Tag: Mark Twain

Young Habits Die Hard

Young Habits Die Hard: “We become what we do repeatedly” (Sean Covey) It has rightly been said,because when we do something frequently it becomes our habit.This constantly performed action engraved in personality and becomes difficult to withdraw. Young age is a period,when various habits are growing up in a child and habits formed in early age are […]

A Dog’s Tale Study Guide and Summary

Introduction: Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) 1835-1910 “All modern American Literature comes from one book by Mark Twain Called Huckkberry Finn” (Hemingway) “I believe that our heavenly father invented man because he was disappointed in the monkey.” (Darwin Theory, Twain) Literary Masterpiece: The Celebrated Jumping Frog (1867) The Innocent Abroad (US/UK Prejudices) “I have no race […]