“Books are for people who wish they were somewhere else.”
Twain single-handedly created a form of American literature using the themes and colloquial language present in his time. His work helped forever capture the social realities of his day that receive steamed criticisms and provide intellectual fodder even now. With his chronicled works, we can see what life was like for those considered second class in a way that had not yet been done before. If you crave change and progress, you might be a kindred spirit.
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