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ALS, 1909 April 19 : Redding, Connecticut, to Jean Clemens.

Author: Mark Twain; Jane Lampton Clemens
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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" ... There was a wonderful singer performing here yesterday, & I did so want to know his name ... but Clara couldn't tell me, for she is as ignorant of birds as I am." He goes on to tell of seeing a blue-jay, commenting that the cat had seen it too. Twain says: "If he comes back with feathers in his mouth, he will be bound over for trial till you come ..."
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Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Twain; Jane Lampton Clemens
OCLC Number: 16134403
Description: 3 p. ; 16.5 x 13 cm.

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" ... There was a wonderful singer performing here yesterday, & I did so want to know his name ... but Clara couldn't tell me, for she is as ignorant of birds as I am." He goes on to tell of seeing a blue-jay, commenting that the cat had seen it too. Twain says: "If he comes back with feathers in his mouth, he will be bound over for trial till you come ..."

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