The Twits - Hairy Faces – The Frog Summary & Analysis

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Hairy Faces – There are lots of men who now wear beards. The narrator wonders whether it is done to hide what they really look like, and wonders how difficult it is to keep beards clean. The narrator does not know, but believes the reader may now study bearded men more closely.

Mr. Twit – Sixty-year-old Mr. Twit is a hairy-faced man, with a large wild beard and hair growing out of his nose and ears. Mr. Twit has a beard because he believes it makes him wise and grand. The narrator explains that Mr. Twit is actually only a twit who has not washed his beard in years.

Dirty Beards – The narrator directly addresses the reader, saying that uncleaned beards are very dirty, for they collect everything from bits of food to mold. Because of this, Mr. Twit is never hungry. All...

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