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This Reader’s Edition, a conveyable paperback in higher variety, republishes the textual content of the hardcover Autobiography in a sort that's handy for the overall reader, with out the editorial explanatory notes. It contains a short creation describing the evolution of Mark Twain’s rules approximately writing his autobiography, in addition to a chronology of his existence, short relations biographies, and an excerpt from the coming near near Autobiography of Mark Twain, quantity 2—a arguable yet normally funny assault on Christian doctrine.
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