What is Man? and Other Essays
Although Mark Twain is revered as a master of American fiction, he was also known in his time for possessing a remarkable facility with the essay form. This collection of surprisingly insightful non-fiction and fiction pieces showcases Twain's astounding breadth as a writer. A must-read for fans of Twain's no-nonsense prose.
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The Death of Jean
The TurningPoint of My Life
How to Make History Dates Stick
The Memorable Assassination
A Scrap of Curious History
Switzerland the Cradle of Liberty
At the Shrine of St Wagner
English as She is Taught
A Simplified Alphabet
As Concerns Interpreting the Deity
Taming the Bicycle
Is Shakespeare Dead?
William Dean Howells
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