“Mark Twain” the humorist arisen, an author of tall and bizarre stories. He gained recognition with the amusing masterpiece “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County”. When Twain came back from Hawaii, he turned out to be a successful entertaining speaker (Twain, 1).
Twain’s literary standing lies primarily on “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”. Twain created one of the most memorable characters in fiction in the novel. An imaginative hero, unusual boy with a distinctive sense of human principles. The tale of a raft carrying Huck and a runaway slave down the Mississippi allowed Twain to accomplish a genuine portrait of American life in the 19th century. Through his use of commonly verbal language in speech he transformed the language of American literature and used a great influence on many successive American writers (Twain, 1).
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