Samuel Langhorne Clemens is fondly remembered by his penname 'Mark Twain'. Twain's wit and satire that reflected in his speech, prose and writings made him popular worldwide. A creative adventurer with clever intellect, Twain has written about 11 novels, 26 short stories, 11 story collections, 14 essays, 6 essay collections, 10 non-fiction, 6 speeches 3 autobiographies and letters throughout his writing career. The 'Greatest American Humorist' of late 18th century was a passionate lecturer, publisher and entrepreneur. He started his entrepreneurial journey with a printer and went on to write newspaper articles for his brother. He also worked as a riverboat pilot at the Mississippi River before turning to journalism for Territorial Enterprise. His literary talents and humor earned the attention of several critics, peers, artists, industrialists and royalties. William Faulkner labeled him as the 'Father of American Literature'. His works not just entertained, but inspired many individuals, especially teens and youngsters. Mark rose to fame with his best pieces-- 'Adventures of Huckleberry Finn' (1885), 'The Adventures of Tom Sawyer' (1876) and The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County (1867). He was born shortly after Halley's Comet was spotted near earth. He predicted he would die with its return. Surprisingly, his prediction was accurate since he passed away a day after the comet returned. Mark Twain gave amazing thoughts and sayings through his books and teaching. Many of his lines are a great inspiration for all of us. We have collected some of the best inspirational quotes given by Mark Twain.