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A Connecticut yankee in King Arthur's court /

ENDURING LITERATURE ILLUMINATED BY PRACTICAL SCHOLARSHIP A nineteenth-century American travels back in time to sixth-century England in this darkly comic social satire. THIS ENRICHED CLASSIC EDITION INCLUDES: A concise introduction that gives the reader important background informationA chronology of the author's life and workA timeline of significant events that provides the book's historical contextAn outline of key themes and plot points to guide the reader's own interpretationsDetailed explanatory notesCritical analysis, including contemporary and modern perspectives on the workDiscussion questions to promote lively classroom and book group interactionA list of recommended related books and films to broaden the reader's experience Enriched Classics offer readers affordable editions of great works of literature enhanced by helpful notes and insightful commentary. The scholarship provided in Enriched Classics enables readers to appreciate, understand, and enjoy the world's finest books to their full potential. SERIES EDITED BY CYNTHIA BRANTLEY JOHNSON.

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  • "The novel explains the tale of Hank Morgan, a 19th-century resident of Hartford, Connecticut who, after a blow to the head, awakens to find himself inexplicably transported back in time to early medieval England at the time of the legendary King Arthur."
  • "ENDURING LITERATURE ILLUMINATED BY PRACTICAL SCHOLARSHIP A nineteenth-century American travels back in time to sixth-century England in this darkly comic social satire. THIS ENRICHED CLASSIC EDITION INCLUDES: A concise introduction that gives the reader important background informationA chronology of the author's life and workA timeline of significant events that provides the book's historical contextAn outline of key themes and plot points to guide the reader's own interpretationsDetailed explanatory notesCritical analysis, including contemporary and modern perspectives on the workDiscussion questions to promote lively classroom and book group interactionA list of recommended related books and films to broaden the reader's experience Enriched Classics offer readers affordable editions of great works of literature enhanced by helpful notes and insightful commentary. The scholarship provided in Enriched Classics enables readers to appreciate, understand, and enjoy the world's finest books to their full potential. SERIES EDITED BY CYNTHIA BRANTLEY JOHNSON."@en
  • "Hank Morgan, a mechanic and factory supervisor from Hartford, Connecticut, wakes up to find himself transported to the 6th century Court of King Arthur."
  • "A stoical New Englander is transported to sixth-century Camelot."
  • "The story of Hank Morgan, a nineteenth-century American who is accidentally returned to sixth-century England, is a powerful analysis of such issues as monarchy versus democracy and free will versus determinism. Yet it is also one of Twain's finest comic novels, still fresh and funny after more than 100 years. This edition reproduces more than 40 of Dan Beard's original drawings. - ;When A Connecticut Yankee at King Arthur's Court was published in 1889, Mark Twain was undergoing a series of personal and professional crises. Thus what began as a literary burlesque of British chivalry and cultur."@en
  • "Told in comic book format, the Connecticut Yankee, a nineteenth-century mechanic, suffers a blow to the head and wakes up in King Arthur's Britain."@en
  • "This book is designed primarily to alleviate the agony that language learning in its early stages entails, when the foreign words in the sentence simply will not combine to make sense. Legions of beginners give up when they could have made it with the aid of a book like this. But for centuries schoolmasters have frowned on this device, calling it dirty names like crib, crutch, pony. But the truth is that highly educated and motivated people have learned to read a foreign language this way. The great German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann, who knew many ancient and modern languages, acquire."@en
  • "Hank Morgan of Hartford, Connecticut, inadvertently travels back in time to sixteenth-century England where he tries to introduce modern technology and political ideas."
  • "A Yankee goes back in time and tries to "modernize" Camelot to his own liking."
  • "A blow on the head transports a Yankee to 528 A.D. where he proceeds to modernize King Arthur's kingdom."@en
  • "A blow on the head transports a Yankee to 528 A.D. where he proceeds to modernize King Arthur's kingdom."
  • "A Yankee mechanic, knocked out in a fight, awakens at Camelot in A.D. 528. He saves himself from prison and death by posing as a magician and becoming minister to King Arthur. But when he attempts to help out the peasants, he meets opposition."
  • "A retelling of the Samuel Clemens story in comic book format."@en
  • "This copy is part of a hypertexts collection produced by students and faculty at the University of Virginia American Studies Program."@en
  • "While Hank Morgan, Twain's time-displaced Yankee traveller, keeps up a steady stream of flippancies, founding the first tabloid, the Camelot Weekly Hosannah and Literary Volcano, and organizing a game of baseball between armour-clad knights, he also keeps up a steady commentary on the social mores of King Arthur's court, criticizing the hereditary social classes and state church still strong in the Victorian England of Twain's own day, and championing women's suffrage and union labour organization."
  • "When Hank Morgan awakens after a knockout blow to the head, he is shocked to find himself transported from his native Connecticut into the medieval world of King Arthur's Court. What follows is a comedic adventure where Hank, utilizing his knowledge of nineteenth century technology, attempts to improve the lives of the people of Camelot, thus altering the course of history. </ Written to satirize nineteenth-century ideals of the Middle Ages, Mark Twain's <A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court</ is now regarded as one of the first American time-travel narratives. As with many of Twain's works, <A Connecticut Yankee</ has been adapted numerous times for both stage and screen, and has been used as a reference in everything from subsequent works of science fiction to an episode of <Bugs Bunny</.</ HarperPerennial Classics brings great works of literature to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms. Look for more titles in the HarperPerennial Classics collection to build your digital library.</"@en
  • "Hank Morgan of Hartford travels back in time to sixteenth-century England where he tries to introduce modern technology and political ideas."@en
  • "Mark Twain's classic tale of Hank Morgan, a resident of 19th-century Hartford, Connecticut, who is inexplicably transported to the early medieval England of King Arthur."
  • "Mark Twain's classic tale of Hank Morgan, a resident of 19th-century Hartford, Connecticut, who is inexplicably transported to the early medieval England of King Arthur."@en
  • "Classic satire about a nineteenth-century New England factory worker who is knocked unconscious and transported back to the year 528. Hank Morgan awakens in King Arthur's court in Britain, where he attempts to improve living conditions by introducing modern inventions and democratic ideas."
  • "A blow to the head transports a Yankee to 528 A.D. where he proceeds to modernize King Arthur's kingdom by organizing a school system, constructing telephone lines, and inventing the printing press."@en
  • "HarperCollins is proud to present its new range of best-loved, essential classics. 'You can't depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus.' Knocked unconscious, it is only when mechanic Hank Morgan comes to that he finds himself in 6th-century England rather than nineteenth-century America. Surrounded by the traditions and customs of Camelot and King Arthur's court, Morgan dislikes the hereditary social class structure and state church and attempts to instil his American idealism and love for technology and progress in King Arthur's people. Hugely comedic and satirical in its take on the British monarchy and society, the book remains one of Twain's most original and best-loved works."
  • "What begins as a literary burlesque of British chivalry and culture grows into a disturbing satire of late 19th century technology and social thought."
  • "A retelling of A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's court in comic book format."@en
  • "In Mark Twain's 1889 novel A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Hank Morgan awakes from a blow to the head only to find that he has been mysteriously transported back in time. It is early medieval England, the time of King Arthur and Hank is taken to the Camelot castle by a Knight of the King's. Ridiculed for his funny manner and dress sense, and sentenced to burn at the stake, Hank recovers through an incredible stroke of luck, and in doing so convinces the superstitious King and his subjects that he possesses great powers."
  • "In Mark Twain's 1889 novel A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Hank Morgan awakes from a blow to the head only to find that he has been mysteriously transported back in time. It is early medieval England, the time of King Arthur and Hank is taken to the Camelot castle by a Knight of the King's. Ridiculed for his funny manner and dress sense, and sentenced to burn at the stake, Hank recovers through an incredible stroke of luck, and in doing so convinces the superstitious King and his subjects that he possesses great powers."@en
  • "Mark Twain A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court Cracked on the head by a crowbar in nineteenth-century Connecticut, Hank Morgan wakes to find himself in King Arthur's England, facing a world whose idyllic surface masks fear, injustice, and ignorance. In this acclaimed tour de force, Mark Twain moves from broad comedy to biting social satire, from the pure joy of wild high jinks to deeply probing insights into the nature of man. Considered by H. L. Mencken to be "the most bitter critic of American platitude and delusionthat ever lived, "Twain enchants readers with a Camelot that strikes disturbingly contemporary notes. With an introduction by Leland Krauth And an afterword by Edmund Reiss"
  • ""An annotated edition of American author Mark Twain's 1889 social and technological satire in which Hank Morgan, a nineteenth-century American, is transported to sixth-century England. Also includes several of Dan Beard's original illustrations for the novel, as well as a scholarly introduction, a Twain chronology, and a selected bibliography." *** "This satiric novel is a 'tale of a commonsensical Yankee who is carried back in time to Britain in the Dark Ages, and it celebrates homespun ingenuity and democratic values in contrast to the superstitious ineptitude of a feudal monarchy.'" Merriam-Webster's Ency of Lit."
  • "An American Classic, originally published in 1889."
  • "Hank Morgan, cracked on the head by a crowbar in nineteenth-century Connecticut, wakes to find himself in King Arthur's England."@en
  • "Hank Morgan, cracked on the head by a crowbar in nineteenth-century Connecticut, wakes to find himself in King Arthur's England, facing a world whose idyllic surface masks fear, injustice, and ignorance."@en
  • "Nineteenth-century mechanic Hank Morgan suffers a blow to the head and wakes up in King Arthur's Court where he tries to introduce modern technology and political ideas to the inhabitants."
  • "Nineteenth-century mechanic Hank Morgan suffers a blow to the head and wakes up in King Arthur's Court where he tries to introduce modern technology and political ideas to the inhabitants."@en
  • "Daniel Beard's original illustrations accompany the story of a Connecticut workman who finds himself transported back to medieval England."
  • "In Mark Twain's 1889 novel A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Hank Morgan awakes from a blow to the head only to find that he has been mysteriously transported back in time. It is early medieval England, the time of King Arthur and Hank is taken to the Camelot castle by a Knight of the King's. Ridiculed for his funny manner and dress sense, and sentenced to burn at the stake, Hank recovers through an incredible stroke of luck, and in doing so convinces the superstitious King ..."@en
  • "Hank Morgan, a nineteenth-century American who is accidentally returned to sixth-century England, is a powerful analysis of such issues as monarchy versus democracy and free will versus determinism, but it is also one of Twain's finest comic novels, still fresh and funny after more than 100 years."@en
  • "This novel of Mark Twain's-"A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court"--Gives us an odd view of the American literary genius; it shows his bent toward science fiction."@en
  • "A Yankee of the late 19th century finds himself in King Arthur's English court and tries to show the people there how to change things."@en
  • "A Yankee of the late 19th century finds himself in King Arthur's English court and tries to show the people there how to change things."
  • "This satirical novel tells the story of Hank Morgan, the quintessential self-reliant New Englander, who brings to King Arthur's Age of Chivalry the "great and benificent" miracles of nineteenth-century engineering and Yankee ingenuity."@en
  • "In graphic novel format this book tells the story of nineteenth-century Hank Morgan who goes back in time to King Arthur's kingdom and tries to introduce modern technology and political ideas."@en
  • ""Burlesque of the historical romance. A Yankee of the most arrant modern type is plumped down in the middle of King Arthur's England. The serious purpose, which is not obtruded, is to strip off the glamour and tinsel of chivalry...and show the evils...that actually underlay it." Baker. Guide to the Best Fic."
  • "Hank Morgan awakens one morning to find he has been transported from nineteenth-century New England to sixth-century England and the reign of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Morgan brings to King Arthur's utopian court the ingenuity of the future, resulting in a culture clash that is at once satiric, anarchic, and darkly comic. Critically deemed one of Twain's finest and most caustic works, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court is both a delightfully entertaining story and a disturbing analysis of the efficacy of government, the benefits of progress, and the dissolution of social mores. It remains as powerful a work of fiction today as it was upon its first publication in 1889. From the Trade Paperback edition."@en
  • "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court is one of the great comic fantasies in literature. A Yankee is whisked back in time from America in the second half of the 19th century to 6th century England, when England was ruled and guided from Camelot by monarch and magician. What happens when a modern (for Twain) man with a background of railroads, advertising, ammunition and soap arrives int he medieval glade and castle? How do the spells of Merlin and the lances of the Knights fare against industrial man? This is a wonderfully comic tale for people of all ages, narrated with infectious humor and character by Canadian-born Kenneth Jay. Classic literature with Classical Music."
  • "When Hank Morgan is cracked on the head by a crowbar in 19th-century Connecticut, one of literature's most extraordinary fantasy tales begins to unfold. Humorous, devilishly insightful, and resoundingly contemporary, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurs Court remains one of the most celebrated stories in the canon of American writing. Awakening to find himself in the England of King Arthur, Morgan discovers a world of fear, injustice, and ignorance hiding behind a Utopian mirage. The tough-minded Yankee;the embodiment of scientific knowledge;must overcome daunting obstacles, including Merlin the Magician, as he sets out to enlighten sixth-century England. Only Mark Twains unparalleled gift for story-telling could produce this acrobatic tour de force that moves from broad comedy to biting social satire, and from the pure joy of wild high jinks to deeply probing insights into the nature of man."@en
  • "A blow on the head transports a Yankee to 528 A.D. where he proceeds to modernize King Arthur's kingdom by organizing a school system, constructing telephone lines, and inventing the printing press."@en
  • "A blow on the head transports a Yankee to 528 A.D. where he proceeds to modernize King Arthur's kingdom by organizing a school system, constructing telephone lines, and inventing the printing press."
  • "A blow on the head transports a Yankee to 528 A.D. where he proceeds to modernize King Arthur's kingdom by organizing a school system, consturcting telephone lines, and inventing the printing press."@en
  • "Hank Morgan awakens one morning to find he has been transported from nineteenth-century New England to sixth-century England and the reign of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Morgan brings to King Arthur's utopian court the ingenuity of the future, resulting in a culture clash that is at once satiric, anarchic, and darkly comic."
  • "Hank Morgan awakens one morning to find he has been transported from nineteenth-century New England to sixth-century England and the reign of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Morgan brings to King Arthur's utopian court the ingenuity of the future, resulting in a culture clash that is at once satiric, anarchic, and darkly comic."@en
  • "When Hank Morgan awakens after a knockout blow to the head, he is shocked to find himself transported from his native Connecticut into the medieval world of King Arthur's Court. What follows is a comedic adventure where Hank, utilizing his knowledge of nineteenth century technology, attempts to improve the lives of the people of Camelot, thus altering the course of history."@en
  • "Containing 11 reproducible exercises to maximize vocabulary development and comprehension skills, these guides include pre-and post-reading activities, story synopses, key vocabulary, and answer keys."@en
  • "A clean description of the actions and thoughts of the story and a concise interpretation."@en
  • "A blow to the head transports a Yankee to 528 A.D., where he proceeds to modernize King Arthur's kingdom."@en
  • "A blow to the head transports a Yankee to 528 A.D., where he proceeds to modernize King Arthur's kingdom."
  • "A blow on the head transports a Yankee to 528 A.D. where heproceeds to modernize King Arthur's kingdom by organizing a school system,constructing telephone lines, and inventing the printing press."@en
  • "Satirical spoof taking an American backward in time to the England of Galahad."@en
  • "Camelot - Well, here I am! Surrounded by quests and chivalry and idiots in armor bashing other idiots in armor. Trapped in the 6th Century with Lancelot, Morgan le Fay, Merlin and the Round Table gang. Maybe it's a dream come true; but in fact, the land of Arthur could use some improvements ... Like soap. Baseball. Telephones, toothpaste, trains, bikes, electricity, newspapers ... free elections. Mark Twain's classic tale of time travel."@en
  • "A witty tale about a 19th century New Englander who travels back to King Arthur's realm. The absurdities of both time periods are humorously revealed."@en
  • "A witty tale about a 19th century New Englander who travels back to King Arthur's realm. The absurdities of both time periods are humorously revealed."
  • "This is the story of a Connecticut Yankee who is magically transported back to King Arthur's time, but with the knowledge of modern technology. Will technology win out over the magic of Merlin, the court magician?"@en
  • "A blow on the head transports a Yankee to 528 A.D. where he proceeds to modernize King Arthur's kingdom by organizing a school system, constructing telephone lines, a nd inventing the printing press."@en
  • "When chance brings Edward Tudor and Tom Canty together, they decide for fun to switch clothes and places. Exchanging their roles as heir to the throne of England and as a pauper's son, they learn how the other half really lives."
  • "When chance brings Edward Tudor and Tom Canty together, they decide for fun to switch clothes and places. Exchanging their roles as heir to the throne of England and as a pauper's son, they learn how the other half really lives."@en
  • "Hank is in for a great adventure when he falls asleep in the 19th century and wakes up in King Arthur's court."

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