The Diaries of Adam & Eve as translated by Mark Twain

The Diaries of Adam & Eve
as translated by Mark Twain

The Diaries of
Adam and Eve
by Mark Twain

Written in diary form including illustrations, Adam and Eve describe their thoughts, perceptions of one another, and their adventures. While the story of Adam and Eve is well-known, Twain definitely puts his own mark on it. Amidst the garden and apples and snakes, Adam and Eve must grapple with their own relationship. They both have opinions of life in the garden and of themselves. The afternoon will be filled with humor, revelations, and insights into the human condition as well as visuals from the book.

 

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Book cover of 1st printing