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A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
In this short novel, Twain undertook to make an enjoyable story for children that also highlighted a couple pet peeves of his own. First, the "courtly...
Letters From the Earth
Think of this as Twain outtakes. These essays and partial pieces were edited by Bernard DeVoto 30 years after Twain died, but the widow demurred, so t...
Life on the Mississippi
The author who would become famous as Mark Twain started out in life as Samuel Clemens. Born and raised along the Mississippi River, Clemens would st...
A witty, quirky Everyman character makes use of his spare time (during working hours for his law practice!) defending a neighbor charged with the horr...
Roughing It (Thriller/Action)
The semi-autobiographical "Roughing It" is Mark Twain's somewhat fictional account of his real-life adventures in the 19th-century American West. He ...
Roughing It (Biography)
In 1861, Samuel Clemens was still years away from becoming the famous author known as Mark Twain. He'd been working as a steamboat pilot, but lost hi...
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
This book picks up where The Adventures of Tom Sawyer leaves off. After Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn get to keep the treasure they've found, Huck Finn ge...
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Tom Sawyer is a mischievous boy being raised by his Aunt Polly in a Missuri town right on the Mississippi River. When the book opens, he's gotten in ...
The Innocents Abroad
Mark Twain was already a famous author when he undertook a journey from the United States to Europe, the Middle East, and Hawaii, and he had long-ago ...
The Prince and the Pauper
In the Prince and the Pauper Twain took his very sharp pen and skewered the very idea of nobility by premising the relationship of a Prince with his c...
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