Autobiography of Mark Twain, Volume I

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Clara, Jean, Livy and Susy, Mark Twain’s wife and daughters, 1880s

Autobiography of Mark Twain is the first complete and unrevised edition of the autobiography that Mark Twain had been dictating to his secretaries in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The first of three projected volumes was published in 2010 by the Mark Twain Project, a hundred years after his death,. The text was among the personal papers that one of his daughters left to the University of California, Berkeley.