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5.0 out of 5 stars An American Humorist writes about Americans
Mark Twain is the quintesential American curmudgeon. His style formed an era and no one could ever reproduce him although many have tried. Read the book and meet the Man. I laughed out loud and at times was gripped with the wringing unrelenting pathos of this great master. I had to laugh at myself a time or two...
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3.0 out of 5 stars Great writing, but poor quality edition.
The book is brilliant, as you would expect from anything written by Mark Twain. However the three stars is because this publication feels not so much a book as a computer printout....it has the feel of one of those "automatically computer generated printout" books. I recommend the autobiography, but not this poor quality printing.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Great writing, but poor quality edition., 14 Aug. 2014
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The book is brilliant, as you would expect from anything written by Mark Twain. However the three stars is because this publication feels not so much a book as a computer printout....it has the feel of one of those "automatically computer generated printout" books. I recommend the autobiography, but not this poor quality printing.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An American Humorist writes about Americans, 10 Jun. 1999
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Mark Twain is the quintesential American curmudgeon. His style formed an era and no one could ever reproduce him although many have tried. Read the book and meet the Man. I laughed out loud and at times was gripped with the wringing unrelenting pathos of this great master. I had to laugh at myself a time or two...
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