Mark Twain is an outstanding American author who lived and wrote during the 19th century and died in 1910. He is most famous for two novels: The Adventures of Tom Sawyher and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Twain's greatest contributions to American style reside in his humorist approach and his unique use of language. In A Student's Guide to Mark Twain, Dr. MaryAnn Diorio has provided a rich resource for understanding and appreciating the works of this great author.
About the Author
Dr. MaryAnn Diorio is a widely published, award-winning author who writes riveting, page-turning fiction that deals with the deepest issues of the human heart. She also writes picture books for children.
A former professor of fiction writing, MaryAnn holds the PhD in French with a concentration in Comparative Literature and the MFA in Writing Popular Fiction.
MaryAnn and her husband Dom reside in New Jersey. They are the blessed parents of two amazing adult daughters and the doting grandparents of six rambunctious granchildren.
MaryAnn loves to interact with her readers. In her spare time, she enjoys painting, playing the piano, and making up silly songs for her grandchildren.
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