Editorial Wild Oats

By Mark Twain

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...Editorial Wild Oats

BY

Mark Twain

ILLUSTRATED

NEW YORK AND LONDON
HARPER & BROTHERS
PUBLISHERS--MCMV




Copyright, 1875, 1899, 1903, by SAMUEL L....

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...concluded he wouldn't. The village was full of it
for several days, but Higgins did not...

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...he simply pulled my ears and went away; but he threw up his
situation that night...

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...costume about 1848. He was
smoking a cigar, and trying to think of a word, and...

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...marred the symmetry of my ear.

"Ah," said he, "that is that scoundrel Smith, of the...

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...a jail and a
poor-house more. The idea of a pavement in a one-horse...

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...up-town. He then inquired the way to the undertaker's and
left.

The chief turned to me and...

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...write to suit you after a while; as soon as I had had some
practice and...

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...or taking off his faded
ruin of a slouch hat, whose broken rim hung limp and...

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..._oughtn't_ to have no chance, anyway, I'm most rotten
certain 'bout that."

"What is your name?"

"Nicodemus Dodge."

"I...

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...He had a noble
new skeleton--the skeleton of the late and only local celebrity,
Jimmy Finn, the...

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...with the exception only of a short interval
in the spring of 1850, during...

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...receive his communication at such a late
hour; but no, his snuffling distress touched my heart,...

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...into
unspeakable grief, and caused him to come up here at dead of night
and stop our...

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...place.

The sensation of being at work again was luxurious, and I wrought
all the week with...

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...you wrote
it?"

"Think of it? Why, I think it is good. I think it is sense....

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... August.

"Concerning the pumpkin.--This berry is a favorite with the
natives of...

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...recommended you to, I might have
had a chance to get my hand in; but you...

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...cabbage, you son of a
cauliflower? It's the first time I ever heard such an unfeeling
remark....

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...only true and reliable account ever published; taken from
the "Roman Daily...

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...was an election row, of
course. Nine-tenths of the ghastly butcheries that disgrace the
...

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...for his perusal. Mr. Decius Brutus
also said something about an 'humble suit' which...

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...Caesar rebuked him for his fawning conduct, and
refused to grant his petition. Immediately,...

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...shown before on many a bloody field. Billy Trebonius and
Caius Legarius struck him...