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Nature vs. Nurture in "Pudd'nhead Wilson and Those Extraordinary Twins"

Summary: "Pudd'nhead Wilson and Those Extraordinary Twins" by Mark Twain is a critical analysis of how nature and nurture can cultivate emotions and free will, which affects the life of individuals.
What makes a person who they are is a difficult dilemma. Mark Twain's novel, "Pudd'nhead Wilson and Those Extraordinary Twins" is a critical analysis of how nature and nurture can cultivate emotions and free will, which in turn affects the life of individuals. "Twain's faltering sense of direction began about slavery, moral decay, and deceptive realities (Kaplan 314). The debate of `nature versus nurture' has been one of the most intriguing scientific and cultural issues for most of the twentieth century, in determining the behavioral aspects of human beings. The changes in environment, society, education, political influences, family values and morals and other external influences, combined with physical genes determines how mankind will evolve into adulthood. Both nature and nurture, in combination with emotions and free will, control the behavior of human beings and determines who we are.

Anthropologists, who study...

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