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The Prince and the Pauper and the Theme of Identity

Summary: An essay about the the theme of identity in "The Prince and the Pauper," by Mark Twain.
Do not judge a book by its cover. Can a cliché pertain to real life and one's identity? In The Prince in the Pauper one's identity was extremely important. The Price displayed how rags could not prove him a king, the pauper showed how wearing fine garments held him in a high position, and from these two examples expressions can be formed to speculated relations between each other and the main theme of this novel. How clothes make the man, how appearance can be deceiving and how one should not judge a book by its cover are all expressions that the prince and pauper have shown throughout the story. When the Prince, Edward, lived in his home as the Prince of Wales he was always dressed in nice clothes. Then once he was put into rags he was automatically...

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