The million-pound note is one of Mark Twain's funniest stories, which earned him a run for the movies. A miserable and ruined American honest in London attends sudden changes in his fortune, with the hand of two eccentric millionaires. All your honesty and your abilities are put to the test. Twain poses here with his usual humor and irony questions such as the true value of money, veneration and hypocrisy that arise around him, and the sense of honesty, friendship and love. The illustrations of Marcos Morán enrich the story.