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Twain sentimentalists will gasp, Bible-belters will turn purple, austere stylistic purists will raise eyebrows -- but dyed-in-the-wool Twain enthusiasts will grab hungrily for what amounts to a new volume by the 'Lincoln of our literature' ... The pages in this volume range from furious to funny, from deadly earnestness to frothy wordplay.--Library Journal --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
I was overwhelmed by the amount of material in this edition. The author would not allow it to be published until after his demise as he launches a full-blown attack on the literal... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Stanley C. Sargent
Excellent read. Read it years ago and loved it just as much this time. This was written when Twain's wife and daughter had died. Read morePublished 10 days ago by lovethemysteries
I haven't read this book, but my Husband has from cover to cover.Published 15 days ago by Veva Bailey
This is a strange book that will shake the roots of any God fearing person, no matter their religion!Published 1 month ago by Travelin' Mama
"Letters from the Earth" fully demonstrates the author's amazing wit and penetrating intelligence. He uses humor to get at the heart of human ideals and lay bare their true... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alicia J. Tainer
I'd never read this book of Twains and I'm delighted all over again with his wit and wry outlook on humanity. Very good read.Published 1 month ago by Susan Murray
Very good read, but this specific version is full of typos and spelling errors.Published 1 month ago by Stephen b.
while it is one man's work, it makes sense even today. lot of thought went into this. I would recommend it to others in this troubled world of ours.Published 2 months ago by kay laub