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Mark Twain in the New York Times, Part One (1867-1879)

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In "Mark Twain in the New York Times, Part One (1867-1879)" the reader is taken on a journey through the early years of Mark Twain's career as a writer. The book offers a comprehensive look at Twain's rise to fame and the critical reception of his work by one of America's most esteemed newspapers, The New York Times.

Through a collection of articles, reviews, and editorials, the reader gains insight into Twain's evolution as a writer and the lasting impact of his most famous works such as "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" and "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." The book also delves into Twain's personal life, shedding light on the man behind the pen and his struggles with fame, fortune, and family.

Overall, "Mark Twain in the New York Times, Part One" is a must-read for any fan of Mark Twain or American literature. The New York Times has crafted a fascinating and informative tribute to one of the greatest literary figures in history, making this book a valuable addition to any bookshelf.

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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 the chronological listing are some of Twain’s short stories, speeches and letters, as they appeared in the New York Times from the first up through 1924 . "Part One" of the collection includes articles that appeared from 1867 through 1879. The original microfiche articles are available at the New York Times "Time Machine" website: - Summary by John Greenman and Barbara Schmidt

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