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Mark Twain: A Biography - Volume II

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Until recently, this work has been considered the "go-to" bio of Mark Twain. Albert Bigelow Paine (July 10, 1861 – April 9, 1937) was an American author and biographer best known for his work with Mark Twain. This recording of Paine's exhaustive biography covers Twain's personal and literary life in detail, heretofore unapproached. - Summary by John Greenman and Wikipedia (21 hr 57 min)

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VOLUME II, Part 1: 1875-1886 - CV. MARK TWAIN AT FORTY

13:11

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CVI. HIS FIRST STAGE APPEARANCE

5:50

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CVII. HOWELLS, CLEMENS, AND “GEORGE”

9:30

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CVIII. SUMMER LABORS AT QUARRY FARM

13:20

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CIX. THE PUBLIC APPEARANCE OF “TOM SAWYER”

8:22

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CX. MARK TWAIN AND BRET HARTE WRITE A PLAY

8:05

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CXI. A BERMUDA HOLIDAY

8:19

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CXII. A NEW PLAY AND A NEW TALE

7:59

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CXIII. TWO DOMESTIC DRAMAS

8:04

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CXIV. THE WHITTIER BIRTHDAY SPEECH

18:56

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CXV. HARTFORD AND BILLIARDS

11:39

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CXVI. OFF FOR GERMANY

6:47

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CXVII. GERMANY AND GERMAN

19:18

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CXVIII. TRAMPING WITH TWICHELL

17:33

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CXIX. ITALIAN DAYS

12:15

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CXX. IN MUNICH

8:13

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CXXI. PARIS, ENGLAND, AND HOMEWARD BOUND

20:09

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CXXII. AN INTERLUDE

6:06

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CXXIII. THE GRANT SPEECH OF 1879

15:05

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CXXIV. ANOTHER “ATLANTIC” SPEECH

9:53

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CXXV. THE QUIETER THINGS OF HOME

8:46

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CXXVI. "A TRAMP ABROAD”

17:48

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CXXVII. LETTERS, TALES, AND PLANS

15:21

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CXXVIII. MARK TWAIN’s ABSENT-MINDEDNESS

8:26

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CXXIX. FURTHER AFFAIRS AT THE FARM

11:14

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CXXX. COPYRIGHT AND OTHER FANCIES

12:34

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CXXXI. WORKING FOR GARFIELD

11:00

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CXXXII. A NEW PUBLISHER

6:44

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CXXXIII. THE THREE FIRES—SOME BENEFACTIONS

11:18

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CXXXIV. LITERARY PROJECTS AND A MONUMENT TO ADAM

10:57

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CXXXV. A TRIP WITH SHERMAN AND AN INTERVIEW WITH GRANT

9:44

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CXXXVI. "THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER”

9:54

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CXXXVII. CERTAIN ATTACKS AND REPRISALS

10:09

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CXXXVIII. MANY UNDERTAKINGS

13:39

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CXXXIX. FINANCIAL AND LITERARY

10:54

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CXL. DOWN THE RIVER

17:10

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CXLI. LITERATURE AND PHILOSOPHY

10:16

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CXLII. ''LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI''

6:16

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CXLIII. A GUEST OF ROYALTY

4:31

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CXLIV. A SUMMER LITERARY HARVEST

13:17

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CXLV. HOWELLS AND CLEMENS WRITE A PLAY

5:45

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CXLVI. DISTINGUISHED VISITORS

3:42

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CXLVII. THE FORTUNES OF A PLAY

6:25

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CXLVIII. CABLE AND HIS GREAT JOKE

18:12

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CXLIX. MARK TWAIN IN BUSINESS

7:04

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CL. FARM PICTURES

11:20

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CLI. MARK TWAIN MUGWUMPS

11:04

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CLII. PLATFORMING WITH CABLE

19:41

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CLIII. HUCK FINN COMES INTO HIS OWN

14:16

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CLIV. THE MEMOIRS OF GENERAL GRANT

16:55

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CLV. DAYS WITH A DYING HERO

15:11

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CLVI. THE CLOSE OF A GREAT CAREER

6:46

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CLVII. MINOR MATTERS OF A GREAT YEAR

21:18

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CLVIII. MARK TWAIN AT FIFTY

9:39

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CLIX. THE LIFE OF THE POPE

8:59

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CLX. A GREAT PUBLISHER AT HOME

10:03

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CLXI. HISTORY: MAINLY BY SUSY

13:57

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VOLUME II, Part 2: 1886-1900 - CLXII. BROWNING, MEREDITH, AND MEISTERSCHAFT

15:28

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CLXIII. LETTER TO THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND

7:14

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CLXIV. SOME FURTHER ACCOUNT OF CHARLES L WEBSTER & CO.

8:45

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CLXV. LETTERS, VISITS, AND VISITORS

20:23

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CLXVI. A “PLAYER” AND A MASTER OF ARTS

13:29

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CLXVII. NOTES AND LITERARY MATTERS

12:58

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CLXVIII. INTRODUCING NYE AND RILEY AND OTHERS

9:14

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CLXIX. THE COMING OF KIPLING

8:29

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CLXX. ''THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER'' ON THE STAGE

8:33

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CLXXI. ''A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR’S COURT''

14:37

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CLXXII. THE ''YANKEE'' IN ENGLAND

15:40

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CLXXIII. A SUMMER AT ONTEORA

7:47

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CLXXIV. THE MACHINE

28:18

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CLXXV. ''THE CLAIMANT''—LEAVING HARTFORD

14:59

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CLXXVI. A EUROPEAN SUMMER

19:51

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CLXXVII. KORNERSTRASSE,7

7:13

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CLXXVIII. A WINTER IN BERLIN

20:49

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CLXXIX. A DINNER WITH WILLIAM II

13:24

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CLXXX. MANY WANDERINGS

9:43

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CLXXXI. NAUHEIM AND THE PRINCE OF WALES

10:35

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CLXXXII. THE VILLA VIVIANI

15:28

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CLXXXIII. THE SIEUR DE CONTE AND JOAN

6:42

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CLXXXIV. NEW HOPE IN THE MACHINE

19:43

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CLXXXV. AN INTRODUCTION TO H. RODGERS

7:05

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CLXXXVI. ''THE BELLE OF NEW YORK''

21:19

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CLXXXVII. SOME LITERARY MATTERS

7:36

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CLXXXVIII. FAILURE

12:13

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CLXXXIX. AN EVENTFUL YEAR ENDS

31:47

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CXC. STARTING ON THE LONG TRAIL

8:18

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CXCI. CLEMENS ILL IN ELMIRA WITH A DISTRESSING CARBUNCLE

13:15

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CXCII. ''FOLLOWING THE EQUATOR''

32:22

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CXCIII. THE PASSING OF SUSY

13:24

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CXCIV. WINTER IN TEDWORTH SQUARE

7:55

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CXCV. ''PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF JOAN OF ARC''

15:26

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CXCVI. MR. ROGERS AND HELEN KELLER

8:09

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CXCVII. FINISHING THE BOOK OF TRAVEL

11:48

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CXCVIII. A SUMMER IN SWITZERLAND

12:14

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CXCIX. WINTER IN VIENNA

12:37

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CC. MARK TWAIN PAYS HIS DEBTS

11:28

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CCI. SOCIAL LIFE IN VIENNA

15:47

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CCII. LITERARY WORK IN VIENNA

11:39

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CCIII. AN IMPERIAL TRAGEDY

5:39

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CCIV. THE SECOND WINTER IN VIENNA

11:05

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CCV. SPEECHES THAT WERE NOT MADE

20:47

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CCVI. A SUMMER IN SWEDEN

14:51

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CCVII. 30, WELLINGTON COURT

15:18

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CCVIII. MARK TWAIN AND THE WARS

7:51

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CCIX. PLASMON, AND A NEW MAGAZINE

13:00

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CCX. LONDON SOCIAL AFFAIRS

9:46

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CCXI. DOLLIS HILL AND HOME

6:44

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