Satire In Mark Twain's The Damned Human Race

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Bryce, I read through your discussion of Mark Twain's "The Damned Human Race" and agree with the points that you make. In addition to his negative tone in the essay, I said that he also used satire to express his voice. Helping to explain your point that Twain uses a negative tone, you use many concrete examples where he does this. The two examples of the rotting buffalo and the anaconda only killing what it eats are great examples of his negative tone. When reading his essay and thinking of the points Twain makes, do you agree with him? Is Twain correct in the sense that "we have reached the bottom stage of
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