MARK TWAIN'S MISSISSIPPI RIVER: An Illustrated Chronicle of the Big River in Samuel Clemens's Life and Works
Explores the Mississippi River landscape as Mark Twain knew it and portrayed it in his most famous writings. Illustrated with historic paintings and postcards, photographs of present-day river towns, and sketches from early editions of Twain's works, it's an essential window into the environ that defined a great American author.
Size: 11½x8¾ inches
Item #: 5749417
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