After the much-revered author Mark Twain died, his biographer (Albert Beigelow Paine) released a book and claimed it as Twain’s last literary work. After forty years, a careful examination of the author’s manuscript revealed that parts of the book had been tampered and passages were added by Paine himself. Despite talks of trickery and fraud, it is still one of Twain’s most interesting works. Read Mark Twain Mysterious Stranger quotes to know why scholars are still talking about this book.
Compelling Quotes from The Mysterious Stranger by Mark Twain
Three boys Seppi, Nikolaus and Theodor was told they were talking to Satan’s niece, who explained how his lineage was without sin, except Satan himself.