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Most wanted adventure books of all time

Suspense “The Three Musketeers“, “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea,” “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” and “Game of Thrones” is listed among the most popular stories that keep you breathless. Pirates,...
by We care about your travel on Aug 23, 2015

Confessions of a Book Lover, Part 2

This year for my birthday, I received two books: Liberty by Garrison Keillor and Blockade Billy by Stephen King.  They were both enjoyable reads that I read that same weekend.  I decided that I would make a goal for my … Continue reading U...
by reclaiming ryan on Dec 27, 2011

Confessions of a Book Lover, Part 2

This year for my birthday, I received two books: Liberty by Garrison Keillor and Blockade Billy by Stephen King.  They were both enjoyable reads that I read that same weekend.  I decided that I would make a goal for my … Continue reading U...
by reclaiming ryan on Dec 27, 2011

My Favorite 18 Quotes By Mark Twain

Boomers remember reading Mark Twain books in elementary and junior high school. Please click the title to read my favorite quotes and to watch a video on Mark Twain. Related posts:7 Reasons Why It’s Great To Be A Guy Your Inspirational Quote Tues...
by Baby Boomer Talk Online on Nov 30, 2011

On Mark Twain and His Badassery

Image via WikipediaMark Twain is one bad ass mutherfucker.  It's true.  Now, before you go filing me away as a lunatic, hear me out.  He's the Jon Stewart of his time.  Jon Stewart's no revolutionary, I know.  But he's intell...
by Catharsis on Jul 11, 2011

Roger Ebert Caught in N-Word Twitter Drama

by Chicago Fabulous Blog on Feb 10, 2011

Censoring Mark Twain, Redux

You have to give it to Twain, he remains relevant one hundred years after his death.  As posted earlier this week, there is an effort afoot to censor Twain’s HUCK FINN, and it’s caused a considerable uproar. I came across an editorial to...
by Dispassionate Witness on Jan 9, 2011

Professor who is seeking to edit Huckleberry Finn has an interesting history

And it smacks of hypocrisy that this man while ready to himself be responsible for "redesigning" a classic and misunderstoof piece of literature instead of attempting to educate people as to why the phrases etc used within Twain's work are justified...
by Views Across The Pond on Jan 7, 2011

Huckleberry Finn censorship fiasco

There's is no arguing that the "N" word is a distasteful, offence word that has rightly been edged out of our vocabularly. However by removing this (to be replaced with "slave") and others such as ”Injun” with Indian, “half-breed” with half-...
by Views Across The Pond on Jan 6, 2011

Censoring Mark Twain

Mark Twain has been in the news quite a bit lately, and unfortunately, not just due to the publicity of his 100-year overdue autobiography.  Instead, as has been reported in many outlets, including The Hartford Courant, NewSouth Books, with the assi...
by Dispassionate Witness on Jan 5, 2011

The ‘N Word’ To Be Edited Out Of New Edition Of Huckleberry Finn

This will certainly stir up some controversy. The new edition Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn will remove all references to the “N” word and replace it with the word “slave.” The word “Injun”...
by EndsMeat.com on Jan 4, 2011


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