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In the end, I guess it wasn't really the book I expected it to be.
In the novel, A Connecticut in King Arthur's Court, Mark Twain shows the differences between modern society, and sixth century Great Britain.
It is a fascinating account of both Twain's life and one of the greatest rivers in the world, the Mississippi.
I am taking a class on Mark Twain. I had to read this so I ordered it on my kindle. Delivery was quick and easy. No complaintsPublished 11 hours ago by gatorgirl22
This is a classic. Twain's descriptions of the river are incredible. No way to have written about this without actually living it.Published 1 day ago by Duane Mellinger
My significant other read this book and it is the first he has read in years, so it must be good. He reports that it is very applicable to modern day politics.Published 3 days ago by Jan
Okay, I am the unwashed few who just do not like this book, never finished itPublished 3 days ago by Honkwomp
Mark Twain is the penultimate American writer at a time when America was just finding her premier place globally.Published 4 days ago by Joyce Craft
Perhaps it is reflection of the time in which this was written, but the book meanders leisurely like the river it is based on; and sometimes it seems endless and too riven with... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Vinay Capila
Well written. Twain addresses many issues most people dont know about CamelotPublished 11 days ago by paul jackson
Returned since it was only 1 book vs the whole set as in the picturePublished 15 days ago by Amy A. McCormick