The writings of Mark Twain.

[Author's national ed.] New York, Harper [1869-1909]. Grosse Pointe, Mich., Scholarly Press [1968] .

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Description 25 v. illus., ports. 23 cm.
Notes Each volume has general half-title and special t.p.
Contents v. 1-2. The innocents abroad; or, The new Pilgrims' progress.--v. 3-4. A tramp abroad.--v. 5-6. Following the equator.--v. 7-8. Roughing it.--v. 9. Life on the Mississippi.--v. 10-11. The gilded age, by Mark Twain and C. D. Warner.--v. 12. The adventures of Tom Sawyer.--v. 13. The adventures of Huckleberry Finn.--v. 14. Pudd'nhead Wilson, and Those extraordinary twins.--v. 15. The prince and the pauper.--v. 16. A Connecticut Yankee in King Authur's court.--v. 17-18. Personal recollections of Joan of Arc, by the Sieur Louis de Conte.--v. 19. Sketches, new and old.--v. 20. Tom Sawyer abroad, Tom Sawyer detective, and other stories.--v. 21. The American claimant, and other stories and sketches.--v. 22. How to tell a story, and other essays.--v. 23. The man that corrupted Hadleyburg, and other essays and stories.--v. 24. The $30,000 bequest, and other stories.--v. 25. Christian science, with notes containing corrections to date.
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