Tag Archives: Mark Twain

The Chicago of Europe

It is no secret that I’m not a fan of Mark Twain’s work. I have not attempted to conceal this in any way, and actually have been rather up front about it. So, when I was offered a copy of a compliation of some of Twain’s writing, I made darn sure the publisher knew that […]

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Roughing It

In high school my English Language & Literature teacher made me read Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn; I was none too impressed with her for this as I did not care for his writing style. I struggled with every page and have thus held a grudge against the man since. The perfect storm […]

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