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by Mark Twain
A Tramp Abroad
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This ironic, witty and extremely informative story about the American journey through the Old World captivated the readers and spread in a huge circulation. And Mark Twain himself, who first tried his hand in the genre of travel notes, came to the conclusion that anyone who has been living in a corner of the world for a century will never learn tolerance, will not be able to look at life broadly and sensibly. Almost one hundred and fifty years after the release of his book, it is difficult to disagree with him....
Number of pages: ~ 534 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 3.9/5

by Mark Twain
The Mysterious Stranger
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In the small town of Ezeldorf, in Austria, three friends meet a stranger. The stranger captivates the guys with his unusual tricks, stories and during the conversation it suddenly turns out that the stranger is ... an angel. The story “The Mysterious Stranger” was conceived by Mark Twain in three different versions, but he did not finish any of them....
Number of pages: ~ 194 pages
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by Mark Twain
Sketches New and Old
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In the collection “Sketches New and Old”, which includes short stories written at the turn of the 70s, the satirical denunciation of the glaring contradictions of American society and the ruthless and fierce competition in it continues. In a satirically sharpened, contrasting picture, the writer characterizes, in his own words, "the gap between the due and the existing." He created a whole gallery of satirical portraits of American "businessmen of the church" selling oil, cotton, speculators on the grain exchange, figures of the American Bible Society, accomplices of bankers Morgan and Dupon....
Number of pages: ~ 400 pages
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by Mark Twain
The Innocents Abroad
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This ironic, witty and extremely informative story about the American journey through the Old World captivated the readers and spread in a huge circulation. And Mark Twain himself, who first tried his hand in the genre of travel notes, came to the conclusion that anyone who has been living in a corner of the world for a century will never learn tolerance, will not be able to look at life broadly and sensibly. Almost one hundred and fifty years after the release of his book, it is difficult to disagree with him....
Number of pages: ~ 685 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 3.8/5

by Mark Twain
A Dog's Tale
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The Dog's Story is one of the most sentimental works in world literature. You have to have a really callous heart so that your eyes do not get wet when reading this small piece. Told on behalf of the dog, this story is about the love and devotion of a defenseless animal, which the human race does not justify and does not deserve....
Number of pages: ~ 55 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 2.5/5

by Mark Twain
Life on the Mississippi
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The childhood of Mark Twain passed in the town of Hannibal on the banks of the famous Mississippi, the love of which the great writer kept for life. After the death of his father in 1847, a teenager was forced to enter the typography as a typesetter, and at the age of twenty he sailed as a pilot on a steamboat. In 1883  Twain writes "Life on the Mississippi", in which one can already feel the loss of the inherent cheerfulness of the author. The free element of the river corresponds to the internal state of the hero, and it seems that man exists in unity with nature and civilization. But the...
Number of pages: ~ 167 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.5/5

The Prince and the Pauper
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Grade 2-5-Jim Weiss offers a fast-paced, entertaining storyteller's version of Mark Twain's classic about a prince and a pauper who trade places and, in the process, become decent souls who help the unfortunate and those who have been wronged. Although this abridged version of the wonderful classic loses some of Twain's rich prose and knack for plot twists, Weiss gives a spirited performance that might encourage young listeners to read Twain's book. The story revolves around two 12-year-old boys who resemble each other physically, but lead extremely different lives. Prince Edward resides in a...
Number of pages: ~ 120 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.4/5

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
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In the book about the adventures of Tom Sawer the writer, using great skills, shows us the everyday-life of an American small town in 40s of the 19th century. Thanks to the thrilling story and excellent humor, this book is loved by readers from all over the world....
Number of pages: ~ 439 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.5/5