A person’s intellect is derived from their overall perception of the world combined with their beliefs and moral standing. Twain’s intellectual approach took a basic story and made it into a creative masterpiece filled with hidden messages. In a recent article, “Twain was considered one of the most traveled authors of his generation which overall helped him create a distinct form of writing” (Zehr 87) Twain acquired a vast amount of knowledge throughout his life. He traveled to numerous places, and in doing so, he increased his knowledge of the world along with his perspectives on specific topics.
Thus, Twain was a remarkable literary artist of his time. Initially, one discussed Twain’s use of social contexts in his work along with the story line of “The War Prayer.” Next, one explained the cultural context found throughout Twain’s work. Some history behind the cultural context was examined as well. Finally, the definition of intellectual context was defined along with how the experiences of Twain's life affected the overall outcome of his work. His use of cultural, social, and intellectual contexts created a unique writing style that propelled him to success in the literary