Mark Twain, “How I Escaped Being Killed in a Duel”
Mark Twain, “The £1,000,000 Bank-Note"
Susan K. Harris: The round-the-world trip that made Mark Twain an anti-imperialist
Mark Twain, “Plymouth Rock and the Pilgrims”
Rudyard Kipling, “An Interview with Mark Twain”
Mark Twain, “Is He Living or Is He Dead?”
George Ade, “Mark Twain as Our Emissary”
Mark Twain, “Taming the Bicycle”
Mark Twain, “My First Lie and How I Got Out of It”
Mark Twain, “A Presidential Candidate”
“How to Cure a Cold,” Mark Twain
Tom Sawyer’s Mississippi comes to panoramic full-color life in new Metropolitan Museum exhibition
Andy Borowitz on the challenge of selecting the 50 funniest American writers
Andy Borowitz’s marketing copy for The Library of America: “Does being funny get you girls?”
Mark Twain and William Dean Howells: the friendship that transformed American literature
Mark Twain and Emma Lazarus: Two visions of the Statue of Liberty
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