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Twain's mainstream pop acceptance was further helped by her appearance in the 1998 first edition of the VH1 Divas concert where she sang alongside Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Gloria Estefan and Aretha Franklin, and also by VH1's 1999 heavily aired Behind the Music, which concentrated on the tragic aspects of her early life as well as her physical attractiveness and Nashville's early resistance to her bare-midriff music videos.
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Also in 1998, White made a guest appearance on Shania Twain's Top Ten country and pop hit " From This Moment On " released on Shania's 1997 album Come On Over, there are several edits of the song, both country and pop.
The song was from Twain's Greatest Hits album and was released in two formats: a pop version with Mark McGrath as Twain's duet partner, and the country version, which featured Currington.
Also included is a list of alternate versions of each music video as Twain's music appeals to both country and pop markets.
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" The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County " was the title story of Mark Twain's first book one year later.
Because of her connection to her stepfather, in the past, people had presumed Twain's ancestry was Ojibwa, but she stated in an interview that her biological father was part Cree.
Twain's self-titled debut album was released in 1993 in North America and garnered her audiences outside Canada.
Twain's popularity in UK was reflected by numerous appearances on the long-running music show Top of the Pops, performing singles from Come on Over from 1999.
On December 20, 2010, Twain's manager confirmed that Twain was engaged to Swiss Frédéric Thiébaud ( the ex-husband of her former best friend ), an executive at Nestlé.
Thus, his response to Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court was to write a similar time travel novel ( Lest Darkness Fall ) in which the method of time travel was rationalized and the hero's technical expertise both set at a believable level and constrained by the technological limitations of the age.
Another influence might be Mark Twain's short story Luck, about an illustrious British general who was actually a blundering fool, but whose mistakes in the Crimean War always ended in success.
The island in front of Commerce was known as Cat Island at least as early as Mark Twain's time ; however, it has been absorbed by Powers Island to the south.
Hannibal was Missouri's third largest city when the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad was organized in 1846 in the offices of John M. Clemens ( Mark Twain's father ).
* Many of the characters from Mark Twain's fiction ( primarily The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ) were from the fictional town of St. Petersberg, which was supposed to parallel Hannibal
Image: J M Clemens-Justice of the Peace. jpg | The office of John Clemens, Mark Twain's father, who was the Justice of the Peace.
Little Bessie, a story ridiculing Christianity, was first published in the 1972 collection Mark Twain's Fables of Man.
Mark Twain's frankest views on religion appeared in his final Autobiography, which was published 100 years after his death, in November 2010.
In 1960, Moore was chosen to play the role of the runaway slave Jim in Michael Curtiz's film adaptation of Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, opposite Eddie Hodges as Huck.
* Van Wyck Brooks publishes The Ordeal of Mark Twain, arguing that Twain's genius was perverted by the conditions and culture of late 19th-century America.
Thus, A Connecticut Yankee ( 1927 ) was based on Mark Twain's novel, and The Boys From Syracuse ( 1938 ) on William Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors.
Favorites were Mark Twain's " Tom Sawyer ," Charles Dickens ’ s “ A Christmas Carol ,” and Oscar Wilde ’ s “ The Canterville Ghost .” For the Artin children, these readings replaced radio entertainment, which was strictly banned from the house.
Emily Grant Hutchings claimed that her 1917 novel Jap Herron: A Novel Written from the Ouija Board was dictated by Mark Twain's spirit through the use of a Ouija board after his death.
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Mark Twain's work on Joan of Arc is titled in full, Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc, by the Sieur Louis de Conte, who is identified further as Joan's page and secretary.
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In the autumn of 1984, Twain's talents were noticed by Toronto DJ Stan Campbell who wrote about her in a Country Music News article: " Eilleen possesses a powerful voice with an impressive range.
The album failed to sell significant copies initially, although Twain's future success generated enough interest for the album to be certified platinum six years later by the RIAA, denoting sales of over a million.
Before his emigration in autumn 1934, Adorno began work on a Singspiel based on Mark Twain's The Adventures of Tom Sawyer entitled The Treasure of Indian Joe, which he would, however, never complete ; by the time he fled Hitler's Germany Adorno had already written over a hundred opera or concert reviews and an additional fifty critiques of music composition.
Music videos for " Survivor " by Destiny's Child, " If It's Lovin ' That You Want " by Rihanna, " Sunshine " by Lil Flip, " Natural " by S Club 7, " Feel It Boy " by Beenie Man featuring Janet Jackson, and many others were filmed on Westward Beach such as Shania Twain's " You're Still the One ".
Twain's story about his pen name has been questioned by biographer George Williams III, the Territorial Enterprise newspaper, and Purdue University's Paul Fatout.
In 1979 he portrayed Sir Gawain in Walt Disney's film adaptation of Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Unidentified Flying Oddball, directed by Russ Mayberry, and co-starring Dennis Dugan, Jim Dale, Ron Moody and Kenneth More.
Twain's style – influenced by journalism, wedded to the vernacular, direct and unadorned but also highly evocative and irreverently humorous – changed the way Americans write their language.
Such forms of sportive equipment during the final phase of the joust in 16th-century Germany gave rise to modern misconceptions about the heaviness or clumsiness of " medieval armour ", as notably popularized by Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court.
Kingdom of the Sun was to have been a tale of a greedy, selfish emperor ( voiced by Spade ) who finds a peasant ( voiced by Owen Wilson ) who looks just like him ; the emperor swaps places with the peasant for fun, much as in author Mark Twain's archetypal novel The Prince and the Pauper.
Peace is mentioned by name in the Sherlock Holmes short story, The Adventure of the Illustrious Client and in Mark Twain's Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven.
In quoting Mark Twain, Finkelstein argued, " Dershowitz cites two paragraphs from Twain as continuous text, just as Peters cites them as continuous text, but in Twain's book the two paragraphs are separated by 87 pages.
Mark Twain's 1876 story " A Literary Nightmare " ( also known as " Punch, Brothers, Punch ") is about a jingle which one can get rid of only by transferring it to another person.
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* Christian Science Mark Twain's famous, vitriolic 1907 polemic mocking Mary Baker Eddy, her writings, and the church's financial arrangements.
When rock producer Robert " Mutt " Lange heard Twain's original songs and singing from her debut album, he offered to produce and write songs with her.
In Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court Morgan le Fay is an archetypical corrupt and cruel feudal aristocrat, keeping prisoners for decades in her dungeon.
Perhaps the most famous pantry incident in literature was when Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer had to do penance for his getting into his Aunt Polly's jam in her pantry: as punishment, he had to white-wash her fence.
Her parents read a variety of literature to her, including Bible stories, The Wind in the Willows, and Mark Twain's novels, until she was 14.