Library of America (1992), 1076 pages
A two-volume set that contains more than 270 speeches, sketches, short stories, maxims, and other writings by Mark Twain.
LibraryThing member JVioland
Endearing. Extremely funny. Much material of a serious nature is attacked by Twain's caustic wit. We need an observer of humanity like him today. He'd skewer the celebrities, sports stars and politicians and show them as naked as a plucked chicken on a spit.
Library of America
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