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Mark Twain has a great depth and is humor.
Here are some useful living tips, advice and observations from that quintessential American literary figure Mark Twain, real name Samuel L. Clemens.
These helpful hints will improve your parenting skills, raise your I.Q. score, and prepare you for a career in foreign diplomacy.
I found little connection between the title and the content. This is mostly a collection of unpublished works likes letters, including some funny letters to the editor. Read morePublished 1 month ago by 52 weeks, 52 books
Not to be irreverent (Mr. Clemens is about to be bemused), but this little ditty is great for a bathroom read - if you know what I mean. Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. Fischer
A great book. It is a collection of excerpts from several of his longer works. this is the kind of twain humor that will want you to complete it in one reading.Published 3 months ago by richard d. doina
Can't get enough... delightfully irreverent, insightful, funny and spot on... still! from a member of the damed human race ... delightfulPublished 4 months ago by David Parrish
Love Mark Twain but mom hates small print. She's bat blind and this book doesn't help. Order large print instead. Assuming they offer it.Published 4 months ago by Cali Girl
Got this to read while up a Mark Twain Lake crappie fishing. Should have bought it years ago. Lots of gems in this book. Very good piece on Ben Franklin.Published 5 months ago by Richard
No better "commentator" on American society, or human nature in general existed in the 19th century, then that postulated by Mark Twain! This book is proof of that!Published 6 months ago by Atheistically Yours
Every Twain fan should get this gem to add to their collection. His advice, as always, is sound and humorous.Published 19 months ago by DianePittsburghPA
Great reading! Bought it for my husband for his birthday and he was very pleased. He has always been a fan.Published 21 months ago by Janice L. Seales