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Author: Mark Twain; Charles Dudley Warner
Publisher: New York ; London : Harper & Brothers, [1869-1909]
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Twain, Mark, 1835-1910.
Writings of Mark Twain.
New York London. Harper & Bros. [1869-1909]
(OCoLC)762439536
Named Person: Joan, of Arc Saint; Joan, of Arc Saint
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Twain; Charles Dudley Warner
OCLC Number: 11543125
Description: 25 volumes : frontispieces, illustrations, plates, portraits ; 20 cm.
Contents: v. 1-2. The innocents abroad, or, The new Pilgrim's progress.--v. 3-4.A tramp abroad.--v. 5-6. Following the equator; a journey around the world.--v. 7-8. Roughing it.--v. 9. Life on the Mississippi.--v. 10-11. The gilded age; a tale of today, by Mark Twain ... and C.D. Warner.--v. 12. The adventures of Tom Sawyer.--v. 13. The adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer's comrade)--v. 14. Pudd'nhead Wilson and Those extraordinary twins --
vol. 15. The prince and the pauper : a tale for young people of all ages. The birth of the prince and the pauper ; Tom's early life ; Tom's meeting with the prince ; The prince's troubles begin ; Tom as a patrician ; Tom receives instructions ; Tom's first royal dinner ; The question of the seal ; The river pageant ; The prince in the toils ; At Guildhall ; The prince and his deliverer ; The disappearance of the prince ; "Le roi est mort, vive le roi" ; Tom as king ; The state dinner ; Foo-Foo the First ; The prince with the tramps ; The prince with the peasants ; The prince and the hermit ; Hendon to the rescue ; A victim of treachery ; The prince a prisoner ; The escape ; Hendon Hall ; Disowned ; In prison ; The sacrifice ; To London ; Tom's progress ; The recognition procession ; Coronation day ; Edward as King ; Justice and retribution --
vol. 16. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's court --
vol. 17-18. Personal recollections of Joan of Arc, by the Sieur Louis de Comte [pseud.] ... freely translated out of the ancient French ... by J. Alden [pseud.] --
vol. 19. Sketches, new and old. My watch : an instructive little tale ; Political economy ; The jumping frog ; Journalism in Tennessee ; Story of the bad little boy ; Story of the good little boy ; Two poems by Twain and Moore ; A visit to Niagara ; Answers to correspondents ; To raise poultry ; The experiences of the McWilliamses with membranous croup ; My first literary venture ; How the author was sold in Newark ; The office bore ; Johnny Greer ; The facts in the case of the great beef contract ; The facts in the case of George Fisher, deceased ; Disgraceful persecution of a boy ; The judges "spirited woman" ; Information wanted ; Some fables for good old boys and girls ; My late senatorial secretaryship ; A fashion item ; Riley : newspaper correspondent ; A fine old man ; Science vs. luck ; The late Benjamin Franklin ; Mr. Bloke's item ; A medieval romance ; Petition concerning copyright ; After-dinner speech ; Lionizing murderers ; A new crime ; A curious dream ; A true story just as I heard it ; Personal habits of the Siamese twins ; Speech at the Scottish banquet at London ; A ghost story ; Legend of the Capitoline Venus ; Speech on accident insurance ; John Chinaman in New York ; How I once edited an agricultural paper ; The petrified man ; My bloody massacre ; The undertaker's chat ; Concerning chambermaids ; Aurelia's unfortunate young man ; "After" Jenkins ; About barbers ; "Party cries" in Ireland ; The facts concerning the recent resignation ; History repeats itself ; Honored as a curiosity ; First interview with Artemus Ward ; Cannibalism in the cars ; The killing of Julius Caesar localized ; The widow's protest ; The scriptural panoramist ; Curing a cold ; A curious pleasure excursion ; Running for governor ; A mysterious visit --
vol. 20. Tom Sawyer abroad, Tom Sawyer, detective, and other stories, etc., etc. Tom Sawyer abroad ; Tom Sawyer, detective ; The stolen white elephant ; Some rambling notes of an idle excursion ; The facts concerning the recent carnival of crime in Connecticut ; About magnanimous-incident literature ; Punch, brothers, punch ; The great revolution in Pitcairn ; On the decay of the art of lying ; The canvasser's tale ; An encounter with an interviewer ; Paris notes ; Legend of Sagenfeld, in Germany ; Speech on the babies ; Speech on the weather ; Concerning the American language ; Rogers ; The loves of Alonzo Fitz Clarence and Rosannah Ethelton ; Map of Paris ; Letter read at a dinner --
vol. 21. The American claimant and other stories and sketches. The American claimant ; Merry tales (The private history of a campaign that failed ; Luck ; A curious experience ; Mrs. McWilliams and the lightning ; Meisterschaft : in three acts) ; The £1,000,000 bank-note, and other stories (The £1,000,000 bank-note ; Mental telegraphy ; A cure for the blues ; The curious book, complete ; About all kinds of ships (The modern steamer and the obsolete steamer ; Noah's ark ; Columbus's craft ; A vanished sentiment) ; Playing courier ; The German Chicago ; A petition to the Queen of England ; A majestic literary fossil) --
vol. 22. How to tell a story and other essays. How to tell a story ; In defence of Harriet Shelley ; Fenimore Cooper's literary offences ; Traveling with a reformer ; Private history of the "Jumping frog" story ; Mental telegraphy again ; What Paul Bourget thinks of us ; A little note to M. Paul Bourget ; The invalid's story ; The captain's story ; Stirring times in Austria ; Concerning the Jews ; From the "London Times" of 1904 ; At the appetite cure ; In memorium ; Mark Twain : a biographical sketch --
vol. 23. The man that corrupted Hadleyburg and other essays and stories. The man that corrupted Hadleyburg ; My début as a literary person ; The Esquimau maiden's romance ; My first lie and how I got out of it ; The belated Russian passport ; Two little tales ; About play acting ; Diplomatic pay and clothes ; Is he living or is he dead? ; My boyhood dreams ; The Austrian Edison keeping school again ; Extracts from Adam's diary ; The death disk ; A double-barreled detective story --
vol. 24. The $30,000 bequest and other stories. The $30,000 bequest ; A dog's tale ; Was it heaven? Or hell? ; The Californian's tale ; A helpless situation ; A telephonic conversation ; Edward Mills and George Benton : a tale ; Saint Joan of Arc ; The five boons of life ; The first writing-machines ; Italian without a master ; Italian with grammar ; A burlesque biography ; General Washington's negro body-servant ; Wit inspirations of the "two-year-olds" ; An entertaining article ; A letter to the Secretary of the Treasury ; Amended obituaries ; A monument to Adam ; A humane word from Satan ; Introduction to "The new guide of the conversation in Portugese and English" ; Advice to little girls ; Post-mortem poetry ; A deception ; The danger of lying in bed ; Portrait of King William III ; Does the race of man love a lord? ; Eve's diary --
v. 25. Christian science ...

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