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Can you name the Rhetorical Strategies and meanings in Mark Twain's Corn Pone?

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Line / WordStrategy / Meaning
Impudent (line 5)
Corn Pone (line 6)
'He must get his opinions ... no first hand views.'
'an opinion has been born somewhere'
Aggregation
'the jury has been closed against outside influences
'[idea] before they could catch it and stuff it and put it in the museum'
Line / WordStrategy / Meaning
Boon
'in clothes, or manners, or liturature... or any other matter'
'A new thing in costume appears -- the flaring hoopskirt'
Sordid
'mush of mutilated morals'
'we know why Catholics are Catholics...and Democrats, Democrats'
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