The Prince and the Pauper

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Mark Twain – Although Tom Canty and Edward Tudor look alike, one lives in a palace and the other in the slums. By a chance encounter, they switch places, and the real “prince” finds himself a pauper. Living a pauper’s existence, he is considered mad when he makes claims to the throne. Must he be doomed to the slums for life?

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Mark Twain – Although Tom Canty and Edward Tudor look alike, one lives in a palace and the other in the slums. By a chance encounter, they switch places, and the real “prince” finds himself a pauper. Living a pauper’s existence, he is considered mad when he makes claims to the throne. Must he be doomed to the slums for life?

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