In Fenimore Cooper's Literary Offences, compared to Cooper, what is Mark Twain's view on the Indians?

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Do you mean Twain's view of Indians in general or of Cooper's Indians? If you mean Cooper's Indians, Twain thinks Cooper inadvertently makes them look stupid and ridiculous.

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