Pudd'Nhead Wilson

by | Editor: North Books
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Switched at birth by a female slave who fears for her infant son’s life, a light-skinned child changes places with the master’s white son. This simple premise underlies Twain’s engrossing 19th-century tale of reversed identities, an ...Continua
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Ha scritto il 27/11/10
The newborn slave looks white (because he is more than half white). His mother is afraid that her son will be sold down the river, so she switches him with her master's baby of the same age. No one knows the difference but her. She raises them both,...Continua

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