Huckleberry Finn is Mark Twain's masterpiece
Mark Twain became the sage of the country
Sam Clemens decided to take on a new name, Mark Twain
Twain traveled abroad with the idea that America is the center of the universe, not Europe
Twain made American speech something to be admired.
Hal Holbrook discusses how Twain's writing makes him feel.
Twain's humor is always colored by the knowledge that horrible things can happen in life.
The idea of Place formed Mark Twain.
Twain wanted to be rustic and a rebel, but also wealthy and successful.
Twain always included himself in all his human ridicule.
Innocents Abroad was a subscription book.
The Mississippi River was a sacred place for Twain.
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