A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Oxford World’s Classics)

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Oxford World's Classics0199540586978-0199540587Oxford University Press España, S.A.; Edición: New Ed. / 17 de abril de 2008)400 páginasInglés

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  1. Este libro es lo m s aburrido que he le do en mucho tiempo, y he le do grandes mierdas que por verg enza no voy a poner aqu Ha conseguido lo que muchos libros intentaron que dejara el libro sin terminar Un rollaco


  2. Lo mando el profe de ingles para leer,poco mas que a adir este a o llevo gastado un pastizal en libros de lectura obligatoriado sea por la cultura


  3. This is not a complete copy of the book, and it is poorly formatted It is missing the initial A Note of Explanation , in which Twain tells his tale of meeting a stranger in Warwick Castle, who gives him a journal that recounts the body of the book If you haven t read Connecticut Yankee before, you may have some difficulty picking up the thread of the narrative And if you have read it, you will know something is missing I don t recommend this copy of the book there are free versions that are com [...]


  4. Twain s time travel tale takes us back to the time of King Author and the Knights of the Round Table Unlike most glamorous takes on the old tale, Twain paints a picture of absurdity, superstition, and human misery The honor culture of brave knights and fair maidens is revealed to be a place of incredible ignorance, extreme poverty, and shameful inequality The narrator of the book, Hank, finds himself unexplainably in sixth century England, where he quickly asserts himself as a magician by utiliz [...]


  5. The unquestionable master Sam Clemens, Mark Twain, wrote this marvelous piece to lampoon monarchy and organized religion He also intended a large advertisement for science, technology, capitalism, and democracy Well done And the touches of Twain s acid tongued humor make me laugh out loud.After being hit in the head so hard that it seemed to spring every joint in my skull and made it overlap its neighbor , Hank Morgan, a citizen of late 19th century Connecticut, finds himself being chased up a t [...]


  6. Having tired of the likes of Cornwell, Patterson, Grisham, Baldacci, Cussler, Sandford, e.t al, I decided to give into the Classics Steinbeck, Hemingway Dreiser, and all of the rest of the 25 30 greats that I sampled lived up to their advanced billing with the exception of James Joyce who is totally incomprehensible But as great as they were, none lived up to the pleasure that I experienced with this work by the genius of Mark Twain Surely, we all whitewashed the fence with Tom Sawyer, and we fl [...]


  7. Bill Reid & The Fewer Sorrows Band

    Four stars because it is a classic, but it s quite different from the old comic movie that was a poor reflection of the book It s a bit hard to read in the original Nineteenth Century style, and the hero does some pretty unlikely things, but the biggest surprise is the enormous amount of death and killing that is treated matter of factly, with no fanfare and little horror Unexpected from the author of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn.


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