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The essay The Lowest Animal by Mark Twain fairly sarcastic although it still makes the reader really think about what hes saying Throughout the essay Twain makes several well thought out ideas about mankind However those ideas are not all ones that everyone would be proud of or agree with The overall message of his essay is to explain Twains point of view about why humans are the lowest animals Several times throughout the essay he mentions how humans kill just for the hell of it and waste a great deal of valuable animal material Also he uses examples how people kill each other all the time throughout the world and all the terrible events going on during his time If Mark Twain was here today he would use the war and all of the altercations about religion and all the terrorist attacks as fuel for his essay or at least as material to add to a second edition of it The authors attitude is very sarcastic through the entire essay Also it seems that he is being very pessimistic He zooms in on all the evil and hatred in the world and doesnt focus on all the caring giving and kind people throughout the world He does have many excellent points about the way people are and a great deal of it is really true but I think that he went just slightly too far Overall though the essay does have a high-quality base idea but I think that the examples used only represent a small percentage of the overall population The purpose for Mark Twain to write his essay is simple because he felt a certain way about his topic and he wanted to express the way he felt He wanted to make people think about what he was talking about and the way he writes it really works He is able to make the reader agree and see the ideas his way
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