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An entertaining and educational experience you will treasure. He absolutely captivated the audience. It was like Mark Twain was in the room. He has perfected his convincing presentation both in appearance and delivery, and is a delight to work with in planning and execution of the show.

Experience Mark Twain alive on stage. Audiences of all ages enjoy the wit and wisdom of America's great author. Entertainment for all ages. His notable performances as Mark Twain continue to surprise audiences with unique satire, irony and wit. He is perhaps best known for his novels about boyhood life on the Mississippi River in the midth Century: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn , considered to be Twain's greatest contribution to American literature, and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer , both of which were based in part on his adventures as a child along the banks of the Mississippi.

Under the pen name Mark Twain, Clemens published more than 30 works of literature that included satire, historical fiction, short stories, and nonfiction.

In addition to those well-known works, Twain also wrote five travelogues that detailed his experiences in the Western U. Father History reviews and interprets events from the Garden of Eden through the Fall and the Flood, translating the papers of Adam and his descendants.

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Childhood and early occupations. Samuel Langhorne Clemens was born the sixth of seven children in the small village of Florida, Missouri , on November 30th, His father moved the family to Hannibal, when Samuel was four. He spent a large part of his boyhood on the west bank of the Mississippi River.

Like numerous authors of his day, Sam had little formal training.

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His education was earned in the print shops and newspaper offices where he worked as a youth. From to , he continued to work as a humor writer under such pseudonyms as Thomas Jefferson Snodgrass, W. In , Clemens decided to leave Hannibal and travel. During a visit to New Orleans, Louisiana , he persuaded a riverboat captain to teach him his skills. By the spring of , Clemens was a licensed riverboat pilot. He might have remained a pilot if it had not been for the Civil War , which closed the river for a time. After being part of the Confederate Army for just two weeks, he resigned as he referred to his desertion and traveled to Nevada with his brother, an abolitionist whom President Lincoln had appointed as secretary to the territorial governor.

Much like his father, Clemens was prone to dreaming up grandiose schemes for making money, and elected to search the west for silver as war raged in the East. Clemens' career as a prospector and miner was a failure, and he fell back on journalism to make a living. In he went to work with the Virginia City Territorial Enterprise , where his abilities as a reporter and humorist became evident.

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Duel and feud. As a result, he was forced to flee to a friend's cabin in Angels Camp, Tuolumne County. It was in that area of played-out mines inhabited by played-out prospectors that Twain heard the tale of the jumping frog, which became the basis for his humorous short story "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County.

Publication of the Jumping Frog seemed to turn things around for Twain, and his career as a humorist was underway. He not only wrote humorous short stories for magazines and newspapers, but also took an assignment in Hawaii in , as a travel correspondent for the Sacramento Union.

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On his return from Hawaii, Twain made his debut as a lecturer, including in his first brief tour a triumphant return to Virginia City. He then left the West, never to return.

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Fame and fortune. The record of that trip was first written as dispatches to the San Francisco Alta California , and then rewritten as The Innocents Abroad. The young couple first lived in Buffalo, New York , and then, in an effort to be closer to his publisher, Twain and his wife moved to Hartford, Connecticut. It was in Hartford that he wrote his masterpiece, Tom Sawyer. Langdon died of diphtheria in The other children were born between and During that period, he lectured often in the United States and England.

In , Twain's writings turned toward social criticism. He and Hartford Courant publisher Charles Dudley Warner co-wrote The Gilded Age , a novel that attacked political corruption, big business and the American obsession with getting rich that seemed to dominate the era. From to , Twain and his family lived in Hartford. During those years, Twain completed some of his most famous works. Such novels as Tom Sawyer , published in , and Life on the Mississippi , published in , captured his memories of Missouri and American life at that time. Turning his focus to social commentary, Twain wrote The Prince and the Pauper in and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court in , both of which explored class relations and leveled criticism at oppression in general, as well as the period's technological explosion.

In Huckleberry Finn , Twain satirized slavery and spoke strongly against the continued poor treatment of black Americans overall. In , he contracted with Ulysses S. Grant to publish the latter's memoirs; the two-volume set provided large royalties for Grant's widow and was a financial success for Twain as well.

In debt. Although Twain enjoyed financial comfort during his years in Hartford, he made bad investments in new inventions, and was forced into bankruptcy. In an effort to save money and pay off their debts, Twain moved his family to Europe in When his publishing company failed in , Twain was forced to set out on a worldwide lecture tour to earn money.

Unable to return to the place of her death, the Twains never went back to Hartford to live. From until , Twain and his family traveled throughout the world. In , he wrote Following the Equator , which told of European powers' exploitation of weaker governments, which he witnessed during their travels.

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