How to tell a story, and other essays, by Mark Twain [pseud.]
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- Twain, Mark, 1835-1910
- New York, Harper & Bros., 1900
- vi, 333 p. 20 cm.
- Full contents:
- How to tell a story.
- In defence of Harriet Shelley.
- Fenimore Cooper's literary offences.
- Traveling with a reformer.
- Private history of the "Jumping frog" story.
- Mental telegraphy again.
- What Paul Bourget thinks of us.
- A little note to M. Paul Bourget.
- The invalid's story.
- The captain's story.
- Stirring times in Austria.
- Concerning the Jews.
- From the "London times" of 1904.
- At the appetite cure.
- In memoriam.
- Mark Twain: a biographical sketch.
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