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Career Bio Mark Twain or rather Samuel Clemens wrote stories based upon the unconventional West and the popularity of his work marked the end of the domination of American literature by new England writers He is justly renown as a humorist but by the other others of that time not much more than that He portrayed American subjects in a humorous and poetic language and his adherence to American themes settings and language set him apart from many of the writers of his day In Twains later writings around 1890-1900 his books are marked by growing pessimism and bitterness brought on by the death of his wife and two children In his later years he wrote less but became a celebrity and often times would travel across the country and speak out on public issues Characters Narrator-A man of great knowledge who was Busted atop his head and awoke in the 6th century He immediately begins to astound people with his knowledge and tuns the late 500s into the late 1800s He has a hatred towards chivalry and puts an end to it and creates an almost perfect Republic in England without slavery or knights in shining armor Sandy-The woman whom the narrator marries from the medieval times She was rescued by him from a ogre castle which tuned out to be a Pig Farm She becomes the bearer of his child and companion for him to talk to Clarence-A young boy whom was sent to assist the narrator while he was in prison He is originally like an errand boy but the narrator grows fond of him like a son He becomes like his assistant and informs him of what goes on in the land and later what is the current news with all of his inventions in England Merlin- The great Wizard
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