Taming the Bicycle: and Other Essays, Stories, and Sketches (Barnes & Noble Library of Essential Reading)

Taming the Bicycle: and Other Essays, Stories, and Sketches (Barnes & Noble Library of Essential Reading)

Mark Twain


American existence comes below the scrutiny of Mark Twain's wit during this pleasant choice of brief tales. right here, he reviews on politics, schooling, the media, faith, and literature. the real topic of Twain's satire and burlesque is that strangest of all animals, the person. In his novels, trip narratives, tales, essays, and sketches, Twain exposes one of these number of human foibles that one is left both giggling on the folly of human company, blushing with disgrace at human habit, or cursing the gods that may create this sort of foolish animal. Twain does all 3, frequently even as.

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