Mark Twain Faith Tardeep Jacqueline

Mark Twain

Mark Twain is a pseudonym of Samuel Langhorne Clemens. Clemens was an humorist, journalist, lecturer, and novelist and was internationally famous for his works to be recognized, especially for his adventure works.

How He Affect Society

Clement was a popular public figure and was a popular, beloved figure.

His Impact On Society

From a hundred years from his death, his books' value never lessened. Mark Twain quotes on politics and human nature. Amongst other authors and novelist, he is well known for his as a humorist and his works on dark humor. He able to have his jokes not be on the period of time, but universal for other to laugh in any centuries.

Huckleberry Fin a deep and proudfound impact. Twain still remains as one of the most important writers who based on their works on race and slavery.

The setting of beginning and end of the book took place in the Mississippi River. This took place during the antebellum (pre-Civil War period) of the United States. Slavery and abolishing ran through the background. In the story, along the Mississippi River, slavery was legal.

The story surrounds a boy of age 14 and is named Huckleberry Fin. He tells his life through his own perception of the nineteenth century. The book also covers on the changes of America's growth and its slavery.


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