July 1, 2024

Mark Twain (nov 30, 1835 – 0h 58min, apr 21, 1910 y)


Mark Twain, pseudonym for Samuel Langhorne Clemens, born November 30, 1835 in Florida, Missouri, died April 21, 1910 in Redding, Connecticut, was an American writer, reporter, and journalist. Mark Twain was a pilot on river boats in 1857–1861 and got his literary breakthrough in 1865. He is best known for the novels Tom Sawyer's adventure from 1876 and Huckleberry Finn's adventure from 1884. In addition to novels, he also wrote travel books, short stories and social-critical reports on contemporary corruption and class distinctions

Tom sawyver
1. Toms miserability comes from the fact that he has to go to school again after the weekend.
2. I would be lying if I said that I havenät felt like Tom, however in the end I just end up sucking it up and end up going to school.
3. Tom pretends that his toe is mortified, Sid seemed concerned about the situation. The aunt was scared, but after realizing the true she was relieved.
4. She tied one end of silk thread fast to Tom’s tooth with a loop and tied the other to the bed-post. Then she seized the chunk of fire and suddenlt thrust it almost into the boy’s face.
5. He became the center of the fascination and homage because of the the gap in his upper row of teeth.
6. While I can’t think of a particular occurence of which It was needed to lie to prevent from doing something that I didn’t want to do. I most certainly can confirm that I have done it and in the seemingly future will continue to do so. The most common situation would be lying through the phone to friends when I didn’t want to participate their activites.

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19 Feb 2019


nov 30, 1835
0h 58min, apr 21, 1910 y
~ 74 years