The Wit & Wisdom of Mark Twain
Harper & Row, 1987 - 265 pagina's
This sparkling anthology of Mark Twain's most trenchant remarks has been culled from his books, speeches, letters and conversations recorded by contemporaries. The sayings are as fresh today as when he first wrote them and represent Twain at his wittiest and best.
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American answered asked audience Autobiography become believe Biography called civilization Clemens comes Connecticut Yankee critics dead death DeVoto difference don't Earth England essay experience fact feel Following the Equator give hand heard heart heaven Huckleberry Finn human humor idea Innocents Abroad interest invented Italy keep kind lecture Letter literary live look man's Mark Twain matter mean mind Mississippi morals natural Neider never Notebook offered once opinion Paine perfect person published Pudd nhead race reason religion replied reporter rest river Roughing Satan Sawyer sometimes speech stand story Stranger talk tell thing thought told Tramp trouble true truth weather whole Wilson woman write wrong wrote York young
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