Summer Reading (Grades 9-12)

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The Prince and the Pauper
by Mark Twain


Instead of the folksy dialectical mastery Twain shows in other novels, his style in this book recalls that of Dickens, packed with setting and character description that makes 16th-century England come to life. Both authors share biting realism cloaked in humor, effective political commentary, and an uncanny means of creating pathos in the reader.

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