Themes in The Prince and the Pauper
<Tab/>Mark Twain had said that The Prince and the Pauper was a tale for young people of all ages. Primarily, it is a children's book, and the dominant themes running through the books are of childhood fairy tales: death of a parent, cruel substitute parents, abandonment, lost identity, and injustice. However, the two most major themes represented by the book are that of lost identity and confronting injustice with righteousness and mercy.
<Tab/>Mark Twain starkly contrasts the two worlds from which the two boys come from and hence the tattered brown paper o…
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