Who Is Mark Twain's Implausibility In The Celebrated Frog

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Analysis of Mark Twain Across almost all of Mark Twain's many works there is humor and what fuels that humor is implausibility. In "The Celebrated Frog of Calaveras County" there is a high degree of implausibility throughout the story. Components to the implausibility are the teaching of a frog, anthropomorphizing animals, and extreme exaggerations of the characters. The key to Twain's humor across all of his comedic works is the use of plausibility yet making the implausible seem possible. In Mark Twain's story the passage that best seems to support his implausibility pattern is the passage in which the frog, Daniel Webster is introduced. The passage is full of implausibilities from Smiley going to, "set in his back
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