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CONTENTS
CHAP. PAGE
Preface ix
I. The Family of John Clemens 1
II. The New Home, and Uncle John Quarles's Farm 7
III. School 12
IV. Education Out of School 16
V. Tom Sawyer and His Band 24
VI. Closing School-days 36
VII. The Apprentice 42
VIII. Orion's Paper 47
IX. The Open Road 52
X. A Wind of Chance 60
XI. The Long Way to the Amazon 66
XII. Renewing an Old Ambition 70
XIII. Learning the River 75
XIV. River Days 82
XV. The Wreck of the "Pennsylvania" 91
XVI. The Pilot 94
XVII. The End of Piloting 100
XVIII. The Soldier 103
XIX. The Pioneer 108
XX. The Miner 112
XXI. The Territorial Enterprise 124
XXII. "Mark Twain" 129
XXIII. Artemus Ward and Literary San Francisco 134
XXIV. The Discovery of "The Jumping Frog" 141
XXV. Hawaii and Anson Burlingame 148
XXVI. Mark Twain, Lecturer 153
XXVII. An Innocent Abroad, and Home Again 163
XXVIII. Olivia Langdon. Work on the "Innocents" 169
XXIX. The Visit to Elmira and its Consequences 173
XXX. The New Book and a Wedding 178
XXXI. Mark Twain in Buffalo 182
XXXII. At Work on "Roughing It" 186
XXXIII. In England 189
XXXIV. A New Book and New English Triumphs 192
XXXV. Beginning "Tom Sawyer" 198
XXXVI. The New Home 202
XXXVII. "Old Times," "Sketches," and "Tom Sawyer" 205
XXXVIII.  Home Pictures 209
XXXIX. Tramping Abroad 212
XL. "The Prince and the Pauper" 219
XLI. General Grant at Hartford 222
XLII. Many Investments 225
XLIII. Back to the River, with Bixby 229
XLIV. A Reading-tour with Cable 232
XLV. "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" 236
XLVI. Publisher to General Grant 239
XLVII. The High-tide of Fortune 243
XLVIII. Business Difficulties. Pleasanter Things 246
XLIX. Kipling at Elmira. Elsie Leslie. The "Yankee" 256
L. The Machine. Good-by to Hartford. "Joan" Is Begun 261
LI. The Failure of Webster & Co. Around the World. Sorrow  271
LII. European Economies. 280
LIII. Mark Twain Pays His Debts 284
LIV. Return After Exile 288
LV. A Prophet at Home 291
LVI. Honored by Missouri 295
LVII. The Close of a Beautiful Life 299
LVIII. Mark Twain at Seventy 303
LIX. Mark Twain Arranges for His Biography 310
LX. Working with Mark Twain 316
LXI. Dictations at Dublin, N. H. 321
LXII. A New Era of Billiards 325
LXIII. Living with Mark Twain 329
LXIV. A Degree from Oxford 332
LXV. The Removal to Redding 335
LXVI. Life at Stormfield 339
LXVII. The Death of Jean 343
LXVIII. Days in Bermuda 345
LXIX. The Return to Redding 349
LXX. The Close of a Great Life 352
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