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Pudd'nhead Wilson

By: Twain, Mark Bradbury, Malcolm(Edited by)

Part of the Penguin classics series
0140430407 / 9780140430400
Paperback
813.4
25/03/2004
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England
Classics
20 cm 320 p.
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Quiz No: 202317, Points 9.00, Book Level 8.30,
Upper Years - Key Stage 3 Learn More
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Determined that her baby son Tom shall not share her fate and remain in slavery, Roxy secretly exchanges him with his playmate Chambers, the son of her master.

The two boys' lives in the quiet Missouri town of Dawson's Landing remain entwined even though they take very different directions.

The indulged Tom (now heir to a fortune rightfully that of Chambers) goes to Yale, where he learns how to drink and gamble, while Chambers looks set to remain a subservient drudge.

But then a strange sequence of events begins - one in which the much-derided lawyer, 'Pudd'nhead' Wilson, has a key part to play - and changes everything.

Darkly ironic, blending farce and tragedy, Pudd'nhead Wilson is a complex and fascinating depiction of human nature under slavery.

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