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Use of a list in "Corn Pone Opinions"

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Corn-Pone Opinions, Mark Twain, 1923

Twain, Mark. "Corn-Pone Opinions." Europe and Elsewhere. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1923. N. pag. Saintjoehigh.com. Web. 4 May 2016.

Twain uses the list in lines 36-44 primarily to

A

outline arguments and concede to and refute them.

B

identify a problem for which he offers a solution.

C

state facts that he later refutes.

D

provide an example of a logical fallacy.

E

explain the inaccuracies of an opinion.