The Letters of Mark Twain Vol.5 & 6

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An editorial in the Louisville Courier-Journal, early in 1901, said: "A remarkable transformation, or rather a development, has taken place in Mark Twain. The genial humorist of the earlier day is now a reformer of the vigorous kind, a sort of knight errant who does not hesitate to break a lance with either Church or State if he thinks them interposing on that broad highway over which he believes not a part but the whole of mankind has the privilege of passing in the onward march of the ages." Mark Twain had begun "breaking ...

The Letters of Mark Twain Vol.5 & 6 2006, 1st World Library

ISBN-13: 9781421807744

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The Letters of Mark Twain Vol.5 & 6 2004, 1st World Library - Literary Society

ISBN-13: 9781595403247

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