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I'm reading Huckleberry Finn for my 10th English class and I have a question. Twain, in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, takes a satirical look at
a.society
b.religion
c. education
d. all of the above

I think it might all of them but then I think it should only be society-any help would be greatly appreciated.

  • English 10 -

    You're first thought is right -- d.

  • English 10 -

    Thanks for your reply

  • English 10 -

    You're welcome!

  • English 10 -

    so what just skip it and wait for the next assignment


    AND ALSO AJOOOOOOOOOOOO MAMAMAMAMAMAMA!

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