anonymous
  • anonymous
Why did Mark Twain use a pen name?
Literature
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daisyduck04
  • daisyduck04
In Life on the Mississippi, Mark Twain: "The old gentleman was not of literary turn or capacity, but he used to jot down brief paragraphs of plain practical information about the river, and sign them 'MARK TWAIN,' and give them to the 'New Orleans Picayune.' They related to the stage and condition of the river, and were accurate and valuable; and thus far, they contained no poison."
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