Mark Twain

Mark Twain

Biography of Mark Twain

Mark Twain (real name Samuel Clemens), the writer, adventurer and wily social critic born, wrote the novels Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.

Novels by Mark Twain

Short stories by Mark Twain

  1. "After" Jenkins
  2. "Party Cries" In Ireland
  3. A Burlesque Biography
  4. A Cure for the Blues
  5. A Curious Experience
  6. A Curious Pleasure Excursion
  7. A Defence of General Funston
  8. A Dog's Tale
  9. A Entertaining Article
  10. A Fable
  11. A Fashion Item
  12. A Fine Old Man
  13. A Ghost Story
  14. A Helpless Situation
  15. A Humane Word from Satan
  16. A Letter from Santa Claus
  17. A Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury
  18. A Medieval Romance
  19. A Memory
  20. A Monument to Adam
  21. A Mysterious Visit
  22. A New Crime
  23. A Reminiscence of the Back Settlements
  24. A Royal Compliment
  25. A Telephonic Conversation
  26. A True Story, Repeated Word for Word As I Heard It
  27. About Barbers
  28. About Magnanimous-Incident Literature
  29. About Play-Acting
  30. About Smells
  31. Advice To Little Girls
  32. After-Dinner Speech
  33. Amended Obituaries
  34. Among the Fenians
  35. Among the Spirits
  36. An Encounter With An Interviewer
  37. Answers to Correspondents
  38. At The Appetite-Cure
  39. Aurelia's Unfortunate Young Man
  40. Cannibalism In The Cars
  41. Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven
  42. Christian Science and the book of Mrs. Eddy
  43. Colonel Mulberry Sellers
  44. Concerning Chambermaids
  45. Concerning The American Language
  46. Concerning The Jews
  47. Concerning Tobacco
  48. Curing A Cold
  49. Curious Relic For Sale
  50. Dan Murphy
  51. Dick Baker's Cat
  52. Diplomatic Pay and Clothes
  53. Disgraceful Persecution Of A Boy
  54. Does the Race of Man Love a Lord??
  55. Edward Mills and George Benton: A Tale
  56. English as She is Taught
  57. Eve's Diary
  58. Experience Of The McWilliamses With Membranous Croup
  59. Extracts from Adam's Diary
  60. First Interview With Artemus Ward
  61. From the 'London Times' of 1904
  62. General Washington's Negro Body-Servant
  63. Goldsmith's Friend Abroad Again
  64. History Repeats Itself
  65. Honored As A Curiosity
  66. How I Edited an Agricultural Paper
  67. How The Author Was Sold In Newark
  68. How to Tell a Story
  69. Hunting The Deceitful Turkey
  70. In Memoriam - Olivia Susan Clemens
  71. Information Wanted
  72. Introduction to "The New Guide of the Conversation in Portuguese and English"
  73. Is He Living or Is He Dead?
  74. Italian with Grammar
  75. Italian Without a Master
  76. Jim Baker's Blue-Jay Yarn
  77. John Chinaman In New York
  78. Johnny Greer
  79. Journalism In Tennessee
  80. Legend Of Sagenfeld, In Germany
  81. Lionizing Murderers
  82. Lost in the Snow
  83. Luck
  84. Mark Twain: A Child's Biography
  85. Mr. Bloke's Item
  86. My Bloody Massacre
  87. My Boyhood Dreams
  88. My Debut as a Literary Person
  89. My First Lie, and How I Got Out of It
  90. My First Literary Venture
  91. My Late Senatorial Secretaryship
  92. My Military Campaign
  93. My Watch
  94. Paris Notes
  95. Petition Concerning Copyright
  96. Political Economy
  97. Portrait of King William III
  98. Post-mortem Poetry
  99. Punch, Brothers, Punch!
  100. Riley-Newspaper Correspondent
  101. Rogers
  102. Running For Governor
  103. Some Learned Fables, For Good Old Boys And Girls
  104. Speech At The Scottish Banquet In London
  105. Speech On Accident Insurance
  106. Speech On The Babies
  107. Speech On The Weather
  108. Switzerland, the Cradle of Liberty
  109. The $30,000 Bequest
  110. The 1,000,000 Bank Note
  111. The Approaching Epidemic
  112. The Californian's Tale
  113. The Canvasser's Tale
  114. The Capitoline Venus
  115. The Captain's Story
  116. The Carnival of Crime in Connecticut
  117. The Case Of George Fisher
  118. The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County
  119. The Curious Dream
  120. The Curious Republic of Gondour
  121. The Dandy Frightening the Squatter
  122. The Danger of Lying in Bed
  123. The Death Of Jean
  124. The Enemy Conquered; or, Love Triumphant
  125. The Esquimaux Maiden's Romance
  126. The Facts Concerning the Recent Carnival of Crime in Connecticut
  127. The Facts Concerning The Recent Resignation
  128. The Facts In The Case Of The Great Beef Contract
  129. The First Writing Machines
  130. The Five Boons of Life
  131. The Great Revolution In Pitcairn
  132. The Invalid's Story
  133. The Judge's "Spirited Woman"
  134. The Jumping Frog
  135. The Killing of Julius Caesar "Localized"
  136. The Late Benjamin Franklin
  137. The Loves Of Alonzo Fitz Clarence And Rosannah Ethelton
  138. The Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg
  139. The McWilliamses And The Burglar Alarm
  140. The Office Bore
  141. The Petrified Man
  142. The Private History of a Campaign That Failed
  143. The Recent Great French Duel
  144. The Science vs Luck
  145. The Scriptural Panoramist
  146. The Siamese Twins
  147. The Stolen White Elephant
  148. The Story Of The Bad Little Boy
  149. The Story Of The Good Little Boy
  150. The True Story
  151. The Undertaker's Chat
  152. The War Prayer
  153. The Widow's Protest
  154. The Wild Man Interviewed
  155. To Raise Poultry
  156. To the Above Old People
  157. Travelling with a Reformer
  158. Was it Heaven? Or Hell?
  159. Wit Inspirations Of The "Two-Year-Olds"

Essays by Mark Twain

  1. Fenimore Cooper's Literary Offences
  2. New England Weather
  3. Niagara
  4. Roughing It
  5. Taming the Bicycle

Poems by Mark Twain

  1. A Man Hired By John Smith And Co
  2. A Sweltering Day In Australia
  3. Genius
  4. O Lord, Our Father
  5. Ode To Stephen Dowling Bots, Dec'D
  6. The Aged Pilot Man
  7. Those Annual Bills
  8. To Jennie
  9. Warm Summer Sun