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As per recent reports, Google this Wednesday celebrated the 176th birthday of Mark Twain, utterly famous American humorist and author, by placing a doodle on the homepage of its legendary search engine. The doodle depicted a scene from one of Mark Twain’s most admired novel, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
The design on the homepage of Google search engine depicts the protagonist, Tom Sawyer, whitewashing a railing along with his peer Ben Tom, whom Aunt Polly punished for grubbing his clothes in a clash with a St Louis boy.
Mark Twain was born on 30th November 1835 as Samuel Langhorne Clemens in Florida, Missouri. He is best recognized for his humor and is still one of the most towering figures in the history of American literature. The most beautiful and successful novels penned by Mark Twain includes The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876), which was later followed by its sequel, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1885).
The popular doodle by Google, which depicts an absorbing scene from The Adventure of Tom Sawyer, is visible all over the world, counting Asia and Europe.
The doodle created for remembering Mark Twain is a full-width depiction, which features Tom Sawyer and Ben at different stages during their whitewashing work of a fence. The Mark Twain doodle is reportedly deemed to be the largest doodle till date. On clicking on the doodle, you will be directed to a search result page of Google which has Mark Twain as the keyword.
Samuel Langhorne Clemens popularly known as Mark Twain left the world with his divine humor and absorbing fiction on April 21, 1910. But till today, he is remembered with profound esteem for his several works in the field of American Literature.