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Autobiography of Mark Twain, Volume 2 Autobiography of Mark Twain Volume 2 Mark Twain's uncensored Autobiography was an instant bestseller when the first volume was published in 2010. It captures his authentic and unsuppressed voice, speaking clearly from the grave and brimming with humor, ideas, and opinions.

The eagerly awaited second volume was published in October 2013. Autobiography of Mark Twain, Volume 2, delves deeper into Twain's life, uncovering the many roles he played in his private and public worlds. He shares his views on writing and speaking, his preoccupation with money, and his contempt for the politics and politicians of his day. Affectionate and scathing by turns, his intractable curiosity and candor are everywhere on view.

Since October 2013, a digital edition with a complete textual apparatus—not included in the print version—has been available at Mark Twain Project Online.


Autobiography of Mark Twain, Volume 1 Autobiography of Mark Twain At the time of his death in 1910, Mark Twain left his last major literary work—an autobiography—unpublished and stipulated that the entire unexpurgated work should not be issued for at least a hundred years after his death. In November 2010, the year that marked the centenary of Twain's death, UC Press issued the first volume of a complete three-volume critical edition of the autobiography, edited by the staff of the Mark Twain Project. A digital edition with a complete textual apparatus—not included in the print version—is available at Mark Twain Project Online. In spring 2012 UC Press published the Autobiography of Mark Twain, Volume 1 in a portable Reader's Edition which is also available as an e-book.

Who Is Mark Twain?
Who Is Mark Twain? Published by Harper Studio in cooperation with the Mark Twain Project, Who Is Mark Twain? is a collection of 24 previously unpublished pieces written by Mark Twain on such diverse topics as Jane Austen, free speech, undertaking as a profession, and more—all but three from the Mark Twain Papers.


UC Press Editions
The University of California Press (Berkeley, Los Angeles, and London) publishes Mark Twain Project volumes in three ongoing series: The Mark Twain Papers, scholarly editions of previously unpublished notebooks and journals, letters, and literary manuscripts; The Works of Mark Twain, scholarly editions of previously published literary works; and The Mark Twain Library, popularly-priced editions, with texts, illustrations, and explanatory notes drawn from the Papers and Works and intended for classroom use and a general readership. In 2003, UC Press introduced a new series: Jumping Frogs: Undiscovered, Rediscovered, and Celebrated Writings of Mark Twain. This series brings previously unpublished or less-well-known treasures of Mark Twain's writing to readers of the present day.

For current price and order information, call the UC Press TOLL-FREE 1-800-777-4726; or FAX TOLL-FREE 1-800-999-1958. Or visit the UC Press website.

In 2001 The Bancroft Library and UC Press published Mark Twain Letters and Manuscripts in three microfilm editions.

Jumping Frogs Series

A Family Sketch and Other Private Writings.
Edited by Benjamin Griffin. 2014.

Dear Mark Twain: Letters from His Readers.
Edited with an introduction and notes by R. Kent Rasmussen. 2013.

Mark Twain’s Book of Animals.
Edited with an introduction and afterword by Shelley Fisher Fishkin. Text established by the Mark Twain Project, The Bancroft Library. 2011.

Mark
Twain's Helpful HintsMark Twain's Helpful Hints for Good Living: A Handbook for the Damned Human Race.
Edited by Lin Salamo, Victor Fischer, and Michael B. Frank. 2004.

Is He Dead? A Comedy in Three Acts.
Edited with Foreword, Afterword, and Notes by Shelley Fisher Fishkin. Text established by the Mark Twain Project, The Bancroft Library. Illustrations by Barry Moser. 2003.

The Mark Twain Papers

Mark Twain's Correspondence with Henry Huttleston Rogers, 1893-1909.
Edited by Lewis Leary. 1969.

Mark Twain's Fables of Man.
Edited by John S. Tuckey, Kenneth M. Sanderson, and Bernard L. Stein. 1972.

Mark Twain's Hannibal, Huck & Tom.
Edited by Walter Blair. 1969.

Mark Twain's Letters to His Publishers, 1867-1894.
Edited by Hamlin Hill. 1967.

Mark Twain's Letters, Volume 1: 1853-1866.
Mark Twain's Letters Edited by Edgar Marquess Branch, Michael B. Frank, Kenneth M. Sanderson, Harriet Elinor Smith, Lin Salamo, and Richard Bucci. 1988.


Mark Twain's Letters, Volume 2: 1867-1868.
Edited by Harriet Elinor Smith, Richard Bucci, and Lin Salamo. 1990.

Mark Twain's Letters, Volume 3: 1869.
Edited by Victor Fischer, Michael B. Frank, and Dahlia Armon. 1992.

Mark Twain's Letters, Volume 4: 1870-1871.
Edited by Victor Fischer, Michael B. Frank, and Lin Salamo. 1995.

Mark Twain's Letters, Volume 5: 1872-1873.
Edited by Lin Salamo and Harriet Elinor Smith. 1997.

Mark Twain's Letters, Volume 6: 1874-1875.
Edited by Michael B. Frank and Harriet Elinor Smith. 2002.

Mark Twain's Mysterious Stranger Manuscripts.
Edited by William M. Gibson. 1969.

Mark Twain's Notebooks & Journals, Volume I (1855-1873).
Mark Twain's Notebooks and Journals Edited by Frederick Anderson, Michael B. Frank, and Kenneth M. Sanderson. 1975.

Mark Twain's Notebooks & Journals, Volume II (1877-1883).
Edited by Frederick Anderson, Lin Salamo, and Bernard L. Stein. 1975.

Mark Twain's Notebooks & Journals, Volume III (1883-1891).
Edited by Robert Pack Browning, Michael B. Frank, and Lin Salamo. 1979.

Mark Twain's Satires & Burlesques.
Edited by Franklin R. Rogers. 1967.

Mark Twain's Which Was the Dream? and Other Symbolic Writings of the Later Years.
Edited by John S. Tuckey. 1967.

The Works of Mark Twain

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
Edited by Victor Fischer and Lin Salamo, with the late Walter Blair. 2003.

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer; Tom Sawyer Abroad; Tom Sawyer, Detective.
Edited by John C. Gerber, Paul Baender, and Terry Firkins. 1980.

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court.
Edited by Bernard L. Stein; introduction by Henry Nash Smith. 1979.

Early Tales & Sketches, Volume 1 (1851-1864).
Early Tales and Sketches Edited by Edgar Marquess Branch and Robert H. Hirst, with the assistance of Harriet Elinor Smith. 1979.


Early Tales & Sketches, Volume 2 (1864-1865).
Edited by Edgar Marquess Branch and Robert H. Hirst, with the assistance of Harriet Elinor Smith. 1981.

The Prince and the Pauper.
Edited by Victor Fischer and Lin Salamo, with the assistance of Mary Jane Jones. 1979.

Roughing It.
Roughing It Edited by Harriet Elinor Smith, Edgar Marquess Branch, Lin Salamo, and Robert Pack Browning. 1993.
Winner of the 1993-94 Modern Language Association Prize for a Distinguished Scholarly Edition.

What Is Man? and Other Philosophical Writings.
Edited by Paul Baender. 1973.

The Mark Twain Library

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Edited by Victor Fischer and Lin Salamo. 2001.


The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
Edited by John C. Gerber and Paul Baender. 1982.

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court.
Edited by Bernard L. Stein. 1983.

Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer among the Indians, and Other Unfinished Stories.
Edited by Dahlia Armon, Walter Blair, Paul Baender, William M. Gibson, and Franklin R. Rogers. 1989.

No. 44, The Mysterious Stranger.
Edited by John S. Tuckey and William M. Gibson. 1982.

The Prince and the Pauper.
Edited by Victor Fischer and Michael B. Frank. 1983.

Roughing It.
Edited by Harriet Elinor Smith, Edgar Marquess Branch, Lin Salamo, and Robert Pack Browning. 1996.

Tom Sawyer Abroad; Tom Sawyer, Detective.
Edited by John C. Gerber and Terry Firkins. 1982.

Other Mark Twain Project Publications

The Devil's Race-Track: Mark Twain's Great Dark Writings. The Best from "Which Was the Dream?" and "Fables of Man".
Edited by John S. Tuckey. 1980.

Union Catalog of Clemens Letters.
Edited by Paul Machlis. Printed text and microfiche supplement. 1986.

Union Catalog of Letters to Clemens.
Edited by Paul Machlis, with the assistance of Deborah Ann Turner. Printed text and microfiche supplement. 1992.

Mark Twain at Large: His Travels Here and Abroad.
Sixty-page catalog for the 1998 exhibition sponsored by the Mark Twain Papers of The Bancroft Library. Curators Lin Salamo, Harriet Elinor Smith, and Robert Pack Browning; designer Mary Scott. Winner of the Katherine K. Leab and Daniel J. Leab American Book Prices Current Exhibition Catalogue Award for 2000. To order the Mark Twain at Large catalog click here.

Microfilm Editions

Microfilm Edition of Mark Twain's Manuscript Letters Now in the Mark Twain Papers, The Bancroft Library University of California, Berkeley. The texts reproduced here include holograph manuscripts as well as dictated manuscripts, in the hand of an amanuensis, for both published and heretofore unpublished letters by Mark Twain or members of his immediate family. Originals of the letters included here are held by the Mark Twain Papers.
ISBN: 1-893663-10-8

Microfilm Edition of Mark Twain's Literary Manuscripts Available in the Mark Twain Papers, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. The texts reproduced here include holograph manuscripts as well as dictated manuscripts, in the hand of an amanuensis, for both published and heretofore unpublished manuscripts by Mark Twain or members of his immediate family.
ISBN: 1-893663-11-6

Microfilm Edition of Mark Twain's Previously Unpublished Letters. The texts published here include transcriptions of holograph manuscripts as well as dictated manuscripts, in the hand of an amanuensis, for heretofore unpublished letters by Mark Twain.
ISBN: 1-893663-12-4

The set of three editions is on sale for $50,000. To order, contact the Mark Twain Project at mtp@library.berkeley.edu.









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