"William Dean Howells" & "My Mark Twain: Literary Friends and Acquaintances" by TWAIN, Mark and HOWELLS, William Dean

Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) and William Dean Howells were friends for 44 years. Their personal and professional relationship is considered by many to be one of the most important in American literature. Howells published his famous “My Mark Twain” in the same year Clemens died, 1910. A few years earlier, Clemens wrote this “remembrance” and “appreciation” of the man who stuck with him through the ups and downs of his long literary journey. (John Greenman)
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