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Published: 1981

Author: Mark Twain

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Size: 320 Pages

ISBN: 0553210793

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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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.

How to Tell a Story and Other Essays

Not only was Mark Twain a master storyteller. He also wrote a lengthy essay on the subject. This book features Twain's advise on how to tell a story. It is an important skill for any analyst to master.

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