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PasadenaSue 2 years ago

PasadenaSueI am watching a PBS special on Mark Twain

Over the years I have read various books by Mark Twain. My favorite was “Innocents Abroad” because of the similarity I had seen with ugly American tourist when I had travelled. And then “Pudd’nhead Wilson”, only because it was such an amazing book, taking new technology and writing a significant moral story with it.

The irony is how Mark Twain became an American legend, however the real person, Samuel Clements, struggled as a person. When I read the next book, my viewpoint will be different. 2 years ago

PasadenaSueA long goal for me

•(1867) Advice for Little Girls (fiction)
•(1867) The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County (read)
•(1868) General Washington’s Negro Body-Servant (fiction)
•(1868) My Late Senatorial Secretaryship (fiction)
•(1869) The Innocents Abroad (non-fiction travel read)
•(1870-71) Memoranda (monthly column for The Galaxy magazine)
•(1871) Mark Twain’s (Burlesque) Autobiography and First Romance (fiction)
•(1872) Roughing It (non-fiction)
•(1873) The Gilded Age: A Tale of Today (fiction)
•(1875) Sketches New and Old (fictional stories)
•(1876) Old Times on the Mississippi (non-fiction)
•(1876) The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (fiction)
•(1877) A True Story and the Recent Carnival of Crime (stories)
•(1878) Punch, Brothers, Punch! and other Sketches (fictional stories)
•(1880) A Tramp Abroad (non-fiction travel)
•(1880) 1601: Conversation, as it was by the Social Fireside, in the Time of the Tudors (fiction)
•(1882) The Prince and the Pauper (fiction)
•(1883) Life on the Mississippi (non-fiction)
•(1884) Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (read)
•(1889) A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court (fiction)
•(1892) The American Claimant (fiction)
•(1892) Merry Tales (fictional stories)
•(1893) The £1,000,000 Bank Note and Other New Stories (fictional stories)
•(1894) Tom Sawyer Abroad (fiction)
•(1894) Pudd’n’head Wilson (read fiction)
•(1896) Tom Sawyer, Detective (fiction)
•(1896) Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc (fiction)
•(1897) How to Tell a Story and other Essays (non-fictional essays)
•(1897) Following the Equator (non-fiction travel)
•(1900) The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg (fiction)
•(1901) Edmund Burke on Croker and Tammany (political satire)
•(1902) A Double Barrelled Detective Story (fiction)
•(1904) A Dog’s Tale (fiction)
•(1905) King Leopold’s Soliloquy (political satire)
•(1905) The War Prayer (fiction)
•(1906) The $30,000 Bequest and Other Stories (fiction)
•(1906) What Is Man? (essay)
•(1907) Christian Science (non-fiction)
•(1907) A Horse’s Tale (fiction)
•(1907) Is Shakespeare Dead? (non-fiction)
•(1909) Captain Stormfield’s Visit to Heaven (fiction)
•(1909) Letters from the Earth (fiction, published posthumously)
•(1910) Queen Victoria’s Jubilee (non-fiction, published posthumously)
•(1924) Mark Twain’s Autobiography (non-fiction, published posthumously)
•(1935) Mark Twain’s Notebook (published posthumously) 2 years ago

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