ACH151: Tha man who wrote Tom Sawyer would seem an unlikely author of a book about Joan of Arc. Tom and Noëlle Crowe explain how Mark Twain, this anti-Christian, even anti-Catholic, author, became not just interested in a Catholic saint’s life, but an ardent fan.
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Links for this episode:
- Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc, by Mark Twain
- How Joan of Arc conquered Mark Twain | America Magazine
- Why was “Joan of Arc” Mark Twain’s favorite among all his many books?
- Joan of Arc – Maid of Heaven – Mark Twain’s Writings
- Mark Twain’s Writing Style and Short Biography | LitPriest
- Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc – Wikipedia
- Joan of Arc – Wikipedia
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