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Mark Twain in the New York Times, Part Five (1907-1909)

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Mark Twain in the New York Times, Part Five (1907-1909) by The New York Times provides readers with a fascinating look at the life and career of one of America's most renowned authors. This collection of articles from the New York Times offers a comprehensive overview of Mark Twain's activities and writings during the years 1907-1909.

The book covers a wide range of topics, from Twain's literary works and public appearances to his personal life and opinions on current events. Readers will gain valuable insight into Twain's thoughts and perspectives on society, politics, and culture during this pivotal period in American history.

The writing is clear and engaging, and the articles are well-organized, making it easy for readers to follow Twain's journey through these tumultuous years. The book is also richly illustrated with photographs and other visual materials, adding depth and context to the text.

Overall, Mark Twain in the New York Times, Part Five (1907-1909) is a must-read for fans of Mark Twain and anyone interested in American literature and history. This book offers a unique and invaluable perspective on one of America's most beloved literary figures.

Book Description:
This collection of articles by and about Mark Twain and his family was compiled by Barbara Schmidt, publisher of Included in Part Five of this chronological listing are some of Twain’s short stories, speeches and letters, as they appeared in the New York Times in that period. The original microfiche articles are available at the New York Times’ “Times Machine” website: - Summary by John Greenman and Barbara Schmidt

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