The Plot Of Pudd'nhead Wilson
In the novel Pudd'nhead Wilson and Those Extraordinary Twins, Mark Twain wrote a good plot with some confusing parts. The novel is good and interesting and it is always interesting to read books by him because of his history here at Elmira College. I liked the plot and how things turned out and everything that led up to the climax, but I found at points that it was confusing. The book kept my interest and made me want to keep reading. The movie kept my attention because I am better with visual things rather than written.
Twain is an excellent writer and this is the second book of his I have read and I like them both very much. The plot is good and has a lot to it. The plot has everything a good novel has, such as suspense, humor and villainy. The Character Valet de Chambre "Tom" brought a lot to the plot and made it excellent. From the beginning of the book, Valet de Chambre "Tom" played a major role after being switched by his mother Roxy who was a slave. It is an odd situation that I don't think has occurred much. That is what made the plot good. It makes it good because I don't want to read a book with a plot of something I have heard about or have experiencedfirst hand. It doesn't make me want to read it because I know all about it.
Parts of the book were confusing to me. It didn't hurt the plot too much but it made me not want to read the book anymore because I didn't understand where the plot was going. The ending cleared everything up. I can't exactly pick a specific thing but it seems just to be around the part where Valet de Chambre "Tom" sells his mom down river.
"Ole Marse Driscoll'll sell you down de river befo' you is two days older den what you is now". (41)
It was confusing because there was a lot was going on and I had to go back and re read it. Basically the story line was choppy in…