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Prepared by by David Price firstname.lastname@example.org The Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg It was many years ago. Hadleyburg was the most honest and upright town in all the region round about. It had kept that reputation unsmirched during three generations, and was prouder of it than of any other of its possessions. It was so proud
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This etext was produced by David Widger MARK TWAIN’S LETTERS 1907-1910 ARRANGED WITH COMMENT BY ALBERT BIGELOW PAINE VOLUME VI. XLVI LETTERS 1907-08. A DEGREE FROM OXFORD. THE NEW HOME AT REDDING The author, J. Howard Moore, sent a copy of his book, The Universal Kinship, with a letter in which he said: “Most humorists
This etext was produced by David Widger MARK TWAIN’S LETTERS 1901-1906 ARRANGED WITH COMMENT BY ALBERT BIGELOW PAINE VOLUME V. XL LETTERS OF 1901, CHIEFLY TO TWICHELL. MARK TWAIN AS A REFORMER. SUMMER AT SARANAC. ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY An editorial in the Louisville Courier-Journal, early in 1901, said: “A remarkable transformation, or rather a