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Mark Twain

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9,382 words, approx. 32 pages
THE UNDERTAKER’S CHAT “Now that corpse,” said the undertaker, patting the folded hands of deceased approvingly, was a brick-every way you took him he was a brick.  He was so rea... Read more
16,230 words, approx. 55 pages
DISGRACEFUL PERSECUTION OF A BOY In San Francisco, the other day, “A well-dressed boy, on his way to Sunday-school, was arrested and thrown into the city prison for stoning Chinamen.” What... Read more
16,028 words, approx. 54 pages
SKETCHES NEW AND OLD by Mark Twain Part 2. Answers to correspondents—­[Written about 1865.] “Moral statistician.”—­I don’t want any of your statistics; I took you... Read more
13,573 words, approx. 46 pages
SKETCHES NEW AND OLD by Mark Twain Part 5. The Siamese Twins—­[Written about 1868.] I do not wish to write of the personal habits of these strange creatures solely, but also of certain curio... Read more
21,639 words, approx. 73 pages
SKETCHES NEW AND OLD by Mark Twain Part 1. CONTENTS (Entire ebook)   Preface   My Watch   Political Economy   The Jumping Frog   Journalism In Tenness... Read more
109,674 words, approx. 366 pages
PREFACE I have scattered through this volume a mass of matter which has never been in print before (such as “Learned Fables for Good Old Boys and Girls,” the “Jumping Frog restored t... Read more
16,069 words, approx. 54 pages
SKETCHES NEW AND OLD by Mark Twain Part 7. First interview with Artemus Ward—­[Written about 1870.] I had never seen him before.  He brought letters of introduction from mutual friends... Read more
17,292 words, approx. 58 pages
SKETCHES NEW AND OLD by Mark Twain Part 4. The late Benjamin Franklin—­[Written about 1870.] ["Never put off till to-morrow what you can do day after to-morrow just as well.”—&sh... Read more
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