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The Prince and the Pauper - Penn State University

The Prince and the Pauper - Penn State University

The Prince and the Pauper - Penn State

Mark Twain’s The Prince and The Pauper A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication

  • Page 2 and 3: The Prince and the Pauper by Mark T
  • Page 4 and 5: The 19 of October. Youres, H. L. B.
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  • Page 12 and 13: Mark Twain people from the city, wa
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  • Page 16 and 17: Mark Twain while we may, and change
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  • Page 20 and 21: Mark Twain will keep this diligentl
  • Page 22 and 23: Mark Twain He walked up and down th
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  • Page 26 and 27: Mark Twain “He is mad; but he is
  • Page 28 and 29: Mark Twain ceed, Hertford whispered
  • Page 30 and 31: Mark Twain Tom hesitated, looked di
  • Page 32 and 33: Mark Twain When the illustrious mai
  • Page 34 and 35: Mark Twain After some further talk,
  • Page 36 and 37: Mark Twain turbed by it. But the ne
  • Page 38 and 39: Chapter VIII The question of the Se
  • Page 40 and 41: Mark Twain “What, thou here yet!
  • Page 42 and 43: Mark Twain their esquires; then the
  • Page 44 and 45: Mark Twain The stunning surprise of
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  • Page 50 and 51: Mark Twain “Give me the cup, then
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    Mark Twain on the main floor of the

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    Mark Twain Instantly a hand was lai

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    Mark Twain another cry shook the ni

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    Mark Twain “Then ’tis settled,

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    Mark Twain he noticed Miles Hendon

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    Mark Twain ter of an earl, the last

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    Mark Twain means it were impossible

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    Chapter XIII The disappearance of t

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    Mark Twain and a majesty that do ca

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    Chapter XIV ‘Le Roi est mort —v

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    Mark Twain hold, who passed it to t

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    Mark Twain the foreign ambassadors,

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    Mark Twain his presence, whose clot

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    Mark Twain and remind your Grace ab

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    Mark Twain quite hopeful voice—

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    Mark Twain dow and become intereste

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    Mark Twain a hiding by the hand of

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    Mark Twain “Then how doth one kno

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    Mark Twain have since confirmed and

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    Mark Twain to lose her own, if by o

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    Mark Twain tinct cry, “Place for

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    Chapter XVII Foo-foo the First Mile

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    Mark Twain mind thy follies; yet it

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    Mark Twain in and sang it clear thr

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    Mark Twain and hanged. ’Tis a bri

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    ward, King of England!’” Mark T

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    Mark Twain joys once more. The drea

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    Mark Twain fore him, with a shriek,

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    Mark Twain old he heard voices behi

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    Mark Twain buffeted, so rudely entr

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    “I am the King,” was the grave

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    Mark Twain smells that came from th

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    Mark Twain the right thing—when t

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    Mark Twain pair of gleaming, unrest

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    Mark Twain tling along so simply an

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    Mark Twain He glided about his hove

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    Mark Twain The hermit, grinding his

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    Mark Twain toward mounting the big

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    Mark Twain to the place of honour b

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    Mark Twain the affair to the Ruffle

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    Mark Twain “Marry, good souls, le

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    Mark Twain “’Tis a poor ignoran

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    Chapter XXIV The escape The short w

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    Mark Twain thought it was original.

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    Mark Twain ken-hearted, and saying

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    Mark Twain world’s hands; thy loo

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    Mark Twain own nursery. Here was I

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    Chapter XXVI Disowned The King sat

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    Mark Twain ture, and he stopped whe

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    Chapter XXVII In prison The cells w

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    it. Thou’lt find it good diversio

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    “Since the last day of January.

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    Mark Twain to the sky. The prisoner

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    Mark Twain was a poor half-witted w

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    Mark Twain “For shame! This is my

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    Mark Twain and a right spirit, than

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    Mark Twain ing off among the hurryi

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    Mark Twain Did Tom Canty never feel

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    Mark Twain eral corporations. Also

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    Mark Twain The great pageant moved

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    Mark Twain observe thy downcast hea

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    Mark Twain ing are distinct now, bu

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    Mark Twain audience gazed; and as t

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    Mark Twain Canty stranded on the th

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    Mark Twain paused a moment, then mo

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    Mark Twain not yet even write with

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    Chapter XXXIII Edward as King Miles

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    Mark Twain his costume took care of

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    Mark Twain and led him forward thro

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    Mark Twain and put him under lock a

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    Mark Twain the gratification of see

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    Curiosities of London. NOTE 3, Chap

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    Mark Twain repealed which extended

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    Mark Twain to remain in prison for

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    Mark Twain after he is nine; and no

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