Harriet E. Smith
"Of considerable interest to all readers of Twain but especially to working writers following Twain's habit of tracking his astonishing writing income—even though, as he writes, "if I should run out of all other nourishment I believe I could live on compliments.""
In which the greatest of American writers goes into the night—and not such a good night at that, and not at all gently. Read full book review >
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