The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg

The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg

Mark Twain was greatly known for his moralistic and humorous writing. It was often ironic writing that exposed corruption and hypocrisy while examining small-town life in America during the 19th century. A great example of his writing would be, ?The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg.? He uses all of his types of writing including humorous, moralistic, and ironic details of his writing. Many critics gave him great reviews on this short story because of the way he portrayed it to seem just as the place he studied to begin writing it over. Overall many critics admire and praise Twain?s work as well as many other people did and still do. How great of a writer do you think Mark Twain was, lets hear your criticism.
Mark Twain was born on November 30, 1835 and died on April 21, 1910 (Bloom, P 48). He was born in Missouri, Florida. His parents were John Marshall Clemens and Jane Langhorne Clemens. His original name was Samuel Langhorne Clemens until he became a professional writer and adopted the name Mark Twain. He also began his writing in the 1850?s.His father John Marshal Clemens was the judge for the town of Hannibal, Missouri. Before he began his

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