Pudd'nhead Wilson

Does twain tone in this novel seem racist or anti racist? Discuss providing page number


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Once the reader grasps the subtext of Twain's writing, the tone becomes decidedly anti-racist. We see that his characters are a product of an inhumane racist culture. Even Tom, who is a less than sympathetic character, is an extension of the cruelty and racial confusion of the era.