B. J. Harrison Reads The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County (EN) - Mark Twain

B. J. Harrison Reads The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County (EN)

Mark Twain

vlastným menom Samuel Langhorne Clemens, sa narodil ako šieste zo siedmich detí. Bol americký spisovateľ, satirik a humorista. V roku 1839 sa jeho rodina presťahovala do mesta Hannibal. Jeho otec zomrel, keď mal 11 rokov. V rokoch 1853 - 1856 pracoval ako kníhtlačiar v New York City,...

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Have you been caught in a long and meaningless conversation of which you want to sneak out but somehow find it difficult to do so? Simon Wheeler was sitting quietly in a tavern in a small mining town when an unknown man approached him. The man was actual

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Have you been caught in a long and meaningless conversation of which you want to sneak out but somehow find it difficult to do so? Simon Wheeler was sitting quietly in a tavern in a small mining town when an unknown man approached him. The man was actually sent there with a mission: he had to ask Wheeler if he knew another man called Leonidas Smiley. And there the big misunderstanding occurred, because the stranger began rambling about another Smiley he knew. He kept telling funny stories about tricky situations Smiley had gotten himself into. Did Wheeler care? Absolutely not. Will he manage to get himself out of this conversation? Listen to "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" to find out.
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