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Mark Twain is known to be the father of American novels, he is best known for his novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn written in 1885. The book was very good, it stated that they thought this was simply just a chapter of English history. When reading this book the writing was hard to understand. This book shows a lesson to people who are more wealthier than others, because in the book Tom Canty who at one point was struggling with life, still managed to achieve fame worldly. In the book, the prince learned the feeling of what being treated like a hobo. Which makes him a better person and teaches him how to treat others just like he wants to be treated. The Prince and the Pauper understood to be a classic about these two boys. The Prince of Wales and the son of Henry VIII, Edward Taylor, and Tom Canty, a pauper born to the lowest of society sixteenth century Tudor, England. Although the boys were born and raised in two different places, they were born on the same day. Tom grew up in Offal Court, where he suffered on a daily basis. The only the escape he has is through books that were given to him by Father Andrew. All of this lead him to Westminster, where he then saw the prince at the gates of the palace. Eventually he waves for Tom to come inside the palace, while in the Prince’s room they switch clothes and stories. After all that Edward noticed a bruise on Tom’s hand and decides to demand justice. Because Edward is still in Tom’s clothes they mistake him for pauper and throw him out. Leaving Tom stuck inside the palace, with everyone thinking that he is the prince. Until they are able to switch back they have to fake both roles. During this process of Edward having to experience Tom’s life and Tom experiencing what it’s like to hold the throne, Edward (the Prince) learned the true meaning of friendship and the quality of being generous and kind.