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My Book Review on The Mysterious Man Mark Twains fiction novel The Mysterious Man is about an angle that comes to a town in Austria during the Middle Ages The angle goes there to help the priest Father Peter out of a rut which the evil astrologer had put him into The mysterious angle also helps others along the way mostly by killing them to put out their misery The story line is intensely interesting It contains of life threatening situations for some of the characters twisted with soaring imagination The theme is that everything is nothing but a dream The authors style exhibits fantastic foreshadowing metaphors word choice organization and sentence fluency My favorite character is the angle named Satan who is eternal He endures magical powers that allow him to travel through time and space and create whatever he wishes even the future Satan visits the town only when he desires and is known to the public as Philip Traum Traum is German for Dream This false name happens to suite him very well since he works wonders Only three people in the town know what he really is and that he is behind the mischief that has been occurring The three lucky individuals who know Satan are Nickolaus Bauman Seppi Wohlmeyer and Theodor Fischer Theodor is the main character the story is written from his point of view Satan amazed the boys with his magical gifts and entertainment they became friends But these boys could not tell anyone else about what they knew of Satan Satan had the ability to stop them from unleashing his secret He could read and control minds Quite often Satan would answer a question before the person thinking of it could even speak For instance I was ashamed it ask it it might be a rudeness Theodor thought of asking Satan a question but before he spoke Satan smiled up at him and replied
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