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The Unabridged Mark Twain, Volume 1

by Mark Twain

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If all you've ever read of Mark Twain is Huckleberry Finn in high school, and all you remember is arguing about whether Twain is a racist or not, I highly recommend this collection, which includes several of his novels and a number of short stories. Before the brouhaha about Finn, Twain was considered one of the finest humorists in the United States, and we read him because he was funny. This anthology is ample evidence of why. ( )
  aulsmith | Mar 2, 2008 |
There's something about the comforting feel of this cinderblock of a book in the hand - and something serendipitously wonderful about dipping in at random intervals throughout its 1300 pages. When I found this one today for $3 at the Brattle, I told myself I'd KEEP it this time - and find all the other three as well! ( )
  myzenart | Oct 30, 2006 |
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Volume 1 only of a two-volume set. Do not combine with Volume 2 or the two-volume set.

This book is not written by Kurt Vonnegut. The author is Mark Twain. Kurt Vonnegut has written the opening remarks.
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