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Mark Twain was born in 1835 in Missouri, is widely regarded as the Father of American Literature. His stories, which often unblinkingly described America during its shameful period of human slavery, have brought him much fame--and infamy as well. Ernest Hemingway wrote: All modern American literature comes from one book by Mark Twain called Huckleberry Finn, while Thomas Edison declared, An American loves his family. If he has any love left over for some other person he generally selects Mark Twain.

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American actor and Mark Twain interpreter Richard Henzel narrates Mark Twain's story of a time-traveling 19th Colt Arms Factory mechanic who takes King Arthur's England by storm!

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Mark Twain's scathing satire on Christian missionaries in China was timed to also throw light on U. S. military policies in The Phillipines. With an introduction by Brook Thomas. Unabridged.

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Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven, unabridged, audiobook, by Mark Twain, unabridged. 101min. Narrated by Richard Henzel.

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FREE DOWNLOAD!!! Mark Twain recalls a story told to him by an African American servant known as Aunt Rachel. Actor and Mark Twain interpreter Richard Henzel narrates.

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The author is confronted by his life's worst enemy in a battle to the death. Narrated and produced by Richard Henzel for the Mark Twain In Person Audio Book Library.

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Mark Twain's lesser known novel satirizing aristocracy, romanticism, and unbridled optimism, narrated by veteran actor and Mark Twain interpreter Richard Henzel.

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