Extracts from Adam’s Diary pdf
“Extracts from Adam’s Diary: Translated from the Original Ms.” is a comic short story by the American humorist and writer Mark Twain. It was first published as a book in 1904, by Harper & Bros. with numerous illustrations by Frederick Strothmann. The story was first published in 1893, The Niagara Book, pp. 93–109.
Extracts from Adam’s Diary Summary
Adam (based on Twain himself) describes how Eve (modeled after his wife Livy) gets introduced into the Garden of Eden, and how he has to deal with “this new creature with the long hair. The piece gives a humorous account of Genesis. It begins with the introduction of Eve, described as an annoying creature with a penchant for naming things, which Adam could do without. It moves on to detail Eve eating the apple and finding Cain, a perplexing creature which Adam cannot figure out. He devotes his ironically scientific mind to demystifying Cain’s species, thinking it a fish, then a kangaroo, then a bear. Eventually, he figures out it is a human, like himself.
Details Of Extracts from Adam’s Diary Short story by Mark Twain
Name Of the Novel: Extracts from Adam’s Diary
Author: Mark Twain
Genre: Fiction, Humour
Publication date: 1904
Text: Extracts from Adam’s Diary Short story by Mark Twain pdf
Book Type: pdf / ePub
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