The Best of Mark Twain
by Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne Clemons)
Narrated by Marvin Miller
Newspaperman, river boat pilot, miner, lecturer, writer, world traveler, and most of all, storyteller, Samuel Langhorne Clemons (1835-1910) was the product of both the pre-industrial, pre-Civil War Mississippi Valley and the receding Western frontier.
H.L. Mencken called him the “first American author of world rank to write a genuinely colloquial and native American.”
The listener to this audio collection of some of Twain’s best is in for a rare treat as Marvin Miller gives a sparkling reading.
This Audio Book Company classic contains 17 hilarious sketches from the immortal pen of America’s great humorist.
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