Essay about The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn By Mark Twain

2331 Words Jan 12th, 2015 10 Pages
The experiences that someone will undergo in the course of their life will have a significant impact on their thoughts. Samuel L. Clemens, born on November 30 1835, has written several well-known pieces of literature. His most famous books were The adventures of Tom Sawyers and its sequel Adventures of Huckleberry Finn which is commonly named among the Great American Novels. These novels are known as an inspiration for all modern American literature. Clemens is well known due to these books; however, he does not use his real name. The world knows him by his pen name, Mark Twain was born in Florida, though Hannibal was very impressionable to him since it was his home from the age of four to 17. Hannibal was a great inspiration to Mark Twain as the imagery in his books which were similar to the scenery in Hannibal. Later on in Mark Twain’s life, when he was pursuing his career, he went through several professions. Mark Twain was a journalist, lecturer, entrepreneur and for the most part of his life, a riverboat pilot. However, his career was cut short due to the civil war. Mark Twain also had a strong passion towards literature as a large part of his adult hood. Mark Twain wrote a large number of pieces of literature; however two books in particular led to his success, as they became his most popular and are his most well known works today. Mark Twain’s book Adventures of Huckleberry Finn revolves around a boy named Huckleberry Finn who is addressed as just Huck throughout the…

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