Twain's Travel Guide

Twain's Travel Guide - Twain's Unorthodox Travel Guide Mark...

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Twain’s Unorthodox Travel Guide Mark Twain’s Life on the Mississippi is an unusual story of any genre of literary piece . While the novel is classified as a travel guide on the Mississippi River, Twain brings his own personal experiences and viewpoints into the book to make the reader question certain ideals . I have come to recognize this novel as a favorite of mine, not only for its uniqueness, but also for its message . I can literally feel what Samuel Clemens felt about his country , his passion, and his ideals through the pages of the story. The one aspect of this novel that I take to heart would be Mark Twain’s depiction of the United States and its Communist Manifesto attitude in his time . For most of the people in the country , the Communist Manifesto was a way of life, and good for the world’s moral fiber . The American Indian needed to be conformed into the culture of the United States of America . For Clemens, his innuendos about how just this ideal is, is glorifying to the common sense of thought
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