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Huckleberry Finn is Mark Twain's masterpiece
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Mark Twain became the sage of the country
Sam Clemens decided to take on a new name, Mark Twain
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn became Twain's masterpiece.
Mark Twain Goes Abroad
Twain traveled abroad with the idea that America is the center of the universe, not Europe
Mark Twain: American Speech
Twain made American speech something to be admired.
Mark Twain: Arnt we Funny Animals?
Hal Holbrook discusses how Twain's writing makes him feel.
Mark Twain: Dark, Depressive Streak
Twain's humor is always colored by the knowledge that horrible things can happen in life.
Mark Twain: Hannibal, MO
The idea of Place formed Mark Twain.
Mark Twain: Hartford House
Twain wanted to be rustic and a rebel, but also wealthy and successful.
Mark Twain: Inclusion
Twain always included himself in all his human ridicule.
Mark Twain: Innocents Abroad
Innocents Abroad was a subscription book.
Mark Twain: Mississippi River
The Mississippi River was a sacred place for Twain.
Mark Twain: Problem of Race
Twain knew for America to be great, race had to be discussed.
Mark Twain: Sage
Twain was the sage of the country, everyone wanted a quote from him.
Mark Twain: The Master of the Pause
Twain was a genius of the stage
Mark Twain: Triumph Through Tragedy
Twain rallies through personal tragedies
The Anguish Underneath the Man
Under the boasting of Mark Twain was a great suffering.
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