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Europe and elsewhere

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Mark Twain

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EUROPE AND ELSEWHERE
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CONTENTS
AN APPRECIATION
INTRODUCTION
A MEMORABLE MIDNIGHT EXPERIENCE (1872)
TWO MARK TWAIN EDITORIALS
THE TEMPERANCE CRUSADE AND WOMAN’S RIGHTS (1873)
O’SHAH
V MARK TWAIN GIVES THE ROYAL PERSIAN A “SEND-OFF”
A WONDERFUL PAIR OF SLIPPERS
AIX, THE PARADISE OF THE RHEUMATICS (Contributed to the New York Sun, 1891)
DOWN THE RHÔNE (1891)
THE LOST NAPOLEON
SOME NATIONAL STUPIDITIES (1891-1892)
THE CHOLERA EPIDEMIC IN HAMBURG (1892)
QUEEN VICTORIA’S JUBILEE (1897)
LETTERS TO SATAN (1897)
A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT FOR OUR
DUELING (Vienna, Austria, 1898)
SKELETON PLAN OF A PROPOSED CASTING VOTE PARTY (1901)
THE UNITED STATES OF LYNCHERDOM (1901)
TO THE PERSON SITTING IN DARKNESS (North American Review, 1901)
TO MY MISSIONARY CRITICS (North American Review, 1901)
THOMAS BRACKETT REED
THE FINISHED BOOK (On Finishing Joan of Arc)
AS REGARDS PATRIOTISM (About 1900)
DR. LOEB’S INCREDIBLE DISCOVERY
THE DERVISH AND THE OFFENSIVE STRANGER
INSTRUCTIONS IN ART (With Illustrations by the Author)
SOLD TO SATAN (1904)
THAT DAY IN EDEN (Passage from Satan’s Diary)
EVE SPEAKS
SAMUEL ERASMUS MOFFETT AUGUST 16, 1908
THE NEW PLANET
MARJORIE FLEMING, THE WONDER CHILD
ADAM’S SOLILOQUY
BIBLE TEACHING AND RELIGIOUS PRACTICE
THE WAR PRAYER (Dictated 1904-05)
CORN-PONE OPINIONS (Written in 1900)

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