Mark Twain's Travels with Mr. Brown: being heretofore uncollected sketches written by Mark Twain for the San Francisco Alta California in 1866 & 1867, describing the adventures of the author and his irrepressible companion in Nicaragua, Hannibal, New York, and other spots on their way to Europe
Alfred A. Knopf, 1940 - 294 pages
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