Chelsea House Publishers, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 262 pages
In a single, eye-opening volume, Mark Twain, Updated Edition presents complex critical analyses of this author s work. Born Samuel Langhorne Clemens, Twain, a novelist, humorist, journalist, and orator, is renowned for his wit, wisdom, and keen social commentary. He is not only one of the most quoted and widely read American authors, but his life and work continue to generate biographical and critical interest today. Bringing together a selection of the best criticism available, Harold Bloom breaks down the intricacies of Twain s work and analyzes the ideas presented in clear, accessible language.
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