posted by Alan on .
I amd writing a paper over how mark twain uses satire to criticize religion. My opening statement is: Helping a slave runaway and floating down the Mississippi river accompanied by two conmen appears to be the basis of a real adventure tale. My teacher has asked me to incorperate religion into this scentence by using a verb after Helping a slave runaway VERB... Im really confused and does anyone have any ideas?
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And -- as a verb -- you need to spell it "run away" (two words). A "runaway" is a person.
didn't twain write a conversation with god at some point? "Teh Diaries of Adam and Eve". Must be something in there.