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Mark Twain
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  • Genre: Biographies
  • Date of first publication: 1892
  • Number of pages: ~ 230
  • Amazon Rating ~ 4.4/5

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Mark Twain
The literary heritage of Mark Twain entered the treasury of world culture, becoming the property of working mankind.
Over the fifty-year period of his literary work, Mark Twain, a satirist and humorist, created an amazing picture of the people's life in depth, breadth and dynamism.
Despite the obstacles that the ruling class of the United States repaired for him, fighting and suffering, overcoming his own mistakes, Mark Twain courageously performed the duty of a citizen writer and defended the truth in works published after his death. All the best that was created by Mark Twain, reflects the hopes, suffering and protest of the broad masses of his homeland. This connection of Twain the artist with the struggling people determined the strengths of the writer's work, made him one of the most prominent representatives of critical realism.

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