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Chapters from my Autobiography by Mark Twain
 
“...if I should talk to a stenographer two hours a day for a hundred years, I should still never be able to set down a tenth part of the things which have interested me in my lifetime.” The words of Mark Twain in his introduction to Chapters from my Autobiography provide a tantalizing glimpse of what is in store for the reader! Mark Twain, whose real name was Samuel Langhorne Clemens was still working on his reminiscences when he died in 1910. This book is really only a portion of the comple ...
 
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The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain
 
If ever there was a story written based unabashedly on adventure and trouble, this is it. There are treasure hunts and murderers on the run in this book that will keep you spellbound. Tom and his half-brother, Sid, lived with their aunt, Polly. Tom was a boisterous young fellow who constantly found himself in rather awkward situations that landed him into trouble. These situations were however exceedingly hilarious. On one occasion, Tom dirtied his clothes in a fight and his punishment was t ...
 
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Roughing It by Mark Twain
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The semiautobiographical travel memoir records Twain’s, more or less, personal journey across the Wild West in search of adventure while exploring variable locations. Accompanying his brother on what becomes a trip of a lifetime, the young Samuel Clemens finds himself in many different vocational roles as he explores and observes the magnificence of the American West. Not refraining from the usual social commentary, Twain directs criticism on various social and moral issues which he approach ...
 
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Eve's Diary by Mark Twain
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Eve's Diary is a comic short story by Mark Twain. It was first published in the 1905 Christmas issue of the magazine Harper's Bazaar, and in book format in June 1906 by Harper and Brothers publishing house. It is written in the style of a diary kept by the first woman in the Judeao-Christian creation myth, Eve, and is claimed to be "translated from the original MS." The "plot" of this novel is the first-person account of Eve from her creation up to her burial by, her mate, Adam, including me ...
 
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Mark Twain's Speeches, Part 1 by TWAIN, Mark
 
Spanning the time between 1872 and the year before he died, this collection of after-dinner speeches, random thoughts to "the press", etc. clearly documents, once again, the truly eclectic mind of Samuel Clemens. It also demonstrates how he dealt with adulation, compliments and notoriety...head on! This collection is a treasure-trove of Twain sayings, witticisms and pronouncements on a huge galaxy of issues and concerns in his life. (Summary by John Greenman)
 
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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
 
Regarded as the pride and joy of American literature, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a picturesque novel depicting Huck’s epic journey from boyhood to manhood and the struggles he must face living in a corrupt society. The novel serves as a sequel to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, another famous work by Mark Twain. The plot unfolds in several locations sometime before the Civil War. The book opens with a description of Huck’s new life as he undergoes a process of “civilization” while l ...
 
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Extracts from Adam's Diary by Mark Twain
 
Get the true story of Adam and Eve, straight from the source. This humorous text is a day-to-day account of Adam’s life from happiness in the “GARDEN-OF-EDEN” to their fall from grace and the events thereafter. Learn how Eve caught the infant Cain, and Adam takes some time to learn exactly what it is.
 
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A Tramp Abroad by Mark Twain
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A Tramp Abroad is a work of non-fiction travel literature by American author Mark Twain, published in 1880. The book details a journey by the author, with his friend Harris (a character created for the book, and based on his closest friend, Joseph Twichell), through central and southern Europe. While the stated goal of the journey is to walk most of the way, the men find themselves using other forms of transport as they traverse the continent. The book is often thought to be an unofficial se ...
 
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Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain
 
A river memoir documenting Twain’s early days as an apprentice steamboat pilot on the Mississippi River before the American Civil War. Reminiscing about his happy experiences as a young man under the instruction of an experienced mentor, the autobiographical tale depicts one of the most vivid illustrations of river life. Furthermore, the book captures the author’s nostalgic emotions through his resonant depiction of one of the most notable periods of his life. Twain begins his memoir with a ...
 
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A Dog's Tale by Mark Twain
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A sentimental short story praised for its moving plot and condemnation of scientific experimentation on animals, Mark Twain efficiently delivers a truly captivating piece. First appearing in Harper’s Magazine in 1903, A Dog's Tale was later published as a pamphlet for the National Anti-Vivisection Society. The tale focuses on the life of Aileen, a misunderstood dog who experiences the ups and downs of life, while cruelly subjected to suffering because of the shallow belief of her inferiority ...
 
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The Prince and the Pauper by Mark Twain
 
A poor young boy from the slums of London watches a royal procession pass, with the youthful Prince of Wales riding at its head. He ventures too close and is caught and beaten by the Prince's guards. However, the young royal stops them and invites the vagrant to the palace. Here the two boys sup alone and are stunned to discover that they bear a startling resemblance to each other. The Prince is Edward, long awaited heir of the monarch, Henry VIII, while the vagrant is Tom Canty, the son of ...
 
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The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson by Mark Twain
 
It was published in 1893–1894 by Century Magazine in seven installments, and is a detective story with some racial themes. The plot of this novel is a detective story, in which a series of identities — the judge’s murderer, Tom, Chambers — must be sorted out. This structure highlights the problem of identity and one’s ability to determine one’s own identity. Broader issues of identity are the central ideas of this novel. One of Twain’s major goals in this book was to exploit the true nature ...
 
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Innocents Abroad, The by TWAIN, Mark
 
Writer/entertainer Garrison Keillor (A Prairie Home Companion) on “The Innocents Abroad”: “…one of the best selling travel books of all time.” (The Writer’s Almanac, June 8, 2012) When you dive into Mark Twain’s (Samuel Clemens’) The Innocents Abroad, you have to be ready to learn more about the unadorned, ungilded reality of 19th century “touring” than you might think you want to learn. This is a tough, literary journey. It was tough for Twain and his fellow “pilgrims”, both religious and o ...
 
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Eve’s Diary by TWAIN, Mark
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Eve’s Diary is a humorous monologue about Eve’s experiences at the dawn of creation. She is fascinated by every aspect of the new world around her and… Adam! The following is an extract from Adam: “She is all interest, eagerness, vivacity, the world is to her a charm, a wonder, a mystery, a joy; she can’t speak for delight when she finds a new flower, she must pet it and caress it and smell it and talk to it…. And she is color-mad: brown rocks, yellow sand, gray moss, green foliage, blue sky ...
 
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Twain & The Giant
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Twain (Marc Twain) & The Giant (Rodney The Giant) was originally founded in Detroit, MI in 2013. The idea was sparked by Elle Woods (wife of The Giant) who noticed that Twain & The Giant talked more shit than anyone she'd ever known! All they ever talked about was sports, hip-hop, and THE WUSSY! (Mostly the wussy) While most of their buddies discussed video games, kicks, and karate, TNG was more focused on different techniques to make a woman squirt during an orgasm! Elle realized that they ...
 
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Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc, Volumes 1 & 2 by Mark Twain
 
Mark Twain’s work on Joan of Arc is titled in full “Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc, by the Sieur Louis de Conte.” De Conte is identified as Joan’s page and secretary. For those who’ve always wanted to “get behind” the Joan of Arc story and to better understand just what happened, Twain’s narrative makes the story personal and very accessible. The work is fictionally presented as a translation from the manuscript by Jean Francois Alden, or, in the words of the published book, “Freely T ...
 
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Mark Twain's Journal Writings, Volume 1 by TWAIN, Mark
 
Volume 1 contains these 12 essays: 1.) "Americans on a Visit to the Emperor of Russia." 2.) "The Austrian Edison keeping school again" 3.) "The Canvasser's tale." 4.) "The Czar's Soliloquy." 5.) "English as She is Taught." 6.) "Grasses in the South." 7.) "Hawaii." 8.) "A Helpless Situation." 9.) "How I Escaped being Killed in a Duel." 10.) "Important to Whom it may Concern." 11.) "The Austrian Edison Keeping School Again" 12.) "Jim's Investments, and King Sollermun." (Summary by John Greenman)
 
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Mark Twain's (Burlesque) Autobiography and First Romance by TWAIN, Mark
 
Mark Twain's (Burlesque) Autobiography and First Romance, a short volume, published by Sheldon & Co., NY in 1871, is Mark Twain's third book. It consists of two stories - First Romance, which had originally appeared in The Express in 1870, and A Burlesque Autobiography (bearing no relationship to Twain's actual life), which first appeared in Twain's Memoranda contributions to the Galaxy. Rather, the content consists of a few short stories of fictional characters who are supposedly part of Tw ...
 
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Letters of Mark Twain, Complete, The by TWAIN, Mark
 
These letters were arranged in two volumes by Albert Bigelow Paine, Samuel L. Clemens's literary executor, as a supplement to Mark Twain, A Biography, which Paine wrote. They are, for the most part, every letter written by Clemens known to exist at the time of their publication in 1917. They begin with a fragment of a letter from teenaged Sam Clemens to his sister, Pamela, and conclude with a letter to his attorney two weeks before his death. These letters give us some degree of insight into ...
 
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Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, A by TWAIN, Mark
 
Come and hear the strange tail of The Boss Hank Morgan, a modern day (at the time of publication) Connecticut Yankee who inexplicably finds himself transported to the court of the legendary King Arthur (as the title of the book implies). Hank, or simply, The Boss, as he comes to be most frequently known, quickly uses his modern day knowledge and education to pass himself off as a great magician, to get himself out of all sorts of surprising, (and frequently amusing) situations, as well as to ...
 
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1601: Conversation, as it was by the Social Fireside, in the Time of the Tudors by Mark Twain
 
An atypical piece of writing by Mark Twain, the short bawdy skit documents a conversion between Queen Elizabeth and several notable writers of the time, including Sir Walter Raleigh, Francis Beaumont, Ben Jonson, and William Shakespeare. Despite first being published in 1880, the piece remained anonymous for a period of time, until it was later acknowledged by Twain in 1901 as his own. Comprised of humor, descriptive imagery, ribald connotations, and vulgar language, the faux conversation is ...
 
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Anti-imperialist Writings by TWAIN, Mark
 
This audiobook is a collection of Mark Twain's anti-imperialist writings (newspaper articles, interviews, speeches, letters, essays and pamphlets). (Summary by Vineshen Pillay)
 
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Treaty with China, The by TWAIN, Mark
 
"A good candidate for 'the most under-appreciated work by Mark Twain' would be 'The Treaty With China,' which he published in the New York Tribune in 1868. This piece, which is an early statement of Twain's opposition to imperialism and which conveys his vision of how the U.S. ought to behave on the global stage, has not been reprinted since its original publication until now." (the online, open-access "Journal of Transnational American Studies" published it in the spring, 2010). (Introducti ...
 
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Awful German Language, The by TWAIN, Mark
 
If you’ve ever studied German (and maybe even if you haven’t), you’re likely to find this short essay to be hilarious. Published as Appendix D from Twain’s 1880 book A Tramp Abroad, this comedic gem outlines the pitfalls one will encounter when trying to wrap one’s mind around the torturous German cases, adjective endings, noun genders, and verb placement. (Summary by Kara)
 
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Awful German Language (version 2), The by TWAIN, Mark
 
This long essay is a work of mock philology, one of several appendices to Twain’s travel novel, A Tramp Abroad. In it, Twain explains, complains about, and shows how one might improve upon various aspects of the (awful) German language. His examples of precisely how the German language is awful include the famed “separable verb” – which allows one to put the first part of a given verb at the beginning – and its second part at the end – of a given clause or sentence (which may, indeed, be ver ...
 
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Tom Sawyer, Detective by TWAIN, Mark
 
Tom Sawyer, Detective is an 1896 novel by Mark Twain. It is a sequel to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876), Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884), and Tom Sawyer Abroad (1894). Tom Sawyer attempts to solve a mysterious murder in this burlesque of the immensely popular detective novels of the time. Tom and Huck find themselves with Uncle Silas and his family again (see "Huck Finn"), and much of the drama ends up focusing on Uncle Silas. Like the two preceding novels, the story is told using ...
 
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Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg and Other Stories, The by TWAIN, Mark
 
The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg" is a piece of short fiction by Mark Twain. It first appeared in Harper's Monthly in December 1899, and was subsequently published by Harper Collins in the collection The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg and Other Stories and Sketches (1900). This recording contains all the stories and sketches from the 1900 Harper Collins publication. (Summary from wikipedia and John)
 
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How to Tell a Story, and Other Essays by TWAIN, Mark
 
In his inimitable way, Mark Twain gives sound advice about how to tell a story, then lets us in on some curious incidents he experienced, and finishes with a trip that proves life-changing. - Summary by Claudia Salto
 
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Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson, The by TWAIN, Mark
 
In one of his later novels, the master storyteller spins a tale of two children switched at infancy. A slave takes on the identity of master and heir while the rightful heir is condemned to live the life of a slave. Twain uses this vehicle to explore themes of nature vs. nurture, racial bigotry and moral relativism. The case of mistaken identity is a theme that Twain explored also in THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER; in THE TRAGEDY OF PUDD'NHEAD WILSON he turns the theme into a well-crafted detecti ...
 
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Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, A by TWAIN, Mark
 
Come and hear the strange tail of The Boss Hank Morgan, a modern day (at the time of publication) Connecticut Yankee who inexplicably finds himself transported to the court of the legendary King Arthur (as the title of the book implies). Hank, or simply, The Boss, as he comes to be most frequently known, quickly uses his modern day knowledge and education to pass himself off as a great magician, to get himself out of all sorts of surprising, (and frequently amusing) situations, as well as to ...
 
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Old Times on the Mississippi by TWAIN, Mark
 
Old Times on the Mississippi is a non-fiction work by Mark Twain. It was published in 1876. Originally published in serial form in the Atlantic Monthly, in 1875, this same work was published as chapters 4 through 17 in Twain's later work, Life on the Mississippi (1883). Old Times on the the Mississippi has one last chapter that has nothing to do with the rest of the book. A Literary Nightmare describes the funny/sad/maddening effect that a catchy jingle can have on those unlucky enough to be ...
 
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Eddie Twain's podcast
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Alonzo Fitz and Other Stories by TWAIN, Mark
 
A collection of Twain short stories including: The Loves Of Alonzo Fitz Clarence And Rosannah Ethelton On The Decay Of The Art Of Lying About Magnanimous-Incident Literature The Grateful Poodle The Benevolent Author The Grateful Husband Punch, Brothers, Punch The Great Revolution In Pitcairn The Canvasser's Tale An Encounter With An Interviewer Paris Notes Legend Of Sagenfeld, In Germany Speech On The Babies Speech On The Weather Concerning The American Language Rogers (Summary from Project ...
 
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Innocents Abroad (version 2), The by TWAIN, Mark
 
Samuel L. Clemens' (Mark Twain) journey to Europe and the Holy Land in 1866. Reportedly his best selling book.
 
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Newspaper Articles by Mark Twain by TWAIN, Mark
 
This is a collection of newspaper articles written by Samuel Clemens, for various newspapers, between 1862 and 1881. After Feb 3rd 1863, he began using the pen name Mark Twain. This compilation is the work of Project Gutenberg and contains articles from TERRITORIAL ENTERPRISE, THE SAN FRANCISCO DAILY MORNING CALL, THE SACRAMENTO DAILY UNION, DAILY HAWAIIAN HERALD, ALTA CALIFORNIA, THE CHICAGO REPUBLICAN, and THE GALAXY. (Introduction by John Greenman)
 
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Mark Twain’s Journal Writings, Volume 2 by TWAIN, Mark
 
This second collection of essays by Mark Twain is a good example of the diversity of subject matter about which he wrote. As with the essays in Volume 1, many first appeared alone, in magazines or newspapers, before being printed as chapters of his larger works, while others were taken from larger works and reprinted in collections of essays. On top of being prolific, Mark Twain was a very successful marketer of his works. Volume 2 contains the following works: 1.) "A Curious Experience" - 1 ...
 
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Mark Twain’s Journal Writings, Volume 3 by TWAIN, Mark
 
This third volume of Mark Twain's journal writings continues on eclectic and varied path established by the first two volumes. Included in this collection are works that appeared by themselves in magazines during Twain's lifetime, as well as essays taken by editors and Twain himself from Twain's larger works, and re-published in collections of his stories. This volume includes the following works: "Buying Gloves in Gibraltar", "The great revolution in Pitcairn", "A Gift from India" [includin ...
 
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These Twain by BENNETT, Arnold
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Hilda is saved from destitution by Edwin Clayhanger who marries her. The two, with Hilda's son by her disastrous 'marriage' to George Cannon, are living in Bursley. Edwin does not enjoy an entirely happy marriage with Hilda because of her outspokenness. Hilda has strong opinions on matters which at the time were considered to be a male preserve – for example, on Edwin’s business. She also does things without telling him. As a consequence, Edwin has his doubts about their marriage and is ange ...
 
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Gilded Age, A Tale of Today (version 2), The by TWAIN, Mark and WARNER, Charles Dudley
 
Originally published in 1873, The Gilded Age: A Tale of Today is the only novel Twain co-wrote (C.D. Warner was a good friend and neighbor of the Clemens family in Hartford, and the collaboration sprang from their wive's challenge and encouragement). The title, "The Gilded Age" became synonymous with graft, materialism and corruption in public life, which are well represented in this work. Like others of his works, this one reflects truths about American Society that remain pertinent today. ...
 
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Chapters from my Autobiography by TWAIN, Mark
 
Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) began writing his autobiography long before the 1906 publications of these Chapters from my Autobiography. He originally planned to have his memoirs published only after his death but realized, once he’d passed his 70th year, that a lot of the material might be OK to publish before his departure. These chapters were published in serial form in the North American Review during 1906-1907. While much of the material consists of stories about the people, places and in ...
 
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Fenimore Cooper's Literary Offences by TWAIN, Mark
 
Fenimore Cooper - author of The Deerslayer, The Last of the Mohicans, etc - has often been praised, but just as often been criticised for his writing. Mark Twain wrote a funny, vicious little essay on the subject, in which he states: "In one place in 'Deerslayer,' and in the restricted space of two-thirds of a page, Cooper has scored 114 offences against literary art out of a possible 115."(Summary by Gesine)
 
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Goldsmith's Friend Abroad Again by TWAIN, Mark
 
This satire on the U.S.A.'s myth of being the "Home of the Oppressed, where all men are free and equal", is unrelenting in its pursuit of justice through exposure. It draws a scathingly shameful portrait of how Chinese immigrants were treated in 19th century San Francisco. (Introduction by John Greenman)
 
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Eve’s Diary (version 2) by TWAIN, Mark
 
Eve's Diary is a comic short story by Mark Twain. It was first published in the 1905 Christmas issue of the magazine Harper's Bazaar, and in book format in June 1906 by Harper and Brothers publishing house. It is written in the style of a diary kept by the first woman in the Judeao-Christian creation myth, Eve, and is claimed to be "translated from the original MS." The "plot" of this novel is the first-person account of Eve from her creation up to her burial by, her mate, Adam, including me ...
 
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Stolen White Elephant, The by TWAIN, Mark
 
In this Mark Twain short story an Indian elephant, en route from India to Britain as a gift to Queen, disappears in New Jersey. The local police department goes into high gear to solve the mystery but it all comes to a tragic end. (Summary written by Kristen McQuillin)
 
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Sketches New and Old by TWAIN, Mark
 
This collection of 63 writings by Mark Twain was published in 1875. Among other sketches, it contains "The Jumping Frog" in the original English, followed by a French translation (read here by Caroline Mittler) which Twain re-translated into English, showing how the French translation of his work was "badly flawed." In many of these sketches, Twain shows his talent for outrageous and hilarious inventiveness, often in reaction to current events. (Summary by John Greenman)
 
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Horse's Tale, A by TWAIN, Mark
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Soldier Boy is the top steed at Fort Paxton. He is Buffalo Bill’s favorite horse and has led a life of glory and honor. One day General Alison’s orphaned niece arrives and proceeds to charm every man, woman, and beast for miles around including Soldier Boy. Buffalo Bill takes her under his wing and ultimately “lends” her Soldier Boy so that they may seek adventure together. And so they do. – “A Horse’s Tale” was first published in the August and September, 1906 issues of Harper’s Monthly mag ...
 
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Extracts from Adam's Diary by TWAIN, Mark
 
Get the true story of Adam and Eve, straight from the source. This humorous text is a day-to-day account of Adam’s life from happiness in the “GARDEN-OF-EDEN” to their fall from grace and the events thereafter. Learn how Eve caught the infant Cain, and Adam takes some time to learn exactly what it is.
 
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Life on the Mississippi by TWAIN, Mark
 
Life on the Mississippi is a memoir by Mark Twain detailing his days as a steamboat pilot on the Mississippi River before the American Civil War. (Summary from Wikipedia)
 
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Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by TWAIN, Mark
 
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884) by Mark Twain is one of the truly great American novels, beloved by children, adults, and literary critics alike. The book tells the story of “Huck” Finn (first introduced as Tom Sawyer’s sidekick in The Adventures of Tom Sawyer), his friend Jim, and their journey down the Mississippi River on a raft. Both are on the run, Huck from his drunk and abusive father, and Jim as a runaway slave. As Huck and Jim drift down the river, they meet many colorful char ...
 
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Those Extraordinary Twins by TWAIN, Mark
 
"Those Extraordinary Twins" was published as a short story, separate and distinct from its origins inside Twain's "The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson". As Twain explains, he extricated "Twins" from "Pudd'nhead" when he found, as he was writing, that he'd created a farce inside a tragedy. This is the excised farce, a story about Italian Siamese twins who completely take over a small Missouri town, splitting it down the middle with half supporting one head and the other, the other. (Introduction ...
 
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DJ Mindle's Entertainment Podcast
 
 
Its a country kinda week as #CountryFest and #CountryUSA are underway. This is a great listen if you headed to either. Im discussing the latest in country music along with some country music coming to #MileofMusic. Plus Mile productions has launched another concert series and its amazing. And after 15 years I try to fish again just as Shania Tw ...…
 
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Face 2 Face with David Peck
 
George and Face2Face host David Peck talk about love, gratitude, celebrity and rebellion and influence, “earned fear”, how you can be angry for good reasons, U2 and why poverty is so not necessary. More about The Strombo Show here. More about George here. Biography A six-time Gemini Award and Canadian Screen Award winner for best host in a talk ...…
 
This episode has been a long time coming! After a brief hiatus, we’re back with this excellent discussion on Elder Holland’s talk “Songs Sung and Unsung.” We discuss diversity, differing perspectives on theologies, and the importance of learning how to keep things sacred. There are a mountain of show notes attached to this episode, so we hope y ...…
 
This episode has been a long time coming! After a brief hiatus, we’re back with this excellent discussion on Elder Holland’s talk “Songs Sung and Unsung.” We discuss diversity, differing perspectives on theologies, and the importance of learning how to keep things sacred. There are a mountain of show notes attached to this episode, so we hope y ...…
 
This episode has been a long time coming! After a brief hiatus, we’re back with this excellent discussion on Elder Holland’s talk “Songs Sung and Unsung.” We discuss diversity, differing perspectives on theologies, and the importance of learning how to keep things sacred. There are a mountain of show notes attached to this episode, so we hope y ...…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Bennetts End Reformed Baptist Church is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: And the veil of the temple was rent in twain from the top to the bottom Subtitle: Gospel Sermon Speaker: Pastor Chalan Hetherington Broadcaster: Bennetts End Reformed Baptist Church Event: Sunday - PM Date: 6/18/2017 ...…
 
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Pulse 22.5 - Your Favorite Songs!
 
WHERE IT'S AT BeckWHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE Deborah CoxWHERE YOU GOIN' NOW Damn YankeesWHERE DO THE CHILDREN GO HootersWHERE DO BROKEN HEARTS GO Whitney HoustonWHERE DOES MY HEART BEAT NOW Céline DionWHERE IS THE LOVE Roberta Flack and Donny HathawayWHERE MY GIRLS AT 702WHERE DID OUR LOVE GO The SupremesWHEREVER YOU WILL GO The CallingWHEREVER I ...…
 
When it was announced on Saturday morning that Bill Cosby’s trial for the alleged sexual assault of Andrea Constand in 2004 would end in a mistrial, with a hung jury, Cosby’s family and legal team came to the front steps of the Pennsylvania courthouse to make public pronouncements. After reading a furious statement from the comedian’s wife, Cam ...…
 
HIGH HORSE RADIO Tweet The Show @highhorseradio For Any Feedback Or Topics That You'd Perhaps Like Discussed... This show will feature a description/blurb ASAP ladies and gents!. I realise this may look a little unprofessional but hey, sometimes life gets a little hectic, nah what I'm saying?!. Long story short (JDot style) it will be written i ...…
 
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Let's Chat! with Currie Terrell: The Podcast
 
On this week's episode, we discuss The Mummy, Rough Night, Bill Cosby, Shania Twain, and Planet of the Apps. LET'S CHAT!! Keep the conversation going: youtube.com/c/currieterrell facebook.com/letschatwithcurrie Currie's Instagram: @currieterrell Adrian's Instagram: @adrianjgomez Currie's Twitter: @currieterrell Adrian's Twitter: @yoadrianjgomez…
 
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StoryWeb: Storytime for Grownups
 
This week on StoryWeb: Edith Wharton’s novel The House of Mirth. I want to close out my multi-week focus on the Gilded Age with a consideration of Edith Wharton’s novel The House of Mirth. Where Jacob Riis, Alfred Stieglitz, Stephen Crane, and Theodore Dreiser look at the grimier side of this famed period in New York City history, at the underb ...…
 
Mark Twain allegedly claimed that ‘Religion was invented when the first con man met the first fool.” Is religion for fools?
 
Mark Twain allegedly claimed that ‘Religion was invented when the first con man met the first fool.” Is religion for fools?
 
My fellow Missourian Mark Twain wrote and said a lot of great things, but my favorite has always been “It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.” So certain are you? says Yoda. …And yet marketers trip over their own feet and step right in it with alarming frequency. So in this episo ...…
 
A lumpy field of mud interrupts an otherwise untouched grassy meadow in a remote section of Mark Twain National Forest near Rolla. Just to the right stands a large, circular cage made of metal. The day before, a 200-pound feral hog followed a trail of corn through the cage’s small opening.By ShahriariS@missouri.edu (ShahriariS).
 
A lumpy field of mud interrupts an otherwise untouched grassy meadow in a remote section of Mark Twain National Forest near Rolla. Just to the right stands a large, circular cage made of metal. The day before, a 200-pound feral hog followed a trail of corn through the cage’s small opening.By ShahriariS@missouri.edu (ShahriariS).
 
A lumpy field of mud interrupts an otherwise untouched grassy meadow in a remote section of Mark Twain National Forest near Rolla. Just to the right stands a large, circular cage made of metal. The day before, a 200-pound feral hog followed a trail of corn through the cage’s small opening.By ShahriariS@missouri.edu (ShahriariS).
 
A lumpy field of mud interrupts an otherwise untouched grassy meadow in a remote section of Mark Twain National Forest near Rolla. Just to the right stands a large, circular cage made of metal. The day before, a 200-pound feral hog followed a trail of corn through the cage’s small opening.By ShahriariS@missouri.edu (ShahriariS).
 
A lumpy field of mud interrupts an otherwise untouched grassy meadow in a remote section of Mark Twain National Forest near Rolla. Just to the right stands a large, circular cage made of metal. The day before, a 200-pound feral hog followed a trail of corn through the cage’s small opening.By ShahriariS@missouri.edu (ShahriariS).
 
A lumpy field of mud interrupts an otherwise untouched grassy meadow in a remote section of Mark Twain National Forest near Rolla. Just to the right stands a large, circular cage made of metal. The day before, a 200-pound feral hog followed a trail of corn through the cage’s small opening.By ShahriariS@missouri.edu (ShahriariS).
 
A lumpy field of mud interrupts an otherwise untouched grassy meadow in a remote section of Mark Twain National Forest near Rolla. Just to the right stands a large, circular cage made of metal. The day before, a 200-pound feral hog followed a trail of corn through the cage’s small opening.By ShahriariS@missouri.edu (ShahriariS).
 
Shania Twain stopped by the studio this week. Bobby wanted you to get a behind the scenes look and hear the full interview UNEDITED in one piece that we played back over two days.
 
Rendering verdicts this week on the newest tracks from Parmalee, Shania Twain, and of course, Little Big Town!
 
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International Edition - Voice of America
 
Special Counsel Robert Mueller reportedly investigates President Donald Trump and his son-in-law, President Trump tightens U.S. policy towards Cuba and singer Shania Twain releases a new single celebrating life.
 
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International Edition - Voice of America
 
Special Counsel Robert Mueller reportedly investigates President Donald Trump and his son-in-law, President Trump tightens U.S. policy towards Cuba and singer Shania Twain releases a new single celebrating life.
 
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All Streams Considered
 
In this episode: Haley Joel Osment, Daniel Day Lewis, Shania Twain. Lobby Time Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ “Secret of Tiki Island” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creative ...…
 
Shania Twain has a new song; Jason explains the rest of his bad day story; w have a Shania sing along.By webmaster@mytalk1071.com (myTalk 107.1 KTMY).
 
Shannon is back and we take some time to go over your feedback. Our email inbox was clogged all week, but should be running now, so get your sticker requests in! Embedded.fm 200th Episode FPF List John’s Timelapse Episode 12 - Tides Twain Harte Rock Exfoliating Fun Paper Friday Does jargon make you seem more or less professional? Found out in t ...…
 
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Not Too Good With Tige And Daniel
 
Shania came to talk about her new single 'Life's About To Get Good', her first album in 15 years, writing this new album herself and what she didn't expect to see in the crowds of her recent shows
 
This Week, Michael sits down with fellow Minnesota Tonight writers Kerri O’Halloran and Dave Anaya to discuss fake smartphone apps, “Space Bread,” and how to run for congress as Mark Twain.
 
GET YOUR NERD ON NEWS June 15, 2017: SHANIA TWAIN FULL STUDIO VERSION LIFES ABOUT TO GET GOOD
 
6-15 Show... SHANIA TWAIN Joins us in Studio!
 
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The Bobby Bones Show
 
Shania Twain is back in studio, Lunchbox gets a bed bug test and Amy grocery shops with Kip Moore
 
- L & J loved the New Kids on the Block/Boyz To Men concert. Shania Twain releases her first new song in a very long time. Miley Cyrus has fun chat with Jimmy Fallon. Debbie Reynolds memorabilia auction. Guest is MOA trend correspondent Sara Rogers.By webmaster@mytalk1071.com (myTalk 107.1 KTMY).
 
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Good News for Everyone: Tom Shanklin Ministries Podcast
 
If you are a Christian, you are not your own! You belong to Jesus! The Church in Corinth had a genuine experience with God, but they had allowed the influence of the world to creep in. Corinth was influencing the church more than the church was influencing Corinth. Similarly, today we have a Church that is being influenced by the world and as a ...…
 
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Podcast | Guadalajara Geopolitics Institute
 
Award-winning journalist, academic and author Stephen Kinzer discusses his latest book The True Flag: Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain, and the Birth of American Empire. Show Notes https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2017/05/13/new-allies-for-new-world/xVbB3usL9CPF7vvPDliTNM/story.html https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/2017/06/10/saudi-arabia-d ...…
 
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Texas Standard » Stories from Texas
 
Larry McMurtry is, by many standards, Texas’ best writer. He wrote “Horseman, Pass By” to wide acclaim when he was just 25, which became the movie “HUD,” starring Paul Newman. When he was thirty, he published “The Last Picture Show,” which won him even greater critical praise and the movie that followed launched Cybil Shepard’s career. “Terms o ...…
 
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The Bobby Bones Show
 
Shania Twain stops by the studio to talk about her new music, Bobby gets his fanny pack and will Amy get a tattoo of Bobby's face
 
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