The Invalid's Story

What are the details that reflect the culture of the characters from Mark Twain's "the invalid story"?

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The dialogue expresses a good deal of the 'culture' of the characters. It is easy to tell that they are not highly educated men by their improper use of grammar. Additionally, the way they choose to transport things, their perspectives on the world and events show a type of homespun sensibility.