Mark Twain Essay | Mark Twain: The Man Behind the Pen

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Mark Twain.
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Mark Twain: The Man Behind the Pen

Summary: Describes the different ways in which Mark Twain incorporates his life into his novels.
A wealth of information can be observed about Mark Twain's personality through the characters he creates. The minutest character can give more information about the author, than a character that is seen throughout the book. Some characters are in a novel as people who give the setting or an over view to have situations make more sense. Other characters are there as a part of the author's subconscious. They are there because at that point to author can relate most to the situation which he has created. They write about it because in their created situation they have so much more power than they do in the real world. They can finally let loose, as Mark Twain did in his novel's especially "Huck Finn"

Mark Twain was a revolutionizing author in American literature. He was the first to write a satire, and the...

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