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...e did also his family. The museum tells you about the time twain was a child to the time he was in the civil was through the time he died. It tells you about the kind of man he was and what he believed in and what he did which, everyone should know he was a writer if you are curious about what he did and who he is just go to the museum. I have learned, lots about mark twain he seems to be an honest and kind man he had done lots of things that every man wish he could do. This is why I have wrote about mark twain and the books that he has wrote just read one and I’m sure you will laugh. I have not read his book but I’m sure I’m willing to laugh a little. Remember if you ever want to know a little more about mark twain just look him up on the library or read one of his books maybe you will love his book. You also can go to his museum that’s mark twain for you.
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