Pudd'nhead Wilson

How did the people of Dawson landing judged their citezens

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The people of Dawson's Landing place a high degree of value on honor and courage. The townspeople, for example, praise the confrontation between Judge Driscoll and Luigi Capello. They consider the duel, a fight in the name of honor, and the two men are looked upon as heroes.