By Mark Twain

ISBN-10: 0520272250

ISBN-13: 9780520272255

Features:
* ALL 12 novels, annotated with concise introductions and that includes person contents tables
* boasts many photos with regards to Twain's existence and works
* illustrated with photos of ways the books first seemed, giving your Kindle a flavor of the unique texts
* contains Twain’s infrequent unfinished novel “The Mysterious Stranger”, frequently overlooked out of collections
* all the brief tales, with caliber formatting
* the fast tales have their very own chronological and alphabetical contents tables – locate that precise tale easily!
* Twain's 20 brief tale contributions to "The Library of Humor", with their very own contents table
* even contains Twain’s entire letters, essays and satires – with their very own unique contents tables
* all the shuttle writing, with contents tables
* contains Twain's "Chapters from My Autobiography"
* specific BONUS texts, together with 3 modern Twain biographies - discover the good man's remarkable lifestyles in Paine's and Howells' well-known biographies!
* scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres
* up to date with a distinct literary feedback part, with quite a few works exploring Twain's contribution to literature
* up-to-date with Archibald Henderson's serious learn MARK TWAIN
* up to date with the full speeches
This is the whole WORKS of America’s favorite storyteller Mark Twain. The booklet includes each novel, brief tale - even the very infrequent ones – essay, commute ebook, non-fiction textual content, letter and lots more and plenty, even more! (Current model: 2)
The book additionally contains a entrance no-nonsense desk of contents to permit effortless navigation round Twain’s enormous oeuvre. Welcome to hours upon hours upon hours of studying one in all literature’s most renowned storytellers!
Please word: we objective to supply the main finished writer collections to be had to Kindle readers. unfortunately, it’s no longer regularly attainable to assure a completely ‘complete’ works, because of copyright regulations or the shortage of youngster works. even if, we do make certain our consumers that each attainable significant textual content and a wealth of different fabric are incorporated. we're devoted to constructing and adorning our eBooks, that are to be had as unfastened updates for patrons who've already bought them.

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GAVESTON ( comes forward) : I can hold back no longer, my dear master. EDWARD : What, Danny! Dearest ! Embrace me , Danny, a s I d o you ! Since y ou were banished, all m y days ar e barren. GAVESTON : And since I left, no s oul in Hades suffered More than poor G aveston. EDWARD : I know . Now, mischief-making Lancaster, Arch-heretic Winchester, plot all you want. Gaveston, this very moment we will make you Edward II Lord Chamberlain, Chancellor, Earl of Cornwall And Peer of the Isle of Man. KENT (darkly ) : Brother, enough!

A ll leave. Enter GAVESTON. GAVESTON : It looks as if the Earl of Lancaster, The Archbishop of Winchester, the Queen, And several vultures from the city of London Are hatching a plot against a number of people. London. GAVESTON, in his house, alone, writing his will. GAVESTON : By a misunderstanding, on an ordinary Thursday, 15 16 Bertolt Brecht Also without any liking for slaughter, Many a man is wiped out, painfully. �d therefore I Who do not know What it was about me of too much or too little That made this Edward, now the king, Unable to leave me alone, For my own mother found nothing in me �y different from the extremely Usual, no goiter, no white skin, Therefore I Who have come to the end of my rope But do know ( stupid as I am ) That nothing helps him live whom all wish dead So there's no help for me here in London �d I won't get out of the place except feet first Therefore I Write my last will and testament .

You look a king over Like an ox in your stockyards, don't you? Can a race of men live like that? Come, Gaveston. I am still there and my feet Know what to do with vipers. Off, with GAVESTON. Bertolt Brecht 22 MORTIMER : So it's war. LANCASTER : '( Nor devils of the ocean nor angels of the sky Can save him from our army. The butcher's son must die. The battle of Killingworth, 15 and 1 6 A ugust 1 320. Battlefield near Killingworth. Toward seven in the evening. MORTIMER, LANCASTER , ARCHBISHOP, TROOPS.

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