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The Stolen White Elephant, Mark Twain

From the father of American literature, four sparkling comic tales of extraordinary animals and parables subverted.

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Title: The Stolen White Elephant 

Original: The Stolen White Elephant

Category: Short Stories

Author: Mark Twain

Publisher: Penguin Books

Year: 2016

Pgs: 64

Weight: 0.057 kg

ISBN: 978-0-214-25174-4

This book is in English

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'PALE TERROR GOES BEFORE HIM, DEATH AND DEVASTATION FOLLOW!'

From the father of American literature, four sparkling comic tales of extraordinary animals and parables subverted.

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