What does Twain imply in the quote below?"What was the use to tell Jim these warn’t real kings and dukes? It wouldn’t a done no good, and…

What does Twain imply in the quote below?"What was the use to tell Jim these warn’t real kings and dukes? It wouldn’t a done no good, and…

What does Twain imply in the quote below?"What was the use to tell Jim these warn’t real kings and dukes? It wouldn’t a done no good, and…

What does Twain imply in the quote below?"What was the use to tell Jim these warn’t real kings and dukes? It wouldn’t a done no good, and…

What Twain is implying in the quote you provide is that royalty (real royalty like they had in Europe) were a bunch of corrupt people.  He is saying that there was no reason that they should have been put up higher in status than other people.You can see this because he says in this quote that there was no difference between the fake royalty (the king and the duke) and real royalty.  Since the “king” and “duke” were swindlers who were just going around conning people out of their money, Twain is saying that real royalty is just as bad.
What does Twain imply in the quote below?"What was the use to tell Jim these warn’t real kings and dukes? It wouldn’t a done no good, and…
What does Twain imply in the quote below?"What was the use to tell Jim these warn’t real kings and dukes? It wouldn’t a done no good, and…
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What does Twain imply in the quote below?"What was the use to tell Jim these warn’t real kings and dukes? It wouldn’t a done no good, and…
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