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Is Puddnhead really a hero Do you think what he did was right In my opinion absolutely When he proved that Thomas a Beckett Driscoll who was really Valet de Chambre killed York Driscoll it showed the town that he was not really a Puddnhead at all Puddnhead discovered that the babies were switched at birth between the ages of seven to eight months by someone who worked in the house which shows just how clever he was That is just about the time when Roxy confessed that she had switched the babies at birth Not only did Puddnhead save Chambers who was really Tom from being treated as a slave for the rest of his life he also saved the two twin counts from being falsely accused of murderThe way Puddnhead figured out about who killed Lord Driscoll took real intelligence You see there was blood stained fingerprints on the fancy knife used to kill him so being in defense of Count Luigi who was accused of killing him he tried to find some way of saying that he was not guilty He took his fingerprints and see if they matched up to the knifes and since it did not even resemble Count Luigis fingerprints he was surely not the one So if Count Luigi didnt kill him who did Puddnhead also figured that the person who killed him had to be in the house so he must of thought of Tom and Chambers Now seeing that he took both of their fingerprints when they were babies he brought them out He called the babies A and B He figured out that the babies were switched at birth by someone in the house He said The murderer of your friend and mine - York Driscoll of the generous hand and kindly spirits sits among you Valet de Chambre negro and slavefalsely called Thomas a Beckett Driscollmake upon the window the fingerprints that will hang
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