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Publisher's Summary

Mark Twain's story of Hank Morgan, a 19th-century resident of Hartford, Connecticut, who, after a blow to the head, awakens to find himself inexplicably transported back in time to early medieval England at the time of the legendary King Arthur.

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Clever adaptation, but —

I still own the Simon & Schuster audio cassette tape of this NBC Theatre production, and it is superior in many respects. In the Audible adaptation, there is a spot where the audio glitches out; as my 30+ year old cassette tape is still clear and intact, I don't see an excuse for audio glitches to be present in this version. If you can overlook what amounts to a ten second hiccough in the recording (fairly early on), this is a fun adaptation. NBC did a great job with the production, and Wally Maher makes an excellent Yankee.

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Great story

I had some trouble understanding the north eastern accent of the Yankee. Also the tone was not very clear. I think it is probably a very good production but I did have trouble understanding and hearing everything over the music as well.

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Fun and educational

Very fun
Exciting and very funny loved this book so much it is abridged so be carefull when referencing it