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"Two Views of a River" Mark Twain

Essay Mode:
Comparison and Contrast

Characters:
The narrator

Main events/plot:
As the narrator goes down a river in a steam boat he now knows as well as his alphabet.
He starts to notice things that make the river less exciting and more practical now that he’s been pilot.

Arguments, Lessons, Themes:
He portrays that since he’s become an expert on this river it’s lost all it’s beauty to him because, instead of basking in the beauty and watching natural tings occur, he automatically relates it to his job and how it relates it to his job and how it will effect the steamboat.

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