The Diaries of Adam and Eve short summary & analysis

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The Diaries of Adam and Eve - Mark Twain


The Diaries of Adam and Eve Analysis

The book of Adam and Eve, in which Twain wrote about the relationships between men and women, tells one of the most beautiful love stories. The book also contains Adam and Eve's Diary, as well as several of the most famous short stories of Twain's "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County", "1,000,000 Pound Bank Note", "The Stolen White Elephant".

The Diaries of Adam and Eve Short Summary

The Diary of Adam

Imagine that Adam and Eve kept a diary when they first came into this world. Adam and Eve begin to discover each other. Adam describes his love for Eve with a scar on the left side of his chest and cannot make sense of it. Eve's constant speaking and the fact that she sees a name for every object she sees attracts Adam's attention.

“Let's take the dodo bird as an example. At first glance, the so-called man could immediately realize that he could not be Dodo but the new bird. Dodo said, Dodo is the name of the bird, of course. I'm exhausted from anger, but I do not care. Dodo! In fact, the more I dodo, the more that bird is dodo! ”

Adam is bored by the fact that Eve is always around him and never stops talking, and makes himself a shelter away from Eve. Eve finds Adam with an animal she calls Kurt. When he finds it, with the definition of Adam, water flows through the eyes and Adam decides to return to his former shelter with Eve.

Adam is uncomfortable that Eve is constantly trying to climb the forbidden tree. Eve says that dangerous things can be done unless anyone sees them. Eve tells him that the snake that she can talk to gave her this advice, says that if she tries to do so, she will change with a very big ascension. Adam tells Eve that this will lead to something else, bringing death to the world. But Eve thinks death doesn't bring anything bad and eats the forbidden fruit. All animals begin to smash each other. They leave their place and find a new place. In Tonav. Adam cannot withstand hunger anymore and he eats Eve's forbidden fruit.

Eve wraps around the leaves and Adam is surprised. He pulls through the leaves to understand what he's trying to do.

“His face became red, and began to laugh. I've never seen anyone blush like that before. ”

Adam collects the leaves he threw and covers himself.

While Adam is on a hunting trip for several months, Eve gives birth. Adam likens this new creature to himself, but he cannot make sense of the small size. They call it Kain. At first they think it's a fish and they even throw it into the sea to try, but it sinks. Adam cannot understand why Eve was so interested in these new creatures. After three months, the creature, who could not walk, began to walk, which surprised him more. While he follows his development, he likens it to various animals, but cannot find anything like it.

After a while, Adam goes on another three-month hunt, and when he returns, he sees that Eve has found the wife of this little creature that he cannot make sense of. They call it Abel.

Adam now feels alone without Eve.

Eve, on the other hand, thinks very differently from Adam and is more interested in nature. He likens Adam to a reptile. He realizes that Adam has escaped from him and the house continues to go after him.

Eve declares Sunday a day of rest. He is disturbed by Adam's constant resting. Eve thinks that the rest day is only Sunday.

According to Eve, Adam is a creature who does not understand subtlety and taste. He thinks he's an asset for rough work. But he still loves it. He interprets the reason that he loves him only because he is a man and only a man.

“If one of us has to go first, I wish I was the first one. My immigration from this world together is my greatest burning, my biggest longing. This longing will never disappear from the face of the earth, until the point is exhausted every loving woman will continue in the heart. This longing carries my name
I'm the first woman, and I'm gonna be the last woman.”


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