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Mark Twain (1835–1910)

Clemens, Samuel Langhorne (“Mark Twain”). A distinguished American humorist; born in Florida, MO, Nov. 30, 1835; died at Redding, CT, April 21, 1910. His works include: ‘The Jumping Frog’ (1867); ‘The Innocents Abroad’ (1869); ‘Roughing It’ (1872); ‘A Tramp Abroad’ (1880); ‘The Prince and the Pauper’ (1882); ‘Life on the Mississippi’ (1883); ‘The Gilded Age’ (1874: with Charles Dudley Warner); ‘Old Times on the Mississippi’; ‘Tom Sawyer’; (1875); ‘Huckleberry Finn’ (1884); ‘A Yankee at King Arthur’s Court’; ‘Pudd’nhead Wilson’; ‘The Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc’; ‘Following the Equator’ (1897); ‘The Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg’ (1900); ‘Articles on Christian Science’ (1903); ‘A Dog’s Tale’ (1903); ‘A Horse’s Tale’ (1906); ‘Is Shakespeare Dead?’ (1909). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).