Mark Twain "The Million Pound Bank Note"

Mark Twain "The Million Pound Bank Note"



Mark Twain

Have you ever made a bet – a big bet? In the 1850s, a young American finds himself in London by chance. He is penniless, and yet he leads the luxurious life of a millionaire. How can he do this? It’s all thanks to a bizarre bet made by two eccentric gentlemen.


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