Mark Twain's Autobiography

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In November, the University of California Press is set to publish Mark Twain's autobiography -- one century after the writer's death. We discuss the new volume with a panel of Twain experts.


Robert Hirst, curator and general editor of the Mark Twain Project and Papers at UC Berkeley's Bancroft Library

Jerome Loving, author of "Mark Twain: The Adventures of Samuel L. Clemens" and distinguished professor of English at Texas A&M University

Susan Gillman, professor of literature and American studies at UC Santa Cruz and author of "Dark Twins: Imposture and Identity in Mark Twain's America"