Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc

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SKU / ISBN No 9788190732628
Product Title Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc
Publisher Campfire
Author Mark Twain
Publication Year 2013
Edition New Edition
Weight 170 gms
Binding Paper Back
Exam Reference General Books
Age Group Ages 13+

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About the Author: Twain was born in Florida, Missouri on 30th November 1835. He grew up in the town of Hannibal on the Mississippi River, which would eventually serve as the basis for the place where Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn would live. Twain tried turning his hand to many different professions throughout his life, but continued writing all the while. His first job was as a printer's apprentice and, during this time, he met a famous steamboat captain who convinced him to become a pilot. After two years of training, he acquired his license and began traversing the mighty Mississippi as the pilot of a steamboat. It was a dangerous and lucrative form of employment. Twain grew up in Missouri at a time when it was a slave state. After the American Civil War broke out, he became a strong supporter of emancipation, and staunchly believed that the slave trade should be abolished. Though he began as a comic writer, the tribulations he faced in his personal life perhaps served to turn him into a serious, even pessimistic, writer in his later years. He lost his wife and two daughters, and his ill-fated life never really allowed him to recover. Twain passed away in 1910, but he is still one of the best-loved writers around the world.

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