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Mark Twain on the Web

Some of Our Partners
American Literature Association
Modern Language Association of America
Mark Twain Papers and Project
American Humor Studies Association
The Elmira College Center for Mark Twain Studies
Quadrennial Conference on the State of Mark Twain Studies
The Mark Twain House and Museum in Hartford, Connecticut
The Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum in Hannibal, Missouri 
Mark Twain Library, Redding, CT

Other Mark Twain Resources

The Mark Twain Journal
Home Page of the Mark Twain Forum (Kevin Bochynski)
Mark Twain in His Times (Stephen Railton)
Mark Twain, a Film by Ken Burns
Mark Twain Quotations, Newspaper Collections, and Related Sources (Barbara Schmidt)
Mark Twain Pages (Peter Salwen)
Perspectives in American Literature: Mark Twain (Paul P. Reuben) article on Mark Twain


  1. andrewjoyce says:

    Three men come together in the town of Redemption Colorado, each for his own purpose. Huck Finn is a famous lawman not afraid to use his gun to protect the weak. He has come to right a terrible wrong. After his wife’s death, Tom Sawyer does not want to live anymore; he has come to die. The third man, the Laramie Kid, a killer Huck and Tom befriended years earlier has come to kill a man. For these three men Death is a constant companion. For these three men it is their last chance for redemption.

  2. Sahar says:

    Mark Twain was a brilliant man.
    He was amazing in his literature career.

  3. Deniz says:

    I am a great admirer of Mark Twain. He was an amazing writer and left an incredible legacy.

  4. Lara says:

    Mark Twain was a great man.

  5. Defne says:

    Mark Twain is a wonderful writer that has many books. Most of his books are an art of literature.

  6. Remo says:

    Is Anybody or society interested in buying an appartment in Villa di quarto in Florence Italy.Mark twain lived there for a while in 1904 and sadly it is where his wife died.

  7. We would like to know if you could add a link to our film under your heading: “Other Mark Twain Resources” Our film is called “88 Days in the Mother Lode: Mark Twain Finds His Voice. It is about the three months (88 days) Samuel Clemens spent on Jackass Hill and Angels Camp in Tuolumne and Calaveras counties during the winter of 1864-65. This time was pivotal in Clemens’ life as this is where and when he decided that he could become a lecturer, as opposed to a newspaper writer. During this time, he also heard the story about the Jumping Frog of Calaveras County, which propelled him to international stardom. You can learn more about our film at our website. (We are members of the Mark Twain Circle…)

  8. Ali Goodwin says:

    Mark Twain’s Summer Home in York, Maine has recently been listed. You can take a 3D Tour of the home and read up on the historical facts at

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