The Autobiography of Mark Twain: In Defense of Naps, Bacon, Martinis, Profanity, and Other Indulgences

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"Mark Twain's autobiography is a classic of American letters, to be ranked with the autobiographies of Benjamin Franklin and Henry Adams.... It has the marks of greatness in it--style, scope, imagination, laughter, tragedy."--From the Introduction by Charles Neider Mark Twain was a figure larger than fife: massive in talent, eruptive in temperament, unpredictable in his actions. He crafted stories of heroism, adventure, tragedy, and comedy that reflected the changing America of the time, and he tells his own story--which ...

The Autobiography of Mark Twain: In Defense of Naps, Bacon, Martinis, Profanity, and Other Indulgences 2000, Harper Perennial, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780060955427

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