Mark Twain

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United States writer and humorist best known for his novels about Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn (1835-1910)

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As the editors of his letters add, "Clemens may have written, or at least inspired these remarks, for he was consistently contemptuous of Kate Field's platform abilities" (Twain, Mark Twain's Letters 4: 324).
The sheer bulk of Twain's correspondence has lent it to treatment in specialized collections, such as Mark Twain to Mary Fairbanks, The Love Letters of Mark Twain, Mark Twain's Letters to His Publishers, and the general, but clearly selective and sometimes unreliable collections by Albert Bigelow Paine.
Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, A Satirical novel by Twain, Mark , published in 1889.
Twain, Mark. The Adventures of Thomas Jefferson Snodgrass.
Huckleberry Finn (in full The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn) Novel by Twain, Mark, published in 1884.
Innocents Abroad, The (in full The Innocents Abroad; or, The New Pilgrims' Progress) A humorous travel narrative by Twain, Mark, published in 1869 and based on Twain's letters to newspapers about his 1867 steamship voyage to Europe, Egypt, and the Holy Land.
Twain, Mark. Mark Twain's Helpful Hints for Good Living: A Handbook for the Damned Human Race.
Letters from the Earth Miscellany of fiction, essays, and notes by Twain, Mark, published posthumously in 1962.
Life on the Mississippi Memoir of the steamboat era on the Mississippi River before the American Civil War by Twain, Mark, published in 1883.