Mark Twain /
"Mark Twain emerges in this book as something of a paradox. His humor made him rich and famous, but he was unhappy with the role of humorist. He satirized the rapacious economic practices of his society, yet was caught up in those very practices himself. He was a literary genius who revolutioni...
|Published:||New York : Oxford University Press, 2004.|
|Series:||Lives and legacies.
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Eastern Illinois University
Location: Book Stacks A-H 3000; J-L 2000; P-Z 1000 Level
PS1331 .Z54 2004