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|Length: 736 pages|
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This review is for the 1959 edition edited by Charles Neider.
Mark Twain didn't exactly invent American fiction; rather he made it both marketable and respectable. Read more
Don't buy this if you want to know Twain's life. I'm 2 discs into the CD version and it's still talking about how the autobiography was produced.
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I have macular degeneration and find enlarging the type fonts on my Kindle afford pleasurable reading experience. I could not have enjoyed Mark Twain (the autobiography) in the printed version. Thank you Kindle.
Nov 21, 2010 by Dolores Beringer | See all 8 posts
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I thought the same thing.
Nov 19, 2010 by True Fiduciary | See all 3 posts
|Does the kindle have color pictures?||
no. no pictures at all from what I can tell except the sleep screen.
Dec 6, 2010 by Angela Kendrick | See all 5 posts
|If this is not available in LARGE PRINT...||
My 93 year old mother discovered my kindle over a year ago. She hadn't been able to read much for ten years because her eyes got tired and even a large print book didn't help. For some reason that even her eye doctor doesn't understand, she has no problem reading a kindle -- and she doesn't... Read More
Nov 20, 2010 by L. Gray | See all 11 posts
|Mark Twain Autobiography - when does it start?||
I have the hard copy--the introduction is about 59 pages in mine. It's freakin' long! And all their talking about is how comprehensive and correct their version is, moreso than any of the other editors who dared to actually edit one precious word from Twain's lips to possibly make him a little... Read More
Jan 15, 2011 by Mary Ellen Fogarty Petti | See all 10 posts
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