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Mark Twain in the New York Times, Part Four (1900-1906)

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In "Mark Twain in the New York Times, Part Four (1900-1906)," The New York Times presents a comprehensive collection of news articles, reviews, and personal essays detailing the well-documented relationship between the famed author and the newspaper. The book provides readers with a unique look into Twain's life and career during this period, showcasing the impact of his works on American society and culture.

The compilation offers a mix of critical praise and public scrutiny of Twain's writing, shedding light on the complex reception of his work during his later years. From glowing reviews of "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" to controversial opinions on "King Leopold's Soliloquy," the book provides a balanced view of Twain's literary output and its reception by the public.

In addition to the literary analysis, the book also delves into Twain's personal life, highlighting significant events such as his lecture tours, financial struggles, and family tragedies. Through a series of firsthand accounts and contemporary reports, readers gain insight into the man behind the iconic pen name.

Overall, "Mark Twain in the New York Times, Part Four (1900-1906)" is a valuable resource for scholars, fans, and anyone interested in understanding the enduring legacy of one of America's most beloved authors. The book offers a comprehensive overview of Twain's later career, illuminating his impact on literature and society well beyond his own lifetime.

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This collection of articles by and about Mark Twain and his family was compiled by Barbara Schmidt, publisher of Included in Part Four of this chronological listing are some of Twain’s short stories, speeches and letters, as they appeared in the New York Times in that decade. 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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