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Mark Twain
   wrote   
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Mark Twain
   said   
"I Didn't Attend the Funeral, but I Sent a Nice Letter Saying I Approved of It."
Mark Twain
   wrote   
Tom Sawyer
Mark Twain
   is a pen name of   
Samuel Langhorne Clemens
Mark Twain
   said   
"Against the Assault of Laughter Nothing Can Stand"
American Humorist / writer
Mark Twain
   said   
"Laughter is the Greatest Weapon We Have and We, As Humans, Use It the Least"
American Humorist / writer
Mark Twain
   was born on   
November 30, 1835
American humorist, writer and satirist
Mark Twain
   wrote   
The Prince and the Pauper
Mark Twain
   wrote   
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Published 1876
Mark Twain
   owned a cat called   
Pestilence
"If animals could speak the dog would be a a blundering outspoken fellow, but the cat would have the rare grace of never saying a word too much." - Mark Twain
Mark Twain
   lifespan was   
1835-1910
American writer, author of Tom Sawyer, born Samuel Longhorne Clemens
Mark Twain
   said   
"All Kings is Mostly Rapscallions"
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Mark Twain
   owned a cat called   
Beelzebub
Mark Twain
   owned a cat called   
Buffalo Bill
A Tramp Abroad, The Gilded Age, Pudd’nhead Wilson
   are all   
Books by Mark Twain
Mark Twain National Forest
   is situated in   
Missouri
Mark Twain
   wrote   
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
Mark Twain
   wrote   
Pudd'nhead Wilson
Mark Twain
   wrote   
Life on the Mississippi
Mark Twain Didn’t Graduate from Elementary School
   is   
True
Mark Twain
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Huck and the King of Hearts (1993)
Based on the 1918 book 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn'
Born Samuel Langhorne Clemens, November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910, Born & Died With Halley’s Comet
   are all   
Facts About Mark Twain
Beloved American Humorist and Writer, raised in Hannibal, Missouri right along the banks of the Mississippi River from which he would find the inspiration for many of his stories. , Only 2 of his 7 Siblings Survived Childhood. He became a steamboat pilot, which rewarded him with about $250 per month – the equivalent of about &155,000 today. When his dream about his brother’s death on one of the Steamboats came true about a month later, Twain joined parapsychology groups, but was guilt-stricken over his brother’s death for life.
1910
   was the year   
Mark Twain Died
4/21. Came into this world with Halley's Comet (1835); left the next time it showed up, as he predicted.
Mark Twain
   said   
"I Am Pushing Sixty, That is Enough Exercise for Me."
Mark Twain
   said   
"I Was Gratified to Be Able to Answer Promptly. I Said I Don't Know."
Mark Twain
   wrote   
Letters from the Earth
Mark Twain
   said   
"A Classic is Something That Everybody Wants to Have Read and Nobody Wants to Read"
American humorist and writer
Mark Twain
   said   
"Be Good and You Will Be Lonesome"
American humorist and writer
Mark Twain
   said   
"Cauliflower is Nothing but Cabbage With a College Education"
American humorist and writer
Mark Twain
   said   
"Everybody Talks About the Weather, but Nobody Does Anything About It"
American humorist and writer
Mark Twain
   said   
"History May Not Repeat Itself, but It Does Rhyme a Lot"
American humorist and writer
Mark Twain
   said   
"I Respect a Man Who Knows How to Spell a Word More Than One Way"
American humorist and writer
Mark Twain
   said   
"Name the Greatest of All Inventors. Accident"
American humorist and writer
Mark Twain
   said   
"The Rule is Perfect: in All Matters of Opinion Our Adversaries Are Insane"
American humorist and writer
Mark Twain
   said   
"There is an Old-time Toast Which is Golden for Its Beauty: "When You Ascend the Hill of Prosperity May You Not Meet a Friend”"
American humorist and writer
Mark Twain
   said   
"Truth is the Most Valuable Thing We Have. Let Us Economize It"
American humorist and writer
Mark Twain
   said   
"You Can Tell German Wine from Vinegar by the Label"
American humorist and writer
Mark Twain
   wrote   
The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County
Samuel Longhorn Clemens, 1835-1910
Mark Twain
   wrote   
Was It Heaven? Or Hell?
Mark Twain
   wrote   
The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg
1900
Mark Twain
   created the character   
Aunt Polly
1876 Tom Sawyer
Hadleyburg
   was created by   
Mark Twain
From the story "The Man Who Corrupted Hadleyburg"
Jackson's Island
   was created by   
Mark Twain
Mississippi River island where Huck meets Jim, the runaway slave, from "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn", 1884
Abblasource
   was created by   
Mark Twain
Village about 10 miles south of the Valley of Holiness, "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court"
Mark Twain
   wrote   
Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven
Mark Twain
   wrote   
The Stolen White Elephant
Mark Twain
   wrote   
My Late Senatorial Secretaryship
Mark Twain
   said   
"Last Week I Stated This Woman Was the Ugliest Woman I Had Ever Seen, I Have Since Been Visited by Her Sister and Now Wish to Withdraw That Statement"
Mark Twain
   said   
"Be Careful About Reading Health Books, You May Die of a Misprint."
Mark Twain
   uttered the last words   
"Good-bye. If We Meet … "
Said to his daughter in 1910






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