Lagniappe as Depicted in Mark Twain's "Life on the Mississippi"
Mark Twain described Lagniappe in his 1883 book "Life on the Mississippi," stating "it is the equivalent of the thirteenth roll in a "baker's dozen." It is something thrown in, gratis, for good measure."
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