My Autobiography: Chapters from the North American Review
Courier Dover Publications, 1999 - 288 mga pahina
Famed American author’s plain-spoken words—recorded as character sketches, essays, diary entries, letters and more—recall his boisterous boyhood in Hannibal, Missouri, life as a riverboat pilot, as a young adult in rough Nevada mining towns, years spent as a widely renowned author, plus somber passages noting the death of his beloved wife and their three children. Mostly chatty and entertaining, the book is "a lively hodgepodge of anecdotes, pronouncements and descriptions—all of them distinctly Mark Twain."—Publishers Weekly.