Mark Twain

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Born Samuel Langhorne Clemens – but better known by his pen name – Mark Twain is often referred to and 'the Father of American Literature'. There's certainly more to him than just Huckleberry Finn.
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Perhaps the greatest American novel of all time; and certainly world-renowned. Huck Finn and friends brought the Southern US accent firmly into the literary world. And so much more.
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Time travel: Mark Twain style. When an American engineer is knocked out cold he's somehow transported back to ancient England. While his modern talents amaze in the past, will modernisation really bring King Arthur and co. peace and harmony?
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Think you're the only one who found German tricky to learn? Think again. Twain's hilarious account of his own efforts will surely resonate.
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A historical switcheroo? When Henry VIII's son Prince Edwards swaps lives with a London street urchin, both get a new perspective on how the other half live.
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Twain's seminal novel, in part inspired by his own childhood. Like its companion novel, 'Huckleberry Finn' Tom's high adventures and tall tales are an American classic. Oh, and this one involves the 'fence whitewashing' story.
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'It's a dog's life' – or so the saying goes. But this book, written from a canine perspective, takes a look of some of the most curious creatures in existence: humans.
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An intriguing short story about the nature of mankind; through the medium of an intergenerational discussion.
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Not so much a book as an insight into Twain's psyche at one of his lowest points. This collection of essays, published after his death, details the author's innermost thought on everything from religion to morality,
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Another darkly-toned tale, published after Twain's demise, which touches upon the existence of God, Man, and the nature of reality itself.
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