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Samuel Langhorne Clemens (November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910), better known by the pen name Mark Twain, was an American author and humorist. He is most noted for his novels Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, which has since been called the Great American Novel.
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In general, he was criticizing Cooper's writing. However, he did think that Cooper presented Indians as more noble than they actually were. Twain frequently demonized Native Americans, calling them drunk or degraded, while Cooper romanticized them at times. Please see the related links for further…
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I wouldn't say that Mark Twain was part of any literary movement at all. He wrote during both the Romantic and Realist periods in American Literature, but I'd say his novels and stories don't fall into either of those categories. Twain is better known for his use of colloquial speech (commonly refer…
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Huck Finn Huck is a child of the country, therefore he is uncivilized, unschooled and he has a childlike way of cutting to the heart of a subject. The Widow Douglas and Miss Watson are kindly older women who are of the upper levels of society. As they take Huck in and try to civilize him it goes ag…
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Answer I believe he was buried in the Woodlawn Cemetery in Elmira NY...
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Mark Twain died of heart failure on April 21, 1910.
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Mark Twin was referring to Swedish Sunset as a metaphor. Swedish sunset (due to Sweden's geographical location) is thought to be one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. Hence the comparison. The name Mark Twain means the river was two fathoms deep.
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It is an 84%, which would be a B in most grading systems, a respectable grade.
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Well, a true friend is someone you are very close too, whether it's sexually, or whether your just best mates. A true friend doesn't laugh at you just because you have a pink coat or your gay. A true friend respects your opinions, and vice-versa.
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The real name of the American author Mark Twain is Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835 - 1910).
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he mostly wrote lyric poems
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There is no genealogical evidence that Mark Twain and Roger Clemens are related. Mark Twain's real name was Samuel Langhorne Clemens.
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Answer 1: Some people believe this book to be racist. I don't believe it to be racist, even though I am black. I believe this book is simply using the dialogue that was used at the time that it was written. It wasn't Mark Twain's fault that America was the way that it was when he wrote the book. A…
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Most of those are commemorative 'rip-offs' and have little or no value to anyone but a MacArthur collectors
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Depends on where you were after WW2. Most of Europe was in ruins and people were without homes, food, and were looking for relatives. The United States was better off since the war wasn't fought in the states. Where there is war there is destruction and death.
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Answer Tom Sawyer is a fictional character in the novel The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer written by Mark Twain.  He is the main character of the classic novel.
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On the website "abebooks" (which is a site for the buying and selling of just about every kind and age of book, including rare ones) there is one such book in "fine" condition being offered for $4,500. Go there and search Samuel Clemens and Tom Sawyer and you'll see it. You will also see one Mark Tw…
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Answer Hi, In my book it list only; signed books & autographs/Twain, Mark. signed w/ photograph (no date) .....$1,750. Then I've got a, Twain. Celebrated Jumping Frog, under literature at....$750.00.. You may want to go to this guys website and ask directly.. Paul Melzer Rare Books & A…
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be contented 4 who and whAT U are... don't judge people by their utward appearances
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Mark Hamill has defended the prequel trilogy, however, he has stated that he thinks the original trilogy had more humor. He is most well-known for playing Luke Skywalker in Star Wars.
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Although Sam "Mark Twain" Clemens was one of the most photographed personalities of the 19th century, those photos were all black and whites, making determination of Clemens' eye color difficult. There are painted portraits of Clemens that show his eyes a light blue, but this does not appear to matc…
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The First Published Book Of Tom Sawyer Was Published in English On June 9, 1876 By Elisha Bliss.
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Character List Edward Tudor, Prince of WalesThe main character, the prince referred to in the title of the novel. Having spent his entire life in the confines of the royal apartments, he has daydreamed about the freedom experienced by boys such as Tom Canty.Tom CantyThe other main character of the …
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Huckleberry Finn satirized much of the commonplace society mores of the pre-war South. For example, the Widow Douglas wouldn't let Huck smoke, but "she took snuff, too." He also satirized the racial bigotry commonplace at the time, and relations between rich people and poor people. Huck Finn also c…
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The Gilded Age was a period of great economic boom in American history and brought the rise of large corporations in the market. It is widely (and wrongly) believed to be a period of laissez-faire capitalism, where the government would neither help nor hinder the free market. However, this is an i…
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according to the article at this link; langdon (died age 2), suzy, Clara and jean.http://www.marktwainhouse.org/theman/bio.shtml
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S.W. Silver was a company in the Cornhill district of London. They seem to have been active in the 1840's to 1860's (certainly may have been around much longer, but this period has the most references) They were an outfitter and contractor for clothes and supplies for emigrants to Australia and for …
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The painting evokes out the laboring of much of humanity using the symbolism of a laborer leaning upon his hoe, burdened by his work, but receiving little rest and reward.
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She takes him into a closet.
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Samuel Langhorne Clemens as Mark Twain (his pen name for many publications)
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tom sawyer was written in 1980
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because of the relevance...... yuhhh
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Samuel Langhorne Clemens is Mark Twain's real name.
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yOU SHOULD KNOW IF YOU READ THE BOOK WHY ARE YOU GOOGLEING IT??
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Mark Twain was born on November 30, 1835.
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A trademark is a symbol of ownership which recognizes a brand/logo. For example Microsoft may have a trademark for Xbox stopping anyone from using the 'Xbox' name or 'Microsoft' name.
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The real name of the American author Mark Twain was Samuel Langhorne Clemens (1835 - 1910).
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Tom Sawyer got a Bible by showing Mr. Walters that he had almost all of the tickets, and Mr. Walters gave him a Bible because he wanted to look good in front of Mr. Thatcher. He traded stuff he'd been given to the kids for their tickets so he could cheat and gets his bible. Mark Twain draws "A curt…
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Ellipsis points, yes. They are the three dots (or four, at the end of a sentence) used to indicate an omission from a quoted passage, like this: We shall go on to the end, we shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, ... we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the land…
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An effigy built by witnesses on a location to which a divine mirracle manifested by buddha occurred.
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Answer He's a person who had a hard time as a young boy. And he was a writing articles for newspaper. Answer He did considerably better under the pseudonym Mark Twain. His novels The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer were key contributions to early American liter…
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he loved his children and admired them all but susy was his favorite one and when she died he was really sad
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As a consummate curmudgeon Mark Twain used satire, irony, hyperbole - almost every literary device in his works. Satire was his forte. His own rather tragic life, eclectic work history, and wide ranging experiences shaped his acidic views on human affairs, It is impossible to read any of his works w…
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the answer is Samuel L . Clemens
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Huckleberry Finn
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Tom Sawyer - The novel's protagonist. Tom is a mischievous boy with an active imagination who spends most of the novel getting himself, and often his friends, into and out of trouble. Despite his mischief, Tom has a good heart and a strong moral conscience. As the novel progresses, he begins to take…
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Mark Twain was a famous writer. He was the author of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and much more. He also wrote the Prince and The Pauper. he also published a biography of president Ulysses S Grant. He was a writer and a humorist. Samuel Langhorne Clemens (Novem…
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The author John Steinbeck wrote about a variety of subjects. However, he often wrote about people of limited means, and how they worked hard to earn money.
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When Mark Twain was born, Halley's comet was striking across the sky. He once said, "It will be the greatest disappointment of my life if I don't go out with Halley's comet." He died of a heart attack a day after it appeared for the second time in his lifetime.
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Mark Twain was born in Florida, Missouri on November 30, 1835. His real name was Samuel Langhorne Clemens. He used "Mark Twain" as his pen name. He died in Redding, Connecticut on April 21, 1910.
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Three of the Clemens children died before marrying - Lampton, Susan (Susy) and Jean. Clara did marry and had one daughter, Nina, who is dead with no children. There are no living descendants of Mark Twain. Update: There is now DNA evidence that Mark Twain does have a great granddaughter, child of…
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On February 2, 1870, Mark Twain wed Olivia Langdon (known as "Livy"). That marriage, considered by many to be one of the literary world's most famous love matches, lasted until Livy's death in June, 1904.
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Yolande Cornelia 'Nikki' Giovanni graduated with honors from Fisk University. After that, she attended the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University.
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Answer Tom Sawyer is the main character. Aside: There is also some humour in the title. "Adventures" were generally reserved for "important people" a role which a young orphaned boy growing up along the Missouri could hardly lay claim to.
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Huckleberry Finn does not have a lot of faith and does not really have any affinity for religion. He is told that prayer will allow him what he wants.
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Samuel Langhorne Clemens, under the pen name of Mark Twain.
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Samuel Clemens and mark twain are the same person.
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No. It is hard to understand how any reader could miss the relentless contempt for racism that characterizes Huckleberry Finn. If a reader doesn't get Mark Twain's constant, brilliant, and bitter commentary on racism in America, it seems only fair to ask: Is there any part of this surpassing triumph…
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his real name is Bill Henry go down keep going stop Na his name is Mark Henry
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try chapters 10 - 15. they are filled with superstitions.
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He likes Becky Thatcher. They get 'engaged' the next day, but Tom ruins it by saying he was already 'engaged' with Amy Laurence. Towards the end of the book, they make up and get stuck in a cave together and then Becky feels she is going to die, but doesn't because Tom finds a way out and that's abo…
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In the area surrounding the Mississippi River in Missouri, and on the river itself.St. Petersburg, Missouri
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Samual Langhorne Clemens (AKA:Mark Twain ) wrote: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Answer: ... and: 1601, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, A Dog's Tale, A Double Barrelled Detective Story, A Horse'sTale, Alonzo Fitz and Other Stories, Captain Stormfield's Vi…
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He was an orphan and apprentice silversmith.
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Mark twain is famous for books like huckleberry finn and the adventures of tom sawyer.
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Moved to Winnchestertonville,IO
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sappear into their rooms. Doors and lips shut and we become strangers in our own home." This line from the poem is true for most teenagers. Lots of teens I know run to their rooms slam there doors and then its almost like you don't know them anymore. ( You change people don't get you any nad the par…
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Huckleberry means something insignificant or small, and "Finn" refers to a childhood friend of Mark Twains.NOT THE MEANING OF THE NAME, THE MEANING OF THE BOOK!
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Charles Dickens would often walk about on the street to get ideas for his novels. Seeing all of the children having to steal and getting involved with "gangs" helped him write Oliver Twist and as you probably know this became a best seller book and make into many films. Seeing all the people with mo…
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Mark Twain never attended school past elementary school. He did, however, receive honorary doctorate degrees from Oxford and the State University of Missouri.
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On standards compliant USB cables you will find a string of specifications repeated at regular intervals including minimum & maximum operating temperatures & voltages as well as Consumer Standards Association (CSA) reference numbers and other information. The details can vary somewhat by man…
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Mark Twain was important because he informed our country about the things that went on all over the world through his many writings that brought people's attention. He did this by traveling and documenting his observations into a humorous story.
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Samuel Clemens/Mark Twain was an incredible man and had a huge affects on American society that continues to live on today. He re opened America's wounds (civil rights) in his extremely successful novels (especially Huckleberry Finn) and broadened awareness which lead to more action in the civil rig…
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Tom disobeys his Aunt Polly when he jumps the fence and escapes his Aunt before receiving a punnishment. He goes to the swimming hole and rips the collar of his shirt. He tricks other children into whitewashing the fence by making them think that he is privileged to do it, when in reality it was his…
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He was a reporter, a publisher, and a riverboat pilot. http://www.kyrene.k12.az.us/schools/brisas/sunda/great/2jon.htm
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Tom Sawyer is about in fifth or sixth grade. He is about 12 years old.
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roger clemens is a distant cousin to mark twain ,aka. samuel longhorne clemens
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In the Preface of the book, Twain says the story took place thirty or forty years ago. At the bottom of that page, the year is 1876. This means that Tom Sawyer took place between 1836-1846.
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Huckleberry Finn is noted as "Fiction." Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is Adventure/Satire.Picaresque
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