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Alonso Fitz and Other Stories

Alonso Fitz and Other Stories by Mark Twain
By: (1835-1910)

Alonso Fitz and Other Stories by Mark Twain is a collection of short stories that showcase Twain's wit and humor. The book features a diverse range of characters and settings, from cowboys in the Wild West to aristocrats in Europe.

One of the standout stories in the collection is "The Californian's Tale," which tells the story of a man who becomes wealthy overnight thanks to a stroke of luck. Twain masterfully weaves together elements of satire and social commentary in this tale, making it both entertaining and thought-provoking.

Another notable story is "The Invalid's Story," which follows a man's misadventures as he travels through the American South. Twain's sharp observations and clever dialogue make this story a delight to read.

Overall, Alonso Fitz and Other Stories is a captivating collection that showcases Twain's skill as a storyteller. His clever writing and timeless humor make this book a must-read for fans of classic literature.

Book Description:
A collection of Twain short stories including:
The Loves Of Alonzo Fitz Clarence And Rosannah Ethelton
On The Decay Of The Art Of Lying
About Magnanimous-Incident Literature
     The Grateful Poodle
     The Benevolent Author
     The Grateful Husband
Punch, Brothers, Punch
The Great Revolution In Pitcairn
The Canvasser's Tale
An Encounter With An Interviewer
Paris Notes
Legend Of Sagenfeld, In Germany
Speech On The Babies
Speech On The Weather
Concerning The American Language

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