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World Classics Library: Mark Twain - The Adventures of Tom Sawyer The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn The Prince and the Pauper - cover

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World Classics Library: Mark Twain - The Adventures of Tom Sawyer The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn The Prince and the Pauper

Mark Twain

Publisher: Arcturus Publishing

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"The first truly American writer, and all of us since are his heirs."- William Faulkner on Mark TwainThis beautiful hardback collection brings together Mark Twain's formative and most celebrated novels. His rich humor and powerful social criticism have made him perennially popular and his roguish heroes have captured the hearts of readers for over a century. Includes:• The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn• The Adventures of Tom Sawyer• The Prince and the Pauper ABOUT THE SERIES: The World Classics Library series gathers together the work of authors and philosophers whose ideas have stood the test of time. Perfect for bibliophiles, these gorgeous jacketed hardbacks are a wonderful addition to any bookshelf.

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