Obviously, Mark Twain did his best to ridicule the aristocrats of those times, who allowed themselves to butcher one another. The fact that a Shepherdson fell in love with a Grangerford , which would seem to be ordinary, led to an unprecedented massacre. In addition, Buck said the same scenario had taken place many times in the past. To understand this part, let us consider the description of that horrible scene as related by Huck Finn:


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