Best Quotes by Mark Twain, Top Famous Mark Twain Quotes
Nationality: American Profession: Historian, Publisher, Entrepreneur, Writer and Author From: November 30, 1835 To April 21, 1910 75 Years
A great American historian, publisher, entrepreneur, writer and the great author who writes the many intrusting novels Mark Twain was born on November 30, 1835 in Florida U.S. He was a great judge and an attorney who was dead because of the disease of pneumonia when the age of twain was only 11 years he left his school when he was on fifth grade because of his responsibilities and worked as an apprenticeship with a printer and then worked as a typesetter, contributing articles to the newspaper in 1851. He lifted the Hannibal and he does work as a printer in New York City at the age of 18 year. Twain gained education form public libraries in the evenings he collected the wide information from there. He spent some time in California as a great miner. His short stories gained great popularity in international attention and also translated in many other languages like French he gained popularity in very short time and counted in many respected artists and presidents in European royalty. He work hard and collected many money from his literature and writing but he invested his money in inventions that is lost most of all. That’s twain financial condition falls badly therefore he faced many financial problems in his life due to his careless behavior but his writings and lectures enabled him to recover financially he was an extensive writer he write many books plays and novels for his readers he was also a famous quote writer he write in his famous positive quote:
“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.”
He spends four more years of his life in Europe. He spends his last years of life in Manhattan he spend his last time in great dispersion. This great author is died of heart attack on April 21, 1910 in Redding Cemetery at the age of 74 years.