Writer’s Wednesday: Mark Twain

Click Here to Read:  My Front Page:  Mark Twain.

Click Here to Read: Mark Twain, A Film by Ken Burns on the PBS.org website.

Click Here to Read: Mark Twain is Dead at 74 in the New York Times on April 21, 1910.

Click Here to Read:  Mark Twain’s Eternal Chatter By Ben Tarnoff in the New Yorker on November 13, 2013.

Click Here to Read:  The 10 Best Mark Twain Books By Harry L. Katz on the Publisher’s Weekly website on October 17, 2014.

Click Here to Read:  Mark Twain: not an American but the American: ‘All American literature comes from one book . . . called Huckleberry Finn,’ Hemingway declared. The novel remains both one of the most beloved and most banned books in the US. As the first volume of Mark Twain’s unexpurgated autobiography is finally published 100 years after his death, Sarah Churchwell reflects on a national icon the Guardian website on October 29, 2010.

Click Here to Read: Unseen Mark Twain fairytale to be published: Huckleberry Finn author made up numerous stories for his children, but The Purloining of Prince Oleomargarine is the only one to survive by Danuta Kean on the Guardian Website on January 23, 2017.

Click Here to Read: The “Truth” of Mark Twain by Ellen Moers in The New York Review of Books on January 20, 1966.

Click Here to Read:  Mark Twain’s short stories stand the test of time: Mark Twain’s voice and spirit still have a place in our fast-paced worldby Laura Skandera Tromble in the Los Angeles Times on June 10, 2012.

Click Here to Read:  Mark Twain’s Riverboat Ramblings By Garrison Keilor in The New York Times on December 16, 2010.

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