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  • This is supposed to represent Brown, and the first time Mark Twain met him. Brown is standing in an "angry" pose as he speaks to Twain. This also represent the steamboat, and it leaving St. Louis.
  • This picture represents when M. Twain imagines killing Brown. It's important to the story because it shows how awful Brown is. 
  • This shows the scene where Brown picks up the 10-pound piece of coal, which he plans to throw at Henry.  The scene also shows Twain throwing the "heavy stool" at Brown. 
  • This is the scene where the captains calls Mark to the Captain's Parlor. After, a little talk and some reprimanding, the Captain tell Mark he did a good thing.
  • This represents when Brown demands the captain leave Twain in New Orleans. When Brown says he won't stay unless Twain goes, the captain tells him to leave then.
  • This pictures Mark as an "emancipated slave". He is playing chess with George Ealer, a Pilot.
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