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The Mark Twain 6 Books Collection Box Set - Fiction - Hardback
The Mark Twain 6 Books Collection Box Set - Fiction - Hardback
The Mark Twain 6 Books Collection Box Set - Fiction - Hardback
The Mark Twain 6 Books Collection Box Set - Fiction - Hardback

The Mark Twain 6 Books Collection Box Set - Fiction - Hardback

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Product Code: B2D5752

ISBN: 9781804455548

Titles in this set:
  1. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
  2. Tom Sawyer Abroad & Tom Sawyer, Detective
  3. The Prince & The Pauper
  4. Pudd'nhead Wilson & The Mysterious Stranger
  5. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
  6. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
A hero to his friend and a troublemaker for others, Tom Sawyer is one of Mark Twain's most iconic characters of all times.

Tom lives in the imaginary town of St. Petersburg, Missouri, along with Aunt Polly and half-brother Sid. Tom is not fond of school but loves all kinds of adventures and, of course, Becky Thatcher.

Throughout the novel, Tom gets involved in all kinds of events-from convincing others to do his job to creating chaos in the church witnessing the murder of Dr Robinson, testifying against the murderer in court, playing pirate, attending his own funeral and utimately discovering treasure with Huckleberry Finn.

The novel is indeed a celebration of youth and mischief in the truest sense.

Tom Sawyer Abroad & Tom Sawyer, Detective
Tom Sawyer Abroad. published in 1894. is a classic fantasy fiction by Mark Twain. It features Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn in a satire of adventure stories similar to Jules Verne's' classic adventure novel.

Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn set on a course of extraordinary adventures around the world. This joyous adventure novel brings back Twain's beloved characters-Tom Sawyer, Huck Finn, and the freed slave Jim-for a balloon trip across the globe.

Tom Sawyer, Detective is a mystery about stolen diamonds and a twin brother, long presumed dead. The twin-Jake Dunlap-is a thief and an escaped convict who teamed up with two other scoundrels to steal a couple of diamonds worth thousands of dollars.

So, settle down with a cup of hot beverage on your couch and set off on a journey abroad with Tom Sawyer. It promises to be a thrilling ride.

The Prince & The Pauper
The who to the story was throne born revolves of on the England around same two and day as boys, Ireland, the Prince and prince a and Edward pauper, was heir Tom identical Canty. apparent in appearance, It is the events that take place when they end up swapping places with each other, that forms the body of the narrative This bizarre incident leads to adventures unimaginable! It is also a social satire on the conventions, evils and injustices of that age.

Pudd'nhead Wilson & The Mysterious Stranger
Pudd'nhead Wilson is a must read for all satire admirers. Written by one of America's best humourists and writers, Mark Twain, the novel tells us the story of a man who re-establishes his lost reputation and honour by investigating and exposing a murder committed by the most important citizen of a town. It highlights issues such as slavery and racism rampant in American society during the first half of the 19"h century. Will good win over evil?

The Mysterious Stranger, on the other hand. published posthumously, is full of twists and thrills. It tells us about the adventures of Biblical Satan's nephew and brings in dark religious themes in a thrilling manner, and highlights the ignorance of humankind.

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
Hank Morgan. a skilled mechanic from the 19"" century New England, awakens in King's Arthur's Camelot after a head injury. Unperturbed, and having convinced the court and the populace that he is a powerful: sorcerer, Hank embarks on modernizing Camelot with electricity gunfire, the telegraph, and other 19" century amenities While bringing the ugliness of feudalism and slavery to the fore, the narrative also tries to create a utopian vision of the world.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Mark Twain's hugely popular work. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. is about all the shenanigans that young Huck gets up to. The young vagrant escapes widow Douglas and her rules, as well as his alcoholic father by faking his death. He meets Jim, a runaway slave on an island along the Mississippi river. Joining hands. the pair float down the river on a raft, meet fraudsters and come up with hilarious and subtly ironic scenarios as they navigate the world of humansThey are joined on their escapades by Tom Sawyer The author uses the story to highlight slavery, America of the 19% century, and how slaves were treated.


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