Here is Twain's humorous, but also touching, look at Adam and Eve, in which he presents two very different interpretations of Eden.More
For all its satire regarding romance and religion, Mark Twain’s epistolary Adam and Eve’s Diary remains, at its core, a lighthearted pastoral ode to Twain’s late wife. Brimming with playful naivety, performers Walter Zimmerman and Cindy Hardin Killavey take turns on this journey of discovery, in which the freshness of God’s creation parallels the bloom of young love. From Eden through the fall, the two lovers experience a series of firsts together, acquainting themselves with the triumphs and tribulations of hard work, romance, and parenthood. Zimmerman and Killavey capture Twain’s famously whimsical wit, but never fail to betray the angst and tender yearning of these pioneering lovers.
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