American Roots Series - On the Decay of the Art of Lying by Mark Twain

American Roots Series - On the Decay of the Art of Lying by Mark Twain

Mark Twain
#UK0632 $9.95

Take an armchair stroll through the annals of American literature when you settle in with the handsomely produced American Roots Series, a collection of lesser-known short works penned by distinguished wordsmiths. Each essay, story, or poem has been neatly bound into a slim and elegant little hardcover volume. Elizabeth Cady Stanton delivers a rousing rallying cry for equality; Zora Neale Hurston ruminates perceptively on racial identity; Mark Twain hilariously laments the "growing prevalence of the brutal truth"; Washington Irving weaves a classic tale of a ghostly horseman in New England; Henry David Thoreau pays homage to the wild beauty of nature and man; and John James Audubon presents a lyrical ode to the now extinct passenger pigeon. Choose one or two volumes for brief yet meaningful reading. (KG)

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