Twain’s (unexpurgated) autobiography

       With the first volume of Mark Twain’s long-withheld unexpurgated autobiography due out soon — see the University of California Press publicity page, or pre-order your copy from Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk — The New York Times offers a decent introduction, as Larry Rohter writes: Dead for a Century, Twain Says What He Meant.

       Note also that the new Granta will have an excerpt.

You can read it at the Literary Saloon

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