A Treasury of Mark Twain
A wickedly dry and witty collection of stories, satires, travel pieces, speeches, letters and anecdotes from Mark Twain.
Mark Twain’s reputation grew ever larger as the rest of the world caught up with his wickedly dry wit. In these stories, satires, travel pieces, speeches, letters and anecdotes, Twain pokes fun at himself and other Americans in places as diverse as the Mississippi riverboats and the castles of Europe.
Bound in printed cloth
12 black & white illustrations
8½˝ × 5½˝