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Words of the Week 17/2015 - Mark Twain

Words of the Week 17/2015

Mark Twain

Samuel Langhorne Clemens (November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910), better known by his pen name Mark Twain, was an American author and humorist. 74 more words


7 Strategies to Beat Writer's Block

Probably the most famous bout of writer’s block infected Mark Twain, who wrote the first half of his sequel to Tom Sawyer, got stuck, and then finished… 1,812 more words

Modern Life

Mark Twain on religion

Samuel Clemens was born in Missouri in 1835 and when he became a writer he adopted the pen name Mark Twain. He was called the father of American literature and died in 1910. 168 more words


Artemis Davidson - Frege: Sense and Reference

Let’s pretend that you didn’t know that Mark Twain was really a man by the name of Samuel Clemens. In such a case, you would be able to easily deduce the truth-value of statements such as, “Mark Twain is the author of… 1,460 more words

Philosophy And Religion

Labels, labels, everywhere, and not a drop to think

Having just finished reading Art Spiegelman’s The Complete Maus, I’ve begun M.T. Anderson’s Feed. In between, bits of conversation seep into my head and swirl amidst the texts and my interpretations. 422 more words


Indie Bookstore Day- item 10 reveal

Our tenth product reveal for Indie Bookstore Day is a limited edition Huck Finn Literary Map! for $7.98.

This wonderful item can only be purchased May 2! At Old Firehouse Books!


''Alright then, I’ll go to hell''

“Alright then, I’ll go to hell.” – Mark Twain, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

Huck has been led to believe it would be sinful to help his friend Jim, a runaway slave.

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