There are many quotes pertaining to Twain which have been printed over the years. Mark Twain has been described, by his friend William Dean Howells, as “the Lincoln of literature and at the heart of his work lies that greatest of all American qualities; irreverence”. The Washington Post
“More than 100 years after [Twain] wrote these stories, they remain not only remarkably funny but remarkably modern…. Ninety-nine years after his death, Twain still manages to get the last laugh.” Vanity Fair.
Who is Mark Twain? Is actually a collection of 26 essays that are both thought-provoking and wickedly funny, and all from the pen of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, AKA Mark Twain. None of these have ever appeared in print before are all can be described as contemporary, gut-bursting hilarious and still incredibly relevant.