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Mark Twain's Letters 1860-1908 Letters
1889 to June 1907 Letters
The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, and Other Sketches 1867 Book
Information Wanted 1867 Essay
Mark Twain, New York, to "Dear Folks" (Jane Clemens et al), 1867 1867 Letter
Mark Twain, New York, to Joseph H. Twichell 1868 Nov 28 1868 Letter
1868 Toast To Woman 1868 Speech
The Siamese Twins 1869 Essay
Innocents Abroad August 1869 Book
Disgraceful Persecution of a Boy 1870 Essay
My Watch 1870 Essay
Niagara 1871 Essay
Mark Twain to (Elisha) Bliss May 15 1871 Letter
Roughing It 1872 Book
Mark Twain to Captain (John E.) Mouland, (1872) Dec 3 1872 Letter
The Sandwich Islands- Views of Mark Twain 1873 Essay
The Sandwich Islands- Concluding Views of Mark Twain 1873 Essay
The Gilded Age 1873 Book
Mark Twain, Langham Hotel, London, to (Elisha) Bliss (1873) Jul 7 1873Letter
A True Story, Repeated Word for Word as I Heard It 1874 Essay
Sociable Jimmy 1874 Essay
The Story of the Good Little Boy 1875 Essay
Cannibalism in the Cars 1875 Essay
A Fashion Item 1875 Essay
Life On The Mississippi 1875-1883 Book
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 1876 Book
Mark Twain, Hartford, CT, to "Miss Harriet," Jun 14 1876 Letter
1601, or Conversation As It Was at the Social Fireside in the Time of the Tudors 1876 Essay
The Whittier Birthday Dinner Speech 1877 Speech
Mark Twain, Hartford, CT, to (George) Bentley Sep 15 1877 Letter
About Magnanimous Incident Literature 1878 Essay
A Presidential Candidate 1879 Essay
A Tramp Abroad 1880 Book
The Prince and the Pauper 1881 Book
The Regular Toast. Woman--God Bless Her 1882 Speech
Concerning the American Language 1882 Essay
On the Decay of the Art of Lying 1882 Essay
Punch, Brothers, Punch 1882 Essay
Mark Twain to Charles Erskine Scott Wood with AN by Charles Erskine Scott Wood Aug 1882 Letter
Mark Twain, Hartford, CT., to Horace Russell 1882 Dec 12 1882 Letter
Mark Twain to Augustin Daly Feb 17 1884 Letter
Huckleberry Finn 1884 Book
What Ought He to Have Done- Mark Twain's Opinion 1885 Essay
Mark Twain to Edward Howard House Jul 26 1886 Letter
Archimedes1887-originally published under the name "Twark Main" Essay 1887
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court: 1889 Book
Letter to the Editor of Free Russia 1890 Letter
Mark Twain, Hartford, CT, to Fred J. Hall Dec 27 1890 Letter
Merry Tales Merry Tales 1892 Book
The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson 1893 Book
The Comedy of Those Extraordinary Twins 1893-1894 Essay
Fenimore Cooper's Literary Offenses 1895
Private History of the "Jumping Frog" Story 1897 Essay
Following the Equator, Chapter 3 1897 Book
Concerning the Jews 1900 Essay
My Debut as a Literary Person 1900 Essay
My First Lie and How I Got Out of It 1900 Essay
A Salutation Speech from the Nineteenth Century to the Twentieth 1900 Essay
Mark Twain to Unknown, n.y. Wednesday 1900-1910 Letter
Burlesque Biography: 1900-1909 Essay
The $30,000 Bequest: 1900-1910 Book
Training That Pays 1901 Speech
At the Dinner to Benjamin B. Odell, Jr. 1901 Speech
Mark Twain, Riverdale, NY, to Unknown, (1901-1903) 1901-1903 Letter
To the Person Sitting in Darkness 1901 Essay
To My Missionary Critics 1901 Essay
Mark Twain on "Huck Finn" 1902 Letter
A New Crime 1903 Essay
Instructions in Art 1903 Essay
Tom Sawyer Abroad 1903 Book
Tom Sawyer, Detective 1903 Book
What is Man? and Other Essays of Mark Twain 1903 Book
A Ghost Story 1903
The great Revolution in Pitcairn 1903
Extracts from Adam's Diary 1904 Book
Seventieth Birthday Speech 1905 Speech
Christian Citizenship 1905 Essay
The Czar's Soliloquy 1905 Essay
Overspeeding 1905 Essay
Russian Liberty Has Had Its Last Chance 1905 Essay
"King Leopold's Soliloquy- A Defense of His Congo Rule" 1905 Book
Eve's Diary1906-complete with original illustrations 1906 Book
A Horse's Tail 1907 Book
The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg 1907 Book
A Fable 1909 Essay
Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven 1909 Book
The Story of a Speech 1910 Speech
The War Prayer 1912







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