Going on Pilgrimage With Mark Twain: "The Innocents Abroad"
Mark Twain is revered today for his liberal sympathies, as a satirist who punctured pomposity, hypocrisy, and pretension. But to dwell only on the “irreverent” aspects of his work is to see only a partial picture. His Christian background is evident throughout "The Innocents Abroad," which reflects the journey of all human beings
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