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Published: 1989

Author: Mark Twain

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Size: 256 Pages

ISBN: 0812504208

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

This was one of Mark Twain's earliest and more famous books. It is featured here as an example of the master storyteller's work. Twain is a great study in the art of storytelling, which is an important component of the analytic process.

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Life on the Mississippi

Life on the Mississippi was Mark Twain's memoir of his life as a steamboat pilot. It is featured here as a case study of Twain's abilities as a master storyteller. Storytelling is an important component of analytics and Twain is one of the ultimate examples.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is likely Twain's most famous book. It is a classic example of storytelling and is featured here because of the importance of that skill. Analyst must learn the art and value of storytelling to make their work more accessible.


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