The Complete Works of Mark Twain (With commentary, Mark Twain Biography, and Plot Summaries) - Mark Twain

The Complete Works of Mark Twain (With commentary, Mark Twain Biography, and Plot Summaries)

By Mark Twain

  • Release Date: 2011-03-09
  • Genre: Classics
Score: 4
From 139 Ratings


This massage collection contains all the works of Mark Twain, along with commentary, plot summaries of major works, and a short biography about the life and times of Mark Twain. An active table of contents helps you quickly find each work.

Included in this collection:
The Novels of Mark Twain
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Tom Sawyer Abroad
Tom Sawyer, Detective
The American Claimant
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
A Dog’s Tale
The Double Barrelled Detective Story
The Gilded Age: A Tale of Today
A Horse's Tale
The Mysterious Stranger
Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc, Volume 1 and 2
The Prince and the Pauper
Those Extraordinary Twins
The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson

The Short Stories of Mark Twain
Eve’s Diary
The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg and Other Stories
Sketches New and Old
The $30,000 Bequest and Other Stories
Alonzo Fitz and Other Stories
The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County
Extracts From Adam's Diary
Extract from Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven
Goldsmiths Friend Abroad Again
Some Rambling Notes of an Idle Excursion
Facts Concerning The Recent Carnival of Crime in Connecticut
The Stolen White Elephant

Non-Fiction of Mark Twain
Roughing It
The Innocents Abroad
A Tramp Abroad
Following the Equator: A Journey Around the World
Editorial Wild Oats
Is Shakespeare Dead?
Life on the Mississippi
The Private History of a Campaign That Failed

Essays & Sketches of Mark Twain
Christian Science
The Curious Republic of Gondour, and Other Whimsical Sketches
Essays on Paul Bourget
In Defense of Harriet Shelley
How to Tell a Story and other Essays
The Literary Offenses of Fenimore Cooper
What Is Man? And Other Essays


  • Hardly all his works...

    By Origins Media
    Looks to be his complete works from Project Gutenberg. Purporting it's all his works is downright laughable, as some are still in copyright, and others are in the public domain, but not listed on Gutenberg, therefore you will not find them here. Using "complete" is misleading...for those who care. And to Kyle, satisfaction relies on getting what the title claims. If I bought this title to read "Letters from Earth" and it's not in there, then yes, the title is falsely claiming to maintain something in which it cannot produce. Someone, like yourself might be satisfied with being duped and justify it with a claim on the cheap cost. If you want to contribute to ignorant consumerism then sobeit, but I would not buy a car that claims to have air conditioning that after purchasing does not. Yes, it makes complete sense. Publishers need to be held accountable for misleading titles that are designed to line their pockets with your change. Especially Public Domain literature.
  • What?

    By kengel214
    Some people can never be pleased, as you can see. This will be the best purchase you've ever made with the change in your pocket.