Mark Twain, a Biography — Volume I, Part 2: 1835-1866 by Albert Bigelow Paine

Mark Twain, a Biography — Volume I, Part 2: 1835-1866

byAlbert Bigelow Paine

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It was not easy to take up the daily struggle again, but it was necessary. — [Clemens once declared he had been so blue at this period that one morning he put a loaded pistol to his head, but found he lacked courage to pull the trigger. ]— Out of the ruck of possibilities (his brain always thronged with plans) he constructed three or four resolves. The chief of these was the trip around the world; but that lay months ahead, and in the mean time ways and means must be provided. Another intention was to finish the Hornet article, and forward it to Harper's Magazine— a purpose carried immediately into effect. To his delight the article found acceptance, and he looked forward to the day of its publication as the beginning of a real career. He intended to follow it up with a series on the islands, which in due time might result in a book and an income. He had gone so far as to experiment with a dedication for the book— an inscription to his mother, modified later for use in 'The Innocents Abroad'
Title:Mark Twain, a Biography — Volume I, Part 2: 1835-1866Format:Kobo ebookPublished:November 27, 2011Language:English

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