Huckleberry Finn: Classics in Large Print (Volume 4)
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Título: Huckleberry Finn: Classics in Large Print (...
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Do you love reading and re-reading the most popular stories ever written? But are they hard to read because of your being visually impaired or fading eyesight? You’re not alone. Millions of readers still prefer the joy and comfort of holding a real book in their hands and slowly turning the pages. If that is you, then here’s some good news. Welcome to your discovery of “Classics in Large Print.” This new series, making use of the latest in printing methods for seniors and visually impaired readers, is making available many of the greatest books ever written. Yes. All of these great books are available immediately at reasonable prices. They will arrive in the mail within a few days of your ordering them. Let us know what you think. You can make a difference to this dynamic program. If you have suggestions for books you would like to see in large print, or for improvements to the formatting and printing, please, let us know. Huckleberry Finn, by MarkTwain, is one of the foundational books of American literature. On the surface it is the irrepressible story of a rollicking and entertaining adventure as a young white boy and an African-American slave journey down the mighty Mississippi. Just beneath the surface, however, is a narrative with serious underlying themes: "natural" man versus "civilized" society, the evils of slavery, the innate value and dignity of human beings, the stultifying effects of convention, the superficiality of popular American culture, and, ultimately, the universal story of self-discovery. Order your copy now and enjoy it all over again.About the Author:
Mark Twain, born Samuel Langhorne Clemens, was an American humorist and writer, who is best known for his enduring novels The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, which has been called the Great American Novel. Raised in Hannibal, Missouri, Twain held a variety of jobs including typesetter, riverboat pilot, and miner before achieving nationwide attention for his work as a journalist with The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County. He earned critical and popular praise for his wit and enjoyed a successful career as a public speaker in addition to his writing. Twain s works were remarkable for his ability to capture colloquial speech, although his adherence to the vernacular of the time has resulted in the suppression of his works by schools in modern times. Twain s birth in 1835 coincided with a visit by Halley s Comet, and Twain predicted, accurately, that he would go out with it as well, dying the day following the comet s return in 1910.
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