Life on the Mississippi
I should say so. I fancy we shan't run any of the river this trip as you've ever seen it run before--so to speak. If the river begins to rise again, we'll go up behind bars that you've always seen standing out of the river, high and dry like the roof of a house; we'll cut across low places that you've never noticed at all, right through the middle of bars that cover three hundred acres of river.
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Review: Life on the MississippiUser Review - Jennifer Walker - Goodreads
I really loved this book. It gives a fascinating look at life in the mid-late 19th Century via Twain's memories and musings. The book takes you on a journey from his days as a youth apprenticed to a ... Read full review
Review: Life on the MississippiUser Review - Johnny - Goodreads
Lasted for almost half of the book. Could not stay with it. Read full review