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The writings of Mark Twain.
Twain, Mark, 1835-1910.
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Definitive edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Gabriel Wells, 1922-25.
Physical Description:
37 volumes : frontispieces, plates ; 23 cm
General Note:
Each volume has general half-title and special t.-p.

Gift of Mrs. Robert Warner.
I-II. The innocents abroad.--III-IV. Roughing it.--V-VI. The gilded age, by Mark Twain and C. D. Warner.--VII. Sketches new and old.--VIII. The adventures of Tom Sawyer.--IX-X. A tramp abroad.--XI. The prince and the pauper.--XII. Life on the Mississippi.--XIII. The adventures of Huckleberry Finn.--XIV. A Connecticut Yankee.--XV. The American claimant.--XVI. Pudd'nhead Wilson.--XVII-XVIII. Joan of Arc.--XIX. Tom Sawyer abroad.--XX-XXI. Following the equator.--XXII. Literary essays.--XXIII. The man that corrupted Hadleyburg.--XXIV. The $30,000 bequest.--XXV. Christian science.--XXVI. What is man?--XXVII. The mysterious stranger.--XXVIII. Speeches.--XXIX. Europe and elsewhere.--XXX-XXXIII. Biography, by A. B. Paine.--XXXIV-XXXV. Letters, arranged by A. B. Paine.--XXXVI-XXXVII. Autobiography.
Local Note:
"This definitive edition consists of one thousand twenty-four sets, the first volume of each bearing the original autograph signature of Mark Twain: no. 890."

With the fly-leaf signed by Albert Bigelow Paine, indicating that Twain had signed the inserted leaf in 1906.

Quarter bound in blue cloth, with light tan paper covered boards; printed spine label; special t.p. in each volume printed in red and black.

Prospectus for the definitive ed. laid in v. 1.

Ex libris: Agnes & Alfred Stern, parents of the donor.
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