entertain.

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