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Journalism in Tennessee
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This treasured historical satire played out in two very different socioeconomic worlds of th century England centers around the lives of two boys born in London on the same day Edward Prince of Wales and Tom Canty a street beggar During a chance encounter the two realize they are identical and as a lark decide to exchange clothes and roles a situation that briefly but drastically alters the lives of both youngsters The Prince dressed in rags wanders about the city s boisterous neighborhoods among the lower classes and endures a series of hardships meanwhile poor Tom now living with the royals is constantly filled with the dread of being discovered for who and what he really is, A stirring account of America s vanished past br The book that earned Mark Twain his first recognition as a serious writer br br Discover the magic of life on the Mississippi br br At once a romantic history of a mighty river an autobiographical account of Mark Twain s early steamboat days and a storehouse of humorous anecdotes and sketches i Life on the Mississippi i is the raw material from which Twain wrote his finest novel i a href https www goodreads com book show Adventures of Huckleberry Finn title Adventures of Huckleberry Finn rel nofollow Adventures of Huckleberry Finn a i br br The Lincoln of our literature William Dean Howells, I have told you nothing about man that is not true You must pardon me if I repeat that remark now and then in these letters I want you to take seriously the things I am telling you and I feel that if I were in your place and you in mine I should need that reminder from time to time to keep my credulity from flagging p In i Letters from the Earth i Twain presents himself as the Father of History reviewing and interpreting events from the Garden of Eden through the Fall and the Flood translating the papers of Adam and his descendants through the generations First published fifty years after his death this eclectic collection is vintage Twain sharp witty imaginative complex and wildly funny br br br Foreword written by Henry Nash Smith is dated March br br from the foreword p viii The book is now presented as DeVoto edited it in with only one or two minor changes in his editorial comments to take account of subsequent events br br from the foreword p ix Mrs Bernard DeVoto has kindly given her consent to the publication fo what is in a double sense a posthumous work p, At the beginning of i Pudd nhead Wilson i a young slave woman fearing for her infant s son s life exchanges her light skinned child with her master s From this rather simple premise Mark Twain fashioned one of his most entertaining funny yet biting novels On its surface i Pudd nhead Wilson i possesses all the elements of an engrossing nineteenth century mystery reversed identities a horrible crime an eccentric detective a suspenseful courtroom drama and a surprising unusual solution Yet it is not a mystery novel Seething with the undercurrents of antebellum southern culture the book is a savage indictment in which the real criminal is society and racial prejudice and slavery are the crimes Written in i Pudd nhead Wilson i glistens with characteristic Twain humor with suspense and with pointed irony a gem among the author s later works