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Mark Twain's text
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This question is for people who are familiar with The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Since this text was first published in the United Kingdom...is this a Nordic text?
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This thread has been moved to Misc Topics from Welcome.
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Re: Mark Twain's text
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My grandfather is the Twain fan, but he was an American author so I do believe they were first published there. Either way just because something is published in Europe [U.K] doesn't make it Nordic Text. I don't study Norse or Norwegian, but I'm fairly certain Nordic Text is old rune carvings. Twain may be old but he isn't that old lol.
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Yes, Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) was an American author. He also wrote Tom Sawyer. Both great books!
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Hmm...well thanks for the tip...I just started on the novel and wow...I'm not sure if I want to be a fan b/c of the vocabulary but it is still a beautiful piece of literature...
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Hmm,I will sound rude but this site is about magick and others practice like it, not about Mark Twain and this question is good for a teacher,too.
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True! But there is a lot of magic belief in the books of Mark Twain. They are worth reading.
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Its okay The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn mentions witchcraft and witches w/ slaves and stuff...I was just wondering if it was a norse text which isn't so...
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Ahh,but in Hansel and Gretel exist a witch,too.I want to say that exist a difference between a book which learn you about magick and one where is just a belief in magick.
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How could it possibly be Nordic when it takes place in Mississippi in the 19th century?
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