Mark Twain - Two Ways of Looking at a River 1. What two views of the river does Twain describe? That of a passenger and a pilot. Characterize each of these views: passenger - romance, pilot - realism 2. The point that Twain is trying to make about the two different ways he looked at the river is Thesis- His perception of the river before and after he became a riverboat pilot. He concludes by wondering if the same holds true for doctors. He seems to say that if we know too much, we cannot see the beauty and romance in something.
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