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In the antebellum South, two identical infants, one considered white, the other considered black, are switched at birth. What follows is a wild tale of mistaken identity, criminal intrigue, and shocking twists. Blending sharp wit and serious analysis, THE TRAGEDY OF PUDDN'HEAD WILSON is a biting critique of Southern society, from the pen of an American master of satire.
by Mark Twain
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