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Mark Twain in the New York Times, Part Six (1910-1919)

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Mark Twain in the New York Times, Part Six (1910-1919) is a well-researched and informative collection of articles and reviews from the iconic author's later years. The book offers an in-depth look at Twain's literary career as seen through the lens of one of the nation's leading newspapers.

Readers will appreciate the detailed analysis of Twain's works during this period, including his novels, essays, and lectures. The book also delves into Twain's personal life, providing insights into his friendships, family, and business ventures.

The New York Times showcases its expertise in journalism and literary criticism, offering a comprehensive view of how Twain's work was received at the time. The book is a valuable resource for scholars and fans of Mark Twain, shedding light on his enduring legacy and influence on American literature.

Overall, Mark Twain in the New York Times, Part Six (1910-1919) is a must-read for anyone interested in the life and works of this legendary author. The book is a fitting tribute to Twain's lasting impact on the literary world.

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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 Six of this chronological listing are articles concerning his death, 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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