A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

(New Millennium Library)

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With his characteristic sardonic humor, Mark Twain (1835-1910), lambastes nineteenth-century aristocratic and religious ideals through the 1896 story of Hank MorganÂ's transport back to feudal times. The YankeeÂ's attempt to engineer and enlighten Ar ...Continua
Julian Stahnke
Ha scritto il 29/07/07
German Hilariousness

Mark Twain is hilarious! When the guy from Connecticut fakes to do magic, he always uses ultra-long German compound words as spells. And they’re even printed in black-letter.


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