Extracts from Adam's Diary, translated from the original ms.

By Mark Twain

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...EXTRACTS FROM ADAM'S DIARY

Translated from the original MS.

by Mark Twain




[NOTE.--I translated a portion of this...

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...my shoulder, right at my
ear, first on one side and then on the other, and...

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...littered the whole estate with execrable names and offensive
signs:

THIS WAY TO THE WHIRLPOOL.

THIS WAY TO...

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...that a sufficient
justification for chancing any dangerous thing. Told her that.
The word justification moved...

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...all night as fast as he could go, hoping to get clear out of
the Park...

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...without her, now that I have lost my property. Another
thing, she says it is...

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...still think it is a fish,
but she is indifferent about what it is, and will...

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...some
kind of a bug. If it dies, I will take it apart and see...

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...milk is there for. They never
drink it.

Three Months Later

The kangaroo still continues to grow,...

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...think. She was not like this before she lost her mind.

A Fortnight Later

I examined...

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...talk like the parrot, having learned this, no doubt,
from being with the parrot so much,...