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Fri Aug 16, 2013, 11:50 AM

9. And you would compare someone who writes "some" of his stuff

to this?

WRITINGS BY THE AUTHOR:
NOVELS; UNDER PSEUDONYM MARK TWAIN, EXCEPT WHERE INDICATED

(With Charles Dudley Warner) The Gilded Age: A Tale of Today, illustrated by Augustus Hoppin and others, American Publishing, 1873, Twain's portion published separately as The Adventures of Colonel Sellers, edited by Charles Nelder, Doubleday, 1965.

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, illustrated by True Williams, American Publishing (Hartford, CT), 1876.

The Prince and the Pauper, Chatto & Windus (London, England), 1881, Osgood (Boston, MA), 1882.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Tom Sawyer's Comrade, illustrated by Edward Windsor Kemble, Chatto & Windus, 1884, Webster (New York, NY), 1885.

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, illustrated by Dan Beard, Webster, 1889, published as A Yankee at the Court of King Arthur, Chatto & Windus, 1889.

The American Claimant (adapted from the play by Twain and William Dean Howells; also see below), Webster, 1892.

Tom Sawyer Abroad, by Huck Finn, illustrated by Dan Beard, Webster, 1894.

Pudd'nhead Wilson: A Tale, Chatto & Windus, 1894, expanded as The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson, and the Comedy of Those Extraordinary Twins, American Publishing, 1894.

(Under pseudonym Sieur Louis de Conte) Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc, illustrated by E. V. Du Mond, Harper (New York, NY), 1896.

Extract from Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven, Harper, 1909.

The Mysterious Stranger: A Romance, illustrated by N. C. Wyeth, edited by Albert Bigelow Paine and Frederick A. Duneka, Harper, 1916.

Simon Wheeler: Detective (unfinished novel), edited by Franklin R. Rogers, New York Public Library, 1963.

(With Stephen Stewart) Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer Collaboration (novel unfinished by Mark Twain completed by Stephen Stewart), New Mill (Meadow Vista, CA), 2001.

(With Lee Nelson) Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer among the Indians (novel unfinished by Mark Twain completed by Lee Nelson), Council Press (Springville, UT), 2003.

SHORT STORIES AND SKETCHES; UNDER TWAIN PSEUDONYM

The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, and Other Sketches, edited by John Paul, C. H. Webb (New York, NY), 1867.

Screamers: A Gathering of Scraps of Humour, Delicious Bits, and Short Stories, J. C. Hotten, 1871.

Eye Openers: Good Things, Immensely Funny Sayings, and Stories, J. C. Hotten, c. 1871.

A Curious Dream, and Other Sketches, Routledge (London, England), 1872.

Mark Twain's Sketches, illustrated by R. T. Sperry, American News, 1874, expanded as Mark Twain's Sketches: New and Old, American Publishing, 1876.

Merry Tales, Webster, 1892.

The 1,000,000 Pound Bank-Note, and Other New Stories, Webster, 1893.

Tom Sawyer, Detective, as Told by Huck Finn, and Other Stories, Chatto & Windus, 1896.

The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg, and Other Stories and Essays, Harper, 1900, revised edition, Chatto & Windus, 1900.

A Double Barrelled Detective Story, illustrated by Lucius Hitchcock, Harper, 1902.

A Dog's Tale, illustrated by W. T. Smedley, Harper, 1904.

Extracts from Adam's Diary (also see below), illustrated by F. Strothmann, Harper, 1904.

Eve's Diary Translated from the Original Ms (also see below), illustrated by Lester Ralph, Harper, 1906.

The $30,000 Bequest, and Other Stories, Harper, 1906.

A Horse's Tale, illustrated by Lucius Hitchcock, Harper, 1907.

The Curious Republic of Gondour, and Other Whimsical Sketches, Boni & Liveright (New York, NY), 1919.

(With Bret Harte) Sketches of the Sixties, Howell, 1927.

Concerning Cats: Two Tales, Book Club of California (San Francisco, CA), 1959.

Short Stories of Mark Twain, Funk & Wagnall, 1967.

The Diaries of Adam and Eve (contains excerpts from Adam's Diary and Eve's Diary), American Heritage, 1971.

Early Tales and Sketches, Volume 1: 1851-1864, edited by Edgar M. Branch and Robert H. Hirst, University of California Press, 1979.

A Story without an End, illustrated by Joe McDermott, Creative Education (Mankatom, MN), 1986.

PLAYS; UNDER TWAIN PSEUDONYM

Colonel Sellers (five-act), produced in New York City, 1874.

(With Bret Harte) Ah Sin, produced in Washington, DC, 1877.

The Quaker City Holy Land Excursion: An Unfinished Play, Buttonmaker Press (Omaha, NE), 1986.

Also author, with G. S. Densomore, of The Gilded Age (adapted from the novel by Twain and Warner), 1873; author, with William Dean Howells, of The American Claimant; or, Mulberry Sellers Ten Years Later, 1887.

Is He Dead?: A Comedy in Three Acts, edited with foreword, afterword, and notes by Shelley Fisher Fishkin; text established by the Mark Twain Project, Bancroft Library, illustrations by Barry Moser, University of California Press (Berkeley, CA), 2003.

TRAVEL BOOKS; UNDER TWAIN PSEUDONYM
The Innocents Abroad; or, The New Pilgrims' Progress, illustrated by True Williams, American Publishing, 1869, published in two volumes as Innocents Abroad, and The New Pilgrims' Progress, Hotten (London, England), 1870.
The Innocents at Home (also see below), Routledge (London, England), 1872.
Roughing It, Routledge, 1872, revised edition (includes The Innocents at Home), American Publishing, 1872.
An Idle Excursion, Rose-Belford, 1878, revised as Punch, Brothers, Punch!, and Other Sketches, Slote, Woodman, 1878.
A Tramp Abroad, illustrated by Twain and others, American Publishing, 1880, excerpt published as Jim Baker's Bluejay Yarn (also see below).
Following the Equator: A Journey around the World, American Publishing, 1897, published as More Tramps Abroad, Chatto & Windus, 1897.
Europe and Elsewhere, edited by Albert Bigelow Paine, Harper, 1923.
Traveling with the Innocents Abroad: Mark Twain's Original Reports from Europe and the Holy Land, edited by Daniel Morley McKelthan, University of Oklahoma Press, 1958.
Jim Baker's Bluejay Yarn, illustrated by Fred Brenner, Orion Press, 1963.

ESSAYS; UNDER TWAIN PSEUDONYM
How to Tell a Story, and Other Essays, Harper, 1897.
English as She Is Taught, Mutual Book Co., 1900.
King Leopold's Soliloquy: A Defense of His Congo Rule, P. R. Warren, 1905.
Editorial Wild Oats, Harper, 1905.
My Debut as a Literary Person, with Other Essays and Stories, American Publishing, 1906.
(Originally published anonymously) What Is Man?, De Vinne Press, 1906, revised as What Is Man?, and Other Essays, Harper, 1917.
Christian Science, with Notes Containing Corrections to Date, Harper, 1907.
Is Shakespeare Dead?, Harper, 1909.
In Defense of Harriet Shelley, and Other Essays, Harper, 1918.
Concerning the Jews, Harper, 1934.
Mark My Words: Mark Twain on Writing, edited by Mark Dawidziak, St. Martin's Press (New York, NY), 1996.

CORRESPONDENCE; UNDER TWAIN PSEUDONYM
Mark Twain's Letters (two volumes), edited by Albert Bigelow Paine, Harper, 1917.
Mark Twain, the Letter Writer, edited by Cyril Clemens, Meador, 1932.
Mark Twain's Letters to Will Bowen, edited by Theodore Hornberger, University of Texas Press, 1941.
The Love Letters of Mark Twain, edited by Dixon Wecter, Harper, 1949.
Mark Twain to Mrs. Fairbanks, edited by Dixon Wecter, Huntington Library, 1949.
Mark Twain to Uncle Remus, 1881-1885, edited by Thomas H. English, Emory University, 1953.
(With William Dean Howells) Mark Twain-Howell Letters (two volumes), edited by Henry Nash Smith and William M. Gibson, Belknap Press, 1960.
Mark Twain's Letters to Mary, edited by Lewis Leary, Columbia University Press, 1961.
Mark Twain: Letters from the Earth, edited by Bernard De Voto, preface by Henry Nash Smith, 1962.
Mark Twain's Letters from Hawaii, edited by A. Grove Day, Appleton-Century, 1966.
Mark Twain's Letters to His Publishers, edited and with an introduction by Hamlin Hill, University of California Press, 1967.
Mark Twain's Letters to Henry Huttleston Rogers, edited by Leary, University of California Press, 1969.
The Selected Letters of Mark Twain, edited with an introduction and commentary by Charles Neider, Cooper Square Press (New York, NY), 1982.

AUTOBIOGRAPHY; UNDER TWAIN PSEUDONYM
Old Times on the Mississippi, Belford, 1876, reprinted as The Mississippi Pilot, Ward, Lock & Tyler, 1877, revised as Life on the Mississippi, Osgood, 1883, excerpt published as The Boy's Ambition, Lerner, 1975.
Mark Twain's Autobiography (two volumes), edited by Albert Bigelow Paine, Harper, 1924, edited as one volume by Charles Neider, Harper, 1959.

COLLECTED JOURNALISM; UNDER TWAIN PSEUDONYM
Letters from the Sandwich Islands Written for the "Sacramento Union," edited by G. Ezra Dane, Grabhorn, 1937.
The Washoe Giant in San Francisco, edited by Franklin Walker, Fields, 1938.
Mark Twain's Letters in the "Muscatine Journal," edited by Edgar M. Branch, Mark Twain Association of America, 1942.
Mark Twain of the Enterprise: Newspaper Articles and Other Documents, 1862-1864, edited by Henry Nash Smith, University of California Press, 1957.
Contributions to the "Galaxy," 1868-1871, edited by Bruce R. McElderry, Jr., Scholars' Facsimiles and Reprints, 1961.
Mark Twain's San Francisco, edited by Bernard Taper, McGraw, 1963.
Clemens of the "Call": Mark Twain in San Francisco, edited by Edgar M. Branch, University of California Press, 1969.
ANTHOLOGIES
The Family Mark Twain, Harper, 1935.
Mark Twain's Wit and Wisdom, edited by Cyril Clemens, Stokes, 1935.
The Portable Mark Twain, edited by Bernard De Voto, Viking, 1946.
Mark Twain on the Art of Writing, edited by Martion B. Fried, Salisbury Club, 1961.
Selected Shorter Writings of Mark Twain, edited by Walter Blair, Houghton, 1962.
Great Short Works of Mark Twain, edited by Justin Kaplan, Harper, 1967.
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