"Mark Twain is a central ﬁgure in nineteenth-century American literature. He was a brilliant writer of short stories and novels who used them to capture a wide variety of characters and landscapes.
Twain’s phenomenal success as a writer came first and foremost because he was very funny. This collection gathers ten of his greatest tales such as The Stolen White Elephant, The 1,000,000 Bank Note, Taming the Bicycle, The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, The Private History of a Campaign that Failed etc
The book is a fascinating literature resource for both children and adults, who have a very good knowledge of English."