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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. Web. 4 May 2016.

In the passage as a whole, the most dramatic shift in argument occurs at which of the following lines in the text?


"It was deeply impressed upon me. By my mother" (lines 20-21)


"a man is not independent, and cannot afford views which train with the majority" (lines 24-26)


"A new thing in costume appears -- the flaring hoopskirt, for example" (line 54-55)


"The inborn requirement of self-approval" (lines 65-66)


"There are none but corn-pone opinions" (lines 74-75).

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