Mark Twain’s marked humorist in his comic many stories is majestically described in three of them: “Journalism in Tennessee”, “How I edited an Agricultural Paper” and “The invalid’s Story” which make him unique and special in any country and through time. More than that, every single one of these stories gave me such great pleasure and a sense of profound renewal that nourishes me. I found, in Mark Twain’s stories, an extraordinary writing ability to depict with clarity, precision, depth, and empathy that life is comical and barely rational.
The sense of atmosphere in all three stories is humorous, which style seems to reside in the center of the human drama and very focus in the vernacular for the popular press. The creation of “Journalism in Tennessee” is generally about the story of a press journalist who was persuaded by his physician to move Southern to improve his health. So he decided to go to Tennessee and got a job. He started describing the person, he was working for, as a very radical person not only because of the way he writes, but the way he dresses, and the way he describes the office. The first assignment he did he used his usual writing skills and style that were generally a good writing style for his prior location which was not by any means the style and the way the events, persons, circumstances were described as a Southerner journalist.
The story “How I Edited an Agricultural Paper” is generally about a journalist who did not have a clue about farming of certain products he was writing about. He used the wrong recommendations and suggestions which made them famous for his lack of logics and knowledge that were used in his articles. When his boss came back he found this out and he thought the reputation of the paper got permanent injured because of the disgrace of the journalist so he decided to fire him. However, the journalist told him that he had decided to resign by himself, so he didn’t need to...