Quotations from the Project Gutenberg Editions of the Works of Mark Twain

By Mark Twain

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...QUOTATIONS FROM THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EDITON
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...How I Edited an Agricultural Paper
The Petrified Man
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... Punch, Brothers, Punch
The Great Revolution in Pitcairn
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... William Dean Howells
English as She Is Taught
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...The Art of Lying
Goldsmith's Friend Abroad Again
How to Tell a Story and Other Stories
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... Dinner to Whitelaw Reid
Rogers and Railroads
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... The St. Louis Harbor-boat "Mark Twain"
Seventieth Birthday
Mark Twain's...

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...that blushes--or needs to
Meddling philanthropists
Melt a brass door-knob and weather which will only make it...

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...Hochberghaus. It is in Bohemia, a short
day's journey from Vienna, and being in the...

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...a pang of
conscience in it, but is silky and smooth and undulating and pious--a
cake-walk with...

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...these things is acquirable in only one way; not two or four
or six [years]--absorption; years...

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...a noble old house, and stretches a long way back into antiquity.
The earliest ancestor the...

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...cheaper than soap
Fun--but of a mild type
Getting rich very deliberately--very deliberately indeed
Guides
Have a prodigious quantity...

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...the signal for the St Bartholomew's Massacre
Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness
Uncomplaining impoliteness
Under...

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...weight of dignity to carry
Imagination to help his memory
Invariably advised to settle--no matter how, but...

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...and I commit no profanation if I laugh at theirs. I may scoff at
other...

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...by Mark Twain [MT#43][mtrid10.txt]3182

Straight roads reveal everything at a glance and...

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...was well along in the forenoon of a bitter winter's day. The town of
Eastport,...

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...kind of like her after a fashion, notwithstanding she
was such an ass and said such...

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... McWilliams that I had had enough of that
kind of pie; so with her full...

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...too
Humor enlivens and enlightens his morality
I shall never be as dead again as I was...

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...the
whys and the wherefores and the consistencies of it--I haven't got time."

Albert Bigelow Paine, Mark...

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...but had thrown that form aside because the result was not
satisfactory. It had seemed...

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...to please about things she
doesn't know anything about. Yours ever, MARK.

This is the...

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...can lie so. It comes of practice, no doubt
If this is going to be...

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...say sarcastic things about my "fighting on the other
side." General Grant did not act...