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Sam Clements didn't want people to read what he actually thought regarding some of the dearest ideas most of mankind hold close. At least he didn't want them read any time
near to when he passed.
It is hard to believe that this many years have gone by since he wrote this kind of material
and still people think he had a "negative attitude".
If one writes the obvious, and the obvious questions belief, where is the harm?
We have been programmed to accept what we have been told, and few are those that dare, or should I dare say, feel compelled to speak the obvious.
Thank God we had Mark Twain to speak for us......
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
I loved the religion-themed stories at the beginning. Truth! Risky blasphemy! The final story was too science-fictionesque for my taste. It was well-written, but not my thing. Overall, this book is evidence that Twain was at least one hundred years ahead of his time. An absolute genius.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful