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without the shadow of a doubt a Genuine Mexican Plug Twain 392 Anybody who knows what a plug is knows that the horse is dilapidated and useless However Mark Twain from his own journal The Genuine Mexican Plug is fooled by the speakers energy The story is about Twain being tricked into buying an old horse from an auctioneer and the troubles he had to endure with the horse The reader can assume that Twain is gullible and determined to succeed Because he bought the horse from the high-energy salesman Twain was gullible In the story he is easily fooled by the salesmans tone In the story he says I did not know what a Genuine Mexican Plug was I would own a Genuine Mexican Plug or die 392 Twain admits that he does not know what a Genuine Mexican Plug is but he buys it anyways because he gets the impression that the decision will be the life or death of him Once he bought it he believes that buying will improve his life However as soon as he got on the horse he was lifted into the air After an old man told him the truth about the horse Twain tried to get rid of the horse However nobody would buy it He was so desperate that he tried to give him away But it was a failure Parties said earthquakes were handy enough on the Pacific coast- they did not wish to own one 394 Not only that but the horse cost him 27 the stall room 15 and the hay 250 Buying the horse turned out to be Twains misfortune Mark Twain at the time was also ambitious swept through the town like the wind sailing puff of dust on the far desert sat up gallantly and gracefully 392 In the beginning of the story Twain can be seen fantasizing what his future could be in
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