In these chapters Twain satirizes the gullibility of the townspeople who believe an imposter like the king, but, ironically, do not believe Dr. Robinson. Write an essay comparing the gullibility of the townspeople to people in today’s world. In what ways are people gullible? What makes them gullible? Explain your answer WITH DETAILS IN DEPT
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Answered by jill d #170087
Sorry, we don't write essays for students; this is a short answer forum. You might want to start by linking gradesaver's summary for this particular chapter. All of the summaries and well written and detailed, as are the chapter analysis.