Who is the most admirable in Bret Harte's "The Outcasts of Poker Flat"?
Several of the characters could be considered the most admirable in the story. It could be argued that Oakhurst is the most admirable because of his "philosophical calmness." Oakhurst has the foresight to know that they should not camp for the night but should instead keep moving. Unlike the others, Oakhurst does not drink. Oakhurst also places provisions outside of the tent and sends Tommy to get help; thus he is thinking of others. Although...
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