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The list of things Twain did not say, but everyone thinks he did, is a long one.
I drove out to Hannibal to catch the ceremony at his boyhood home, where a time capsule would be buried in the presence of a Mark Twain impersonator, a beauty queen, and a dozen Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher "ambassadors" dressed in hokumwear.
McFarland, the author of two novels and five nonfiction works, including the most recent, Loves of Harriet Beecher Stowe, offers here a captivating investigation of the similarities and differences between Twain and Roosevelt presented against a backdrop of politics, imperialism, commercialism, and racism of these decades.
Readers will even find firsthand accounts from the "angelfish"--little girls who caught his fancy and became his companions Twain gathered toward the end of his life.
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So upset was Twain by the audience that he added, "By George, the next time I come here I mean to put some cathartic pills in my lecture.
Twain left school to work as a printer's apprentice, where he arranged type for newspaper stories.
H]is domestic essays are standouts, especially one about a servant who talked too much (and whom Twain loved for it).
It is easy to pluck individual utterances by Twain, written over many years and for many occasions, to convey a sense of his enduring piety; but the overwhelming majority of his public writings--and, in particular, those of his writings that he deemed too incendiary for publication in his lifetime--betray a scathing condemnation of both the metaphysical and the ethical foundations of the Christian religion and the repeated failings of Christians to live up to the best features of their faith.
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A major theme that famous and notorious author Mark Twain used in his books was Travel.
Throughout the main bulk of his book, Bush delivers an impressive amplification of these topics, fortified by abundant references that extend outward from Twain's entire (massive) canon and web of relationships to a vast array of critics and scholars, including not only Twain superscholars such as Louis J.
Dan Vogel's Mark Twain's Jews is predicated on a simple question, one I had posed in 1996: Was Mark Twain an antisemite?
Ives describes his marriage with Twain as "loving and tender .