An enduringly popular work by Twain, this book mocks the Christian Science Church and pokes fun at its founder Mary Baker Eddy. Established in late 19th-century, the church propounded the belief of healing through prayer and greatly relied on the power of human imagination. Twain has brilliantly employed wit, humour, and satire to voice his views. Highly illuminating!
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - quantum_flapdoodle - LibraryThing
Twain turns his acerbic wit to examining what was then a new religion on the American scene. He uses Mary Baker Eddy's own words to demonstrate that Christian Science is vacuous, fatuous, and ... Read full review
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For some reason I thought there was more to this book than just the Christian Science piece. I was wrong. Part literary criticism, part religious debunking... I don't know about this one. The first ... Read full review