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In addition to being a great novelist, Mark Twain was one of the most popular public speakers of his day. This collection brings together in a single volume the complete collected speeches of Mark Twain which was first published in 1871.
Table of Contents:
The Story Of A Speech; Plymouth Rock And The Pilgrims; Compliments And Degrees; Books, Authors, And Hats; Dedication Speech; Die Schrecken Der Deutschen Sprache [The Horrors Of The German Language]; German For The Hungarians; A New German Word; Unconscious Plagiarism; The Weather; The Babies; Our Children And Great Discoveries; Educating Theatre-Goers; The Educational Theatre; Poets As Policemen; Pudd'nhead Wilson Dramatized; Daly Theatre; The Dress Of Civilized Woman; Dress Reform And Copyright; College Girls; Girls; The Ladies; Woman's Press Club; Votes For Women; Woman-An Opinion; Advice To Girls; Taxes And Morals; Tammany And Croker; Municipal Corruption; Municipal Government; China And The Philippines; Theoretical Morals; Layman's Sermon; University Settlement Society; Public Education Association; Education And Citizenship; Courage; The Dinner To Mr.
Choate; On Stanley And Livingstone; Henry M. Stanley; Dinner To Mr. Jerome; Henry Irving; Dinner To Hamilton W. Mabie; Introducing Nye And Riley; Dinner To Whitelaw Reid; Rogers And Railroads; The Old-Fashioned Printer; Society Of American Authors; Reading-Room Opening; Literature; Disappearance Of Literature; The New York Press Club Dinner; The Alphabet And Simplified Spelling; Spelling And Pictures; Books And Burglars; Authors' Club; Booksellers; "Mark Twain's First Appearance"; Morals And Memory; Queen Victoria; Joan Of Arc; Accident Insurance - Etc.; Osteopathy; Water-Supply; Mistaken Identity; Cats And Candy; Obituary Poetry; Cigars And Tobacco; Billiards; The Union Right Or Wrong; An Ideal French Address; Statistics; Galveston Orphan Bazaar; San Francisco Earthquake; Charity And Actors; Russian Republic; Russian Sufferers; Watterson And Twain As Rebels; Robert Fulton Fund; Fulton Day, Jamestown; Lotos Club Dinner In Honor Of Mark Twain; Copyright; In Aid Of The Blind; Dr.
Mark Twain, Farmeopath; Missouri University Speech; Business; Carnegie The Benefactor; On Poetry, Veracity, And Suicide; Welcome Home; An Undelivered Speech; Sixty-Seventh Birthday; To The Whitefriars; The Ascot Gold Cup; The Savage Club Dinner; General Miles And The Dog; When In Doubt, Tell The Truth; The Day We Celebrate; Independence Day; Americans And The English; About London; Princeton; The St.
Louis Harbor-Boat "Mark Twain"; Seventieth Birthday.
Mark Twain (pseudonym of Samuel Langhorne Clemens) (1835-1910), quintessential American humorist, lecturer, essayist, and author wrote The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.