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  • He was a captain in the Civil War, and knew General Sherman, and they say he was a miner in Nevada right alongside of Mark Twain.
  • Carol’s small town thinks not in hoss-swapping but in cheap motor cars, telephones, ready-made clothes, silos, alfalfa, kodaks, phonographs, leather-upholstered Morris chairs, bridge-prizes, oil-stocks, motion-pictures, land-deals, unread sets of Mark Twain, and a chaste version of national politics.

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  • And then there we were, at the clapboard building that had been the courtroom of Samuel Clemens’s dad.
    Gillian Flynn  --  Gone Girl
  • I write a five-page paper on Mark Twain over the weekend for Quang-ha.
    Holly Goldberg Sloan  --  Counting by 7s

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