What are two examples of cause and effect in "Roughing it" by Mark Twain? please help

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The most significant cause and effect relationship I would say is that Mark Twain's personality caused him to take these adventures and tell these interesting stories. Not everyone would be as open to adventure and charismatic, or be willing to do all of this.
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