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I’m trying to find a passage Mark Twain wrote. Paraphrasing: A great army looked for a place to cross a river, and saw a doe and fawn crossing so they crossed at that location. They fought a great battle, or not. They won a great victory, or not. Can’t recall where I read this story. Would appreciate the reference.
That does not ring a bell with me, but perhaps someone else knows…
That sounds ever so vaguely like a passage about Caesar in “The Turning Point of My Life”
Would like to use some of the pictures for a class project. Would like to know who to contact.
Feel free to use them. No.problem.
how can I become a member to publish an article about twain or can I publish without being a member?
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