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by Twain, Mark

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0 . (Twain, Mark). MARK TWAIN'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Introduction by Albert Bigelow Paine. Harpers, NY, 1924 (1st edition stated, "h-y"). 2 volumes, blue cloth, 368+365pp., and two pages of ads at end of Vol. II. Owner's name, some light rubbing at extremities, still a better than Very Good set.


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