Would it be better to start life as an old man and end it as an infant? That was the question posed by Mark Twain that inspired F. Scott Fitzgerald to write his short story, "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button."
This classic Mark Twain tale is a witty commentary on poverty and wealth. There is much of Twain’s personal circumstance reflected in the story, as Twain had recently gone from riches to near bankruptcy.
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One of my favorite stories is a short poem by Lewis Carroll, Jabberwocky - from his 1871 book “Through the Looking Glass.” What makes it special is its ability to tell a compelling tale using a host of nonsense words.