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Luck, An Analysis

Summary: Discusses the Mark Twain story, Luck. Provides a plot analysis and explores major themes in the story.
Mark Twains story "Luck" reveals a man's public image and his true nature. The main charter who is also static characters Lieutenant-General Lord Arthur Scoresby, an English military man who conquers his military examination by utter luck. An addition static character is the clergyman or the Revered, who inform Scoresby an abundance of information, so Scoresby will be unsuccessful in his examination by an inkling portion. The apologue originate when Scoresby must take military examination at his military academy Woolwich. Even though Scoresby lacks of the proper knowledge, he succeeds in his examination thru absolute luck. He is only asked questions he knows and "gazette to a captaincy in the marching regiment." The theme of the story is that luck can be a factor in life, so that even if one is incompetent but lucky, one can still succeed. The success and the theme of the story...

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