Mark Twain Essay | Mark Twain: American Author

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Mark Twain.
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Mark Twain: American Author

Summary: This essay deals with the American author Mark Twain and how his writing reflects the idealism of American wit and humor; with examples from Huckleberry Finn, Puddn'head Wilson, and the Prince and the Pauper.
Thomas Jefferson Snodgrass, Josh, Muggins, Soleather, Grumbler, Sieur Louis de Conte, and Samuel Langhorne Clemens, have published novels, short stories, novellas, journals, essays, memoirs, autobiographies and dramas (O'Neill 349). Yet the aforementioned names have a great significance to which they all belong. These are the pseudonyms of not the greatest, one of the finest American authors of the Twentieth Century who wrote under the pen name- Mark Twain (Hemmingway 78). Being a novelist, Mark Twain mastered the art of characterization. His characters are his greatest literary achievement and something of his method of characterization may be learned from a passage he wrote in 1907

"Every man is in his own person the whole human race, with not a detail lacking. I am the whole human race without a detail lacking; I have studied the human race with diligence and strong interest all these years in my own person; in...

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