Puddnhead Wilson and Other Tales : Those Extraordinary Twins, the Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg (Oxford World's Classics)

Pudd'nhead Wilson and Other Tales (World's Classics) - Mark Twain, R.D. Gooder The language is a bit hard to get into at fast, but then becomes easier once you get into the grove of reading it.It contains tons of thought-provoking themes on society, especially nature vs. nurture.For me, "Those Extraordinary Twins" is probably the most hilarious part of the Pudd'nhead Wilson' storyline. That farce is worth a read because it seems quite outrageous and unbelievable. Still, it's stories like those that make me fall in love with Twain's writing.