Hilariously Picaresque, Epic In Scope, Alive With The Poetry And Vigor Of The American People, Mark Twain S Story About A Young Boy And His Journey Down The Mississippi Was The First Great Novel To Speak In A Truly American Voice Influencing Subsequent Generations Of Writers From Sherwood Anderson To Twain S Fellow Missourian, T.S Eliot, From Ernest Hemingway And William Faulkner To J.D Salinger Huckleberry Finn, Like The River Which Flows Through Its Pages, Is One Of The Great Sources Which Nourished And Still Nourishes The Literature Of America.
William Faulkner called Twain the father of American literature Excerpted from
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- Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
- Mark Twain
- 15 September 2017 Mark Twain