What is man? and other essays of Mark Twain


What is man? and other essays of Mark Twain [Electronic resource]


Twain, Mark, 1835-1910


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Essays -- United States -- 19th century

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Contents: What is man? ; The death of Jean ; The turning-point of my life ; How to make history dates stick ; The memorable assassination ; A scrap of curious history ; Switzerland, the cradle of liberty ; At the shrine of St. Wagner ; William Dean Howells ; English as she is taught ; A simplified alphabet ; As concerns interpreting the deity ; Concerning tobacco ; Taming the bicycle ; Is Shakespeare dead?

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