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Used from Hardcover Please retry Hardcover Used from New from Mark Twain is perhaps the most widely read and enjoyed Mark Twain Mississippi Writings Tom Sawyer Title Mark Twain Mississippi Writings Tom Sawyer Life on the Mississippi Huckleberry Finn Pudd'nhead Wilson By Mark Twain Extraordinary story telling and writing Like any good writer Mark Twain brings you into the story and environment of his characters This book was interestingly bound and printed on paper like that of a Bible the pages were extremely thin and therefore the publishers could fit over 1100 pages into a relatively slim volume Out of the four writings in the book I'd only read The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn before in middle school and maybe only just a few chapters into it Of course it was hard to read the N word so much but I understand that those were the times and it was commonplace and definitely created the placement of the story in time And he gave hopeful stories about slaves because he wrote uite a bit about slaves being freed from their mastersIn The Adventures of Tom Sawyer it's fantastic story telling and gets us right into the adventure with Tom although we can see how mischievous and extravagant or excessive he is in his fantastical actions which are influenced by his being a little emo I remember feeling the same way that Tom did though with the wish to run away in order to avenge your good name after being reprimanded for something unfairly The hope was to have people miss you so much that they'd feel guilty about reprimanding you and then would see you as a blessing instead of a curse I did love Tom's spin on the fence whitewashing Twain depicted the actions and thoughts of young people so accurately their absorption in a novelty and turning anything into a game their resourcefulness their attachment to superstitions from stories told by adults or overheard from adults their childish romances and ideas of romance I thought Pudd'nhead Wilson was a bit choppy and disjointed at points but I read in the Note on the Texts that revising this almost killed him It introduced so many moral conflicts though almost too many for one story Some of the chapters from Life on the Mississippi were a little tedious but some of the stories were fantastic I enjoyed the insight into steamboat piloting and the type of life that could be experienced on the river His telling about feuds like the one between the Darnells and Watsons reminded me of modern day gang warfare being just as violent and gratuitous It was also a surprise to learn that Mark Twain is a steamboating term and that's where Samuel Langhorne Clemens decided to pull his pen name fromI enjoyed reading the Chronology about Mark Twain's life and was surprised to find out that he traveled the world uite a bit with his family even though many of them were in poor health at times yet they endured weeks long boat trips and railway trips domestically and internationally It seemed that they went to every continent except Antarctica which is uite an impressive amount of travel without airplanes Also the amounts of money mentioned for those times are still large sums in our time he spent 3000month on funding the Paige machine along with whatever other expenses he and his family had people were writing 200000 checks for book writing etc I also liked reading about his residences in San Francisco and New York City because I've lived in bot those places and am familiar with the locations mentionedFrom The Adventures of Tom SawyerThe children fastened their eyes upon the bit of candle and watched it melt slowly and pitilessly away; sa

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