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These three novels by the great American satirist transport readers across the ocean to Europe and back in time to Camelot and the Hundred Years' War. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court: A supervisor at a firearms factory in Hartford, Connecticut, Hank Morgan inexplicably finds himself transported back in time to Camelot. Worse still, he is brought before the Round These three novels by the great American satirist transport readers across the ocean to Europe and back in time to Camelot and the Hundred Years' War. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court: A supervisor at a firearms factory in Hartford, Connecticut, Hank Morgan inexplicably finds himself transported back in time to Camelot. Worse still, he is brought before the Round Table and sentenced to burn at the stake. Will Hank die at the hands of King Arthur's knights, or can his Yankee ingenuity save him? A seminal work of time travel fiction, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court is also an enduring comedic classic. A Tramp Abroad: Based on true events, Mark Twain's travelogue through late nineteenth-century Europe is embellished with fictional tales and a made-up travel partner. Wandering mostly on foot, Twain meanders through Germany, the French and Swiss Alps, and Northern Italy. He also ventures down the Neckar river by raft, ascends Mont Blanc by telescope, and experiences European life with his usual penetrating wit, infectious curiosity, and timeless humor. Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc: Twain's final novel--and, by his own account, his best--is an imagined memoir of Joan of Arc. Beginning with her humble childhood in the French village of Domr�my, it recounts her visions of Archangels and her taking control of the French army at the age of seventeen. From her victory over the English at Orl�ans and her Bloodless March to Rheims, the story progresses finally to Joan's tragic defeat and execution by the English.


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These three novels by the great American satirist transport readers across the ocean to Europe and back in time to Camelot and the Hundred Years' War. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court: A supervisor at a firearms factory in Hartford, Connecticut, Hank Morgan inexplicably finds himself transported back in time to Camelot. Worse still, he is brought before the Round These three novels by the great American satirist transport readers across the ocean to Europe and back in time to Camelot and the Hundred Years' War. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court: A supervisor at a firearms factory in Hartford, Connecticut, Hank Morgan inexplicably finds himself transported back in time to Camelot. Worse still, he is brought before the Round Table and sentenced to burn at the stake. Will Hank die at the hands of King Arthur's knights, or can his Yankee ingenuity save him? A seminal work of time travel fiction, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court is also an enduring comedic classic. A Tramp Abroad: Based on true events, Mark Twain's travelogue through late nineteenth-century Europe is embellished with fictional tales and a made-up travel partner. Wandering mostly on foot, Twain meanders through Germany, the French and Swiss Alps, and Northern Italy. He also ventures down the Neckar river by raft, ascends Mont Blanc by telescope, and experiences European life with his usual penetrating wit, infectious curiosity, and timeless humor. Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc: Twain's final novel--and, by his own account, his best--is an imagined memoir of Joan of Arc. Beginning with her humble childhood in the French village of Domr�my, it recounts her visions of Archangels and her taking control of the French army at the age of seventeen. From her victory over the English at Orl�ans and her Bloodless March to Rheims, the story progresses finally to Joan's tragic defeat and execution by the English.

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