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01:04 — Innocents Abroad was a subscription book. It made Mark Twain the most well sold writer in the world.
00:32 — Arthur Miller talks about how Twain always included himself in all his human ridicule.
00:58 — Hal Holbrook discusses how Twain's writing makes him feel, and the empathy of Twain's writing.
00:42 — Every reporter wanted a quote from Twain on every event. He became the sage of the country.
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- Premiered: January 16, 2002
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: Conclusion of Ken Burns' biography of the author William Dean Howells called “the Lincoln of our letters.” Keith David narrates. (more)