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Mark Twain (W3)

"Mark Twain" ist ein Ausdruck, der von den Lotsen auf dem Mississippi benutzt wurde und bedeutet dt. "Zwei Faden Wassertiefe markieren".

Der US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller "Mark Twain" hieß eigentlich "Samuel Langhorne Clemens" (30.11.1835 (Florida/Missouri) - 21.04.1910 (Redding/Connecticut)).

Das aus der Seemannssprache stammende "mark twain" bedeutet dt. "Marke zwei" und kennzeichnete eine Wassertiefe von "zwei Faden". Das Pseudonym bezieht sich auf die Zeit in der Mark Twain Lotse auf dem Mississippi war.

07.04.1845: Mark Twain wird Flusslotse - Leben auf dem Mississippi

Mark Twain

Samuel Langhorne Clemens (November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910), better known by the pen name Mark Twain, was an American author and humorist. He is most noted for his novels Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, which has since been called the Great American Novel.

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The Wisdom of Mark Twain


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Die schreckliche deutsche Sprache

...oder warum Mark Twain die deutsche Sprache hasste...
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Bubbleland
Tiptonville, Kentucky
Kentucky's anomalous peninsula projecting into the Mississippi River, site of legendary earthquakes and local feuds
mark twain, earthquakes, rivers, anomalous islands
16 Sep 2015
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With only a few hundred residents calling Bubbleland home at its peak, the cotton farmers managed to cultivate a legendary feud as detailed in Mark Twain's 1883 publication, Life on the Mississippi.
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Harriet Beecher Stowe House
Hartford, Connecticut
Harriet Beecher Stowe House
The author of Uncle Tom's Cabin was neighbors with Mark Twain while living in this Connecticut home
mark twain, literature, eccentric homes
03 Aug 2015


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C. O. Bigelow Apothecary
New York, New York
C. O. Bigelow Apothecary
The oldest operating apothecary in the US has treated everyone from Thomas Edison to Mark Twain
apothecaries, drugs, medicine
26 Nov 2014
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Quite exactly what Mark Twain was buying from Bigelow's isn't recorded, but he was a faithful customer who paid his bills on time.
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Mark Twain might not be walking the aisles looking for barber cologne elixirs, and the eye drops for scratched corneas are no longer laced with cocaine, but a visit to Bigelow's remains a refreshing step back in time.
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Mark Twain's Study
Elmira, New York
Mark Twain's Study
The wooden octagon in which Huckleberry Finn and A Connecticut Yankee were born can still be visited in upstate New York
literature
06 Nov 2014
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Mark Twain (nee Samuel Clemens), possibly one of the most gifted American satirists and authors to ever put pen to paper, famously made his home in Connecticut, but it was in a small hut in an Elmira, New York farm that he composed many of his most famous works. This very hut now sits in the middle of a college campus, inspiring new generations of writers on a daily basis.
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Keen's Steakhouse
New York, New York
Keen's Steakhouse
Everyone from Mark Twain to Teddy Roosevelt has a pipe hanging from the walls of this historic chophouse
antiquities, presidents, restaurants, literature
20 Mar 2014


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The Mark Twain House & Museum
Hartford , Connecticut
The Mark Twain House & Museum
The former home of Samuel Clemens and family remembers the happiest period of the author's life
literature, eccentric homes
28 Feb 2014


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The Silver Swan
Barnard Castle, County Durham, England
The Silver Swan
A perfectly running 230 year old silver automaton and music box
Amazing Automata
16 Jul 2013

Mark Twain saw the Silver Swan in Paris in 1867 and noted in his journal that it "had a living grace about his movement and a living intelligence in his eyes". Over 140 years later, this elegant mechanical toy still runs daily, operating on the original clockworks.
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Santa Maria della Concezione Crypts
Rome, Italy
Santa Maria della Concezione Crypts
The crypts of Capuchin friars decorated with the bones of over 4000 friars, including an entire "crypt of pelvises"
Relics and Reliquaries, Ossuaries, Mummies, Catacombs, Crypts, & Cemeteries
10 Aug 2009
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Mark Twain wrote about it in his 1869 book Innocents Abroad. When Twain asked one of the monks what would happen when he died, the monk responded, "We must all lie here at last." And lie there they do. Some 4,000 Capuchin friars who died between 1528 and 1870 are still lying, hanging, and generally adorning the Santa Maria della Concezione crypt in Rome.
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Nevada City, California
Nevada Theatre
California's oldest existing theater building hosted an impressive cast of celebrities, including hosting Mark Twain's first lecture
jack london, mark twain, boomtowns, theaters, gold rush
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Mark Twain, Lotta Crabtree, Jack London ... Mötley Crüe?

The Nevada Theatre in historic downtown Nevada City has seen an impressive cast of characters in its time, and for California, its time has been substantial. For close to 150 years, the stage of the Golden State's oldest theatre has been graced with immeasurable talent, and presented some of the earliest silent films to hit the silver screen.

Opened in 1865, the theatre was erected to house the Nevada Theatre Association after their former residence, the Bailey House Hotel was lost in a fire. Mark Twain would take the stage as a lecturer during some of his earliest talks in 1866, well before publishing any major works.
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Mark Twain's Pens


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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).

VOLUME XVI. Early National Literature, Part II; Later National Literature, Part I.

VII. Books for Children.

§ 9. Revolt against Information; Trowbridge; Kaler; Aldrich; Mark Twain.
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Tom Sawyer (1876) and its sequel Huckleberry Finn (1884), by Samuel L. Clemens, raised a tempest in the cambric-teapot world and are even yet looked at askance in some children’s libraries. But in spite of moralists they immediately took the foremost place as stories of the American boy, and in a surprisingly short while became world classics. They are not explicitly treated as boy’s stories throughout, and in each are description and social observation beyond the appreciation of young readers; yet they have doubtless never failed with boy as with man to reap the highest triumph possible to fiction, the reader’s recognition of his own psychology and temperament. The general unimprovingness of both of these books was balanced, for moralists, by the excess of serious purpose in the author’s third book for young people, The Prince and the Pauper (1882). It is an impressive panorama of splendid scenes of ancient legal and royal cruelty.
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THE CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE

An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes

Volume XVII: American

Edited by W. P. Trent, J. Erskine, S. P. Sherman & C. Van Doren

BOOK III: LATER NATIONAL LITERATURE: PART II (CONTINUED)

Chapter VIII. Mark Twain

By STUART P. SHERMAN, Ph.D., Professor of English in the University of Illinois


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XIV. Travellers and Explorers, 1846–1900.

§ 17. Mark Twain.
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The Mark Twain Papers & Project


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Mark Twain Quotes


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Classic Literature by Mark Twain


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CONKLIN AND MARK TWAIN


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21.04.2010

Unterwegs auf dem Mississippi - Vor 100 Jahren starb Mark Twain

Der Mann, den Ernest Hemingway zum Vater der amerikanischen Literatur erklärte, hatte keineswegs vor, Schriftsteller zu werden. Mark Twains Traum war es, eines Tages auf einem Mississippi-Dampfer als Lotse zu fahren. Der literarische Vater von Tom Sawyer und Huckleberry Finn starb vor 100 Jahren.

Von Holger Teschke


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Enuf or Enough? Why Is English Spelling So Random?

Have you had "enough" (or "enuf") trouble spelling to make you want to "scream" (or "skreem"?) You are not alone. Since the 17th century, scholars have been protesting the irregularities that occur in English spelling. Reform movements can boast such iconic English-speaking figures Samuel Johnson, Benjamin Franklin, "Mark Twain", and Theodore Roosevelt. English is currently the most widely-spoken language on the planet, yet it is the only language among the top ten most spoken that lacks an official regulatory academy to approve spelling.
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Mark Twain at Your Fingertips: A Book of Quotations

By: Mark Twain, Caroline Thomas Harnsberger

One of America's greatest storytellers, Samuel Clemens had something witty and wise to say on just about every topic. Gathered from his classic novels, diary entries, newspaper articles, and correspondence, this collection of wry quips and quotes reflects his keen observations on animals, critics, doctors, laughter, politics, youth, and other topics. Arranged alphabetically — "Abroad to Ax," for example, along with "Madness to Mystery" and "Uncle to Utah" — the subjects are also conveniently indexed and cross-referenced by topic.


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"twain" Old English "twegen" "two" (masc. nominative and accusative), from Proto-Germanic "*twa-" "two" (see "two"). It corresponds to Old Frisian "twene", Dutch "twee", Old High German "zwene", Danish "tvende". The word outlasted the breakdown of gender in Middle English and survived as a secondary form of "two", especially in cases where the numeral follows a noun. Its continuation into modern times was aided by its use in KJV and the Marriage Service, in poetry (where it is a useful rhyme word), and in oral use where it is necessary to be clear that two and not to or too is meant. In U.S. nautical use as "a depth of two fathoms" from 1799.


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Frei nach Mark Twain (D 1971)


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Mark Twain's Roughing It (USA 2002)


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Reportagen und Augenzeugenberichte aus 2500 Jahren

1879 - 248 mark twain - Zermatt – Lausanne – Chamonix


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“It is questionable whether there is a stranger place than this in the history of human crime,” marveled Mark Twain after spending a night in the “Karzer” of the University of Heidelberg. From 1778 to 1914, students of the University were locked up here for “trivial offences” – the term of incarceration was between three days and four weeks. Mark Twain wanted to stay in this historic prison and was deeply impressed by the stories told by the portraits and slogans on the walls of the jail.


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  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - A Tramp Abroad, Volume I
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - A Tramp Abroad, Volume II
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - Following The Equator, Volume I
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - Following The Equator, Volume II
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - Huckleberry Finn
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - Joan Of Arc, Volume I
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - Life On The Mississippi
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - Literary Essays Etc
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - My Literary Debut Etc
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - Roughing, Volume It, Volume I
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - Roughing, Volume It, Volume II
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - Short Stories And Sketches, Volume I
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - Short Stories And Sketches, Volume II
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - Short Stories And Sketches, Volume III
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - The Gilded Age, Volume I
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - The Gilded Age, Volume II
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - The Innocents Abroad, Volume I
  • Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) - The Innocents Abroad, Volume II



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    Nov 30, 2011 - Mark Twain's 176th Birthday


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    Grobe, Edwin, 1927-:


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    Henderson, Archibald, 1877-1963: Mark Twain (English) (as Author)


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    Howells, William Dean, 1837-1920:


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    Paine, Albert Bigelow, 1861-1937:


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    Twain, Mark, 1835-1910 - Clemens, Samuel Langhorne Twain, Mark (Spirit), 1835-1910 ¶


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    Widger, David, 1932-:


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    Peony: Mark Twain


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    Der erste Schriftsteller im Besitz einer (Remington-) Schreibmaschine war Mark Twain (* Florida[Mo.] 1835, † Redding [Conn.] 1910), der sie, angelockt durch ein im Schaufenster eines Bostoner Geschäftes ausgestelltes Modell, 1874 erstand. Er konnte als erster Autor seinem Verlag ein maschinengeschriebenes Buchmanuskript abliefern: den Text zu "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", London: Chatto & Windus 1876.


    (E?)(L?) http://www.ib.hu-berlin.de/~wumsta/infopub/textbook/umfeld/rehm9.html

    Der auf die Kolonisationszeit im "Wilden Westen" der USA bezogene Wildwestroman (auch Wildwestgeschichte, -erzählung, -film), der Western (amerik.), der die Kämpfe der Pioniere mit den Indianern, der Siedler, Goldsucher, Cowboys usw. zum Inhalt hat, hat seine Vorläufer in den "Dime-Novels" (Groschenheften) des Amerikaners Erastus F. Beadle (1860), in den Wildwestgeschichten der amerikanischen Schriftsteller Mark Twain (* Florida [Mo.] 1835, † Redding [Conn.] 1910), Francis Bret(t) Harte (* Albany [N. Y.] 1836, † Camberley[bei London ] 1902) u.a.

    Der erste "klassische" Western ist jedoch erst der Cowboyroman "The Virginian" des amerikanischen Schriftstellers Owen Wister (* Philadelphia [Pa.] 1860, † North Kingston [R. I.] 1938), New York 1902. Er begründete die ernsthaftere Linie des Western und überwand das Niveau der Dime-Novel.


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    After keeping us waiting for a century, Mark Twain will finally reveal all

    The great American writer left instructions not to publish his autobiography until 100 years after his death, which is now

    By Guy Adams in Los Angeles

    Sunday 23 May 2010 00:00 BST


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    The Elephant in the Room 2012-01-22 Cool, Elephant, Elephant in the room, Humor, idiom, Mark Twain, Max Ernst, Metaphor, Picture, Stolen White Elephant

    Mark Twain Autobiography to be Finally Released After 100 Years 2010-05-23 100, After, Autobiography, Death, Isabel Van Kleek Lyon, Mark Twain, Mistress, One hundred, Publication, Published, Samuel Langhorne Clemens, Story, University of California, Years


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    The Elephant in the Room


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    Mark Twain Autobiography to be Finally Released After 100 Years


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    Mark Twain

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    Mark Twain


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    Mark Twain: An ancient legend of the Rhine 1880


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    Mark Twain
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    sein Pseudonym übernahm er angeblich vom Mississippi-Lotsen Isaiah Seller, der unter dem Namen Mark Twain allerlei Geschichten aus seinem Lotsenleben veröffentlicht hatte. Diese Geschichten wiederum hatte der uns heute als Mark Twain bekannte Samuel Clemens parodiert, worauf Isaiah Seller nie wieder etwas publiziert haben soll; womöglich nahm Clemens deshalb den Künstlernamen an, um als eine Art Wiedergutmachung zumindest den Namen des Kritisierten weiterleben zu lassen; einer anderen Quelle zufolge handelt es sich bei seinem Künstlernamen lediglich um einen typischen Zuruf der Mississippi-Schiffer, die "mark twain" riefen, sobald sie zwei (= twain) Faden Wassertiefe gemessen hatten.
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    Letters | Writings | Images | Resources | About MTPO

    About This Site

    Mark Twain Project Online applies innovative technology to more than four decades' worth of archival research by expert editors at the Mark Twain Project. It offers unfettered, intuitive access to reliable texts, accurate and exhaustive notes, and the most recently discovered letters and documents.
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    Mark Twain The Licensed Jester


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    Mark Twain Expressway, 1960


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    Quote Investigator

    Exploring the Origins of Quotations

    Category Archives: Mark Twain


    (E?)(L?) http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2012/12/10/fake_twain_quotes_and_other_hazards_of_twitter_116376.html
    For years the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Carl M. Cannon has written insightfully about the misattribution of quotations which is commonplace in periodicals, books, and speeches.


    Putting Words in Mark Twain's Mouth

    By Carl M. Cannon - December 10, 2012
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    Suchergebnisse: Ihre Suche nach Mark Twain ergab 13 Treffer.


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    Twain, Mark - Wissen Sie wer Samuel Langhorne Clemens war? Höchstwahrscheinlich kennen Sie ihn unter seinem Pseudonym Mark Twain. Das Pseudonym kommt aus der Seemannssprache, bedeutet "Marke zwei" bzw. "zwei Faden Wassertiefe markieren" und bezieht sich auf die Zeit in der Mark Twain Lotse auf dem Mississippi war.
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    Im Projekt Gutenberg-DE vorhanden


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    When the first volume of Mark Twain's uncensored Autobiography was published in 2010, it was hailed as an essential addition to the shelf of his works and a crucial document for our understanding of the great humorist's life and times. This third and final volume crowns and completes his life's work. Like its companion volumes, it chronicles Twain's inner and outer life through a series of daily dictations that go wherever his fancy leads.
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    Frei nach Mark Twain


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    Mark Twain - Die Abenteuer seines Lebens | Mark Twain's Roughing It


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    Mark Twain Quotations, Newspaper Collections, & Related Resources

    Barbara Schmidt


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    "Returns"

    Publiziert am 10.11.2013

    Mark Twain once said: „There is something fascinating about science. One gets such wholesale returns of conjecture out of such a trifling investment of fact.”

    Brilliant! But how can one express such a simple thing as "returns" (please always use in plural, so there is more of it) in other languages, for example German or Spanish? Well, let me first look at what my Merriam Webster says a return is (oh! They define it in singular, how disappointing!):
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    Mark Twain (1835-1910)


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    Mark Twain in His Times


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    Search results for "Mark Twain"


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    Mark Twain

    Der US-amerikanische Schriftsteller erlangte Berühmtheit durch seinen literarischen Humor und seine literarische Satire. Dazu zählt sein weltberühmtes Werk "Die Abenteuer des Huckleberry Finn" aus dem Jahr 1884. Er war ein Wegbereiter der modernen amerikanischen Epik, in der er ein Spiegelbild der zeitgenössischen amerikanischen Gesellschaft auf der unteren sozialen Ebene lieferte. Das literarische Vorbild zu "Huckleberry Finn" lieferte der spanische Schelmenroman. Mark Twain war ein Meister der gesprochenen Sprache und der Pointen. In seinem Alterswerk vertrat er eine pessimistische Anschauung. Mark Twains schriftstellerisches Verdienst liegt zudem darin, dass er die Dialekte des Mittleren Westens der USA in die Literatur einführte...
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    Mark Twain verließ Hannibal und arbeitete in verschiedenen Städten der USA als Drucker. Ab dem Jahr 1857 wurde er Lotse auf einem Mississippidampfer. Aus der Zeit dieser Tätigkeit stammt auch sein Künstlername. "Mark Twain" bedeutet in der Sprache der Flussschiffer zwei Faden (3,69 m), und damit ist die Tiefe des Flusses gemeint.
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    Planetary Names: Crater, craters: Mark Twain on Mercury


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    Twain Harte, California - Mark Twain and Bret Harte


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    Samuel Langhorne Clemens (* 30. November 1835 in Florida, Missouri; † 21. April 1910 in Redding, Connecticut) – besser bekannt unter seinem Pseudonym "Mark Twain" – war ein US-amerikanischer Schriftsteller.

    Mark Twain ist vor allem als Autor der Bücher über die Abenteuer von Tom Sawyer und Huckleberry Finn bekannt. Er war ein Vertreter des Literatur-Genres „amerikanischer Realismus“ und ist besonders wegen seiner humoristischen, von Lokalkolorit und genauen Beobachtungen sozialen Verhaltens geprägten Erzählungen sowie aufgrund seiner scharfzüngigen Kritik an der amerikanischen Gesellschaft berühmt. In seinen Werken beschreibt er den alltäglichen Rassismus; seine Protagonisten durchschauen die Heuchelei und Verlogenheit der herrschenden Verhältnisse.
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    Fri, 03 Jan 2003 15:41:55 GMT
    Posted on 01/03/2003 by Ralf Zeigermann
    Mark Twain about long German words (like Heimatsicherheitshauptamt?) and other peculiarities of the German language.
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    Suchergebnisse: Mark Twain


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    Mark Twain


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    Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

    Engl. "Mark Twain" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1860 auf.

    Erstellt: 2015-10

    Mark Twain 1902 - Rose


    Auszeichnungen / Awards
    Blätter, Laub / Feuillage / Foliage
    Blüheigenschaften / Flowering Habit Large, full, borne mostly solitary
    Blütenblätter-Anzahl 26-40 petals
    Blütenfarbe / Flower Colour Light pink, deep pink shading
    Blütenform / Bloom Shape
    Blütengröße / Bloom Size
    Blütentyp / Bloom Type
    Blütezeit / Flowering Period, Blooming Season / Floraison Blooms in flushes throughout the season
    Bodenansprüche / Cultivation
    Dornen / Stacheln / Thorns Thornless (or almost)
    Duft / Fragrance / Scent Moderate fragrance
    Elternrosen / Herkunft
    Erkrankungen
    Erscheinungsjahr / DOB (Date of Birth) 1902
    Exhibition Name
    Genealogie / Parentage
    Hagebutten / Hips
    Knospen / Buds
    Ordnungskriterien / Klasse / Genre / Famille de rosiers Hybrid Tea
    Registration Name
    Schädlinge
    Schwächen / Weaknesses
    Standort
    Stärken / Strengths
    Stiele / Stems
    Synonyme
    Verwendung / Use Type de rosier
    Winterhärte / Hardiness USDA zone 6b through 9b
    Wuchsabstand / Dist. de plantation
    Wuchsform in small clusters bloom form
    Wuchshöhe / Taille / Height / Hauteur
    Wuchsweite / Width
    Züchter / Entdecker / Breeder / Hybridizer Bred by E. Gurney Hill Co. (United States, 1902)



    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.29083

    Bred by E. Gurney Hill Co. (United States, 1902).


    Erstellt: 2015-11

    Mark Twain 2000 - Rose


    Auszeichnungen / Awards Certificat de Merite Le Roeulx 2001
    Blätter, Laub / Feuillage / Foliage mattgrünes Blattwerk, Matte foliage
    Blüheigenschaften / Flowering Habit
    Blütenblätter-Anzahl 41+ petals
    Blütenfarbe / Flower Colour Pink, hellrosa, silberrosa
    Blütenform / Bloom Shape stark gefüllte, schalenförmige Blüten, Very full bloom form
    Blütengröße / Bloom Size
    Blütentyp / Bloom Type einzeln und in Büscheln blühend
    Blütezeit / Flowering Period, Blooming Season / Floraison Blooms in flushes throughout the season
    Bodenansprüche / Cultivation
    Dornen / Stacheln / Thorns
    Duft / Fragrance / Scent leichter Duft, Mild fragrance
    Elternrosen / Herkunft Arthur Bell (Floribunda, McGredy, 1964) × Electron (hybrid tea, McGredy, 1970)
    Erkrankungen
    Erscheinungsjahr / DOB (Date of Birth) 2000
    Exhibition Name
    Genealogie / Parentage
    Hagebutten / Hips
    Knospen / Buds
    Ordnungskriterien / Klasse / Genre / Famille de rosiers Floribundarose, Grandiflora
    Registration Name
    Schädlinge
    Schwächen / Weaknesses
    Standort
    Stärken / Strengths ausserordentlicher Haltbarkeit, gesund
    Stiele / Stems
    Synonyme Mark Twain, Mark Twayn
    Verwendung / Use Type de rosier Beetrose, Freilandschnittsorte, Schnittrose
    Winterhärte / Hardiness USDA zone 6b through 9b
    Wuchsabstand / Dist. de plantation
    Wuchsform kräftiger, breiter Wuchs
    Wuchshöhe / Taille / Height / Hauteur 100 cm
    Wuchsweite / Width
    Züchter / Entdecker / Breeder / Hybridizer Bred by Richard Huber (Switzerland, 2000)



    (E?)(L?) http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.39789


    (E?)(L?) http://www.rosen-huber.ch/winarbor.dll/WINARBOR_LIST?QUERYTEXT=Mark+Twain


    (E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/namen_der_rosen/mark_twain.html


    (E?)(L?) http://www.welt-der-rosen.de/duftrosen/rosen_maril.htm#mark_twain


    (E?)(L?) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_von_Rosensorten


    Erstellt: 2015-11

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    pseudodictionary
    Pseudo-Dictionary
    Jargon-Dictionary
    Slang-Dictionary
    New-Words-Dictionary

    (E4)(L1) http://www.pseudodictionary.com/
    The dictionary for words that wouldn't make it into dictionaries.

    Bei diesem Dictionary handelt es sich um eine riesige Sammlung von "Wörtern, die nicht in allgemeinen Wörterbüchern vorkommen". Es ist eine Sammlung von neuen Wörtern, aber wohl auch von älteren Slang-Wörtern, die hier vielleicht zum ersten Mal erfasst werden. Ich denke, damit gibt es eine gewisse Berechtigung, das Pseudo-Dictionary in der Rubrik "amerikanischer Neologismen" im Etymologie-Portal aufzunehmen.

    currently » 25920 live words, and 78 awaiting approval

    (E?)(L?) http://www.pseudodictionary.com/about.php

    about us section
    who’s behind all of this tomfoolery anyway?

    pseudodictionary was started by paul because he has his own mini-slang language. he was continually making up new words and using them (and trying to get his friends to use them, too). so one day he decided to make a site dedicated to made-up slang words, a site where everyone would be able to add and get credit for their own words. this is that site.

    we’re compiling a different sort of dictionary here. words you find on this site won’t be found in webster’s or roget’s or oxford’s. the words on this site are words that regular (we use the term loosely) people such as you use every day. so here’s your chance to be part of a dictionary by submitting your own words.


    Erstellt: 2010-02

    (E?)(L?) http://www.pseudodictionary.com/search.php?letter=etc
    Als Besipiel sollen die - auch in diesem Dictionary nicht alphabetisch zuordenbaren - Wörter der Kategorie "etc." dienen:

    120 words beginning with etc

    (E?)(L?) http://www.pseudodictionary.com/pseudoboard/viewthread.php?tid=224
    Ein paar interessante Erklärungen, die mir aufgefallen sind:



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