This uncensored autobiography is published just as Mark Twain wrote it a century ago. The first of three volumes, this edition includes 66 line figures and photos to augment the text.
The material that covers the period from 1904-06 provides the author’s candid thoughts, insights to his relationships with family and friends, and true stories behind his fiction.
Brimming with Twain’s humor, ideas and opinions, this is a book for anyone interested in the writer’s work and life. Don’t be deterred by the number of pages (760). It can be read in small increments, and some of the book’s bulk is due to the scholarly notes included which explain how the material was assembled and edited. Take your time reading it, but try to be finished by the time the second installment is released!