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Mark Twain: A Biography - Volume III

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Paine's meticulous and exhaustive biography of Mark Twain offers readers a comprehensive look into the life and career of one of America's most beloved authors. Volume III dives deep into Twain's later years, exploring his struggles with financial difficulties, the loss of loved ones, and his ongoing battle with depression. Paine's detailed research and insightful analysis provide readers with a nuanced portrait of Twain, showcasing both his brilliance as a writer and his personal flaws. While the dense prose may be overwhelming for some readers, those with a keen interest in Twain or American literary history will find this biography to be a rich and rewarding read. Overall, Paine's work serves as a valuable contribution to Twain scholarship and a fitting tribute to the enduring legacy of this iconic figure in American literature.

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This work has been considered the "go-to" bio of Mark Twain for over a hundred years. Albert Bigelow Paine was an American author and biographer best known for his work with Mark Twain. These recordings of Paine's exhaustive biography cover Twain's personal and literary life in detail, heretofore, unapproached. The published work is divided into 7 sections, on three separate recordings:

Recording #1
-VOLUME I, Part 1: 1835-1866
-VOLUME I, Part 2: 1866-1875

Recording #2
-VOLUME II, Part 1: 1875-1886
-VOLUME II, Part 2: 1886-1900

Recording #3
-VOLUME III, Part 1: 1900-1907
-VOLUME III, Part 2: 1907-1910
-Appendixes


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