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New from The Atlantic Books: The Mark Twain Collection

An exclusive collection of Twain's pieces for The Atlantic Monthly marks the debut release in a new series featuring classic voices from the magazine.

One winter day in 1869, Mark Twain took the stairs to the second floor of a building near Boston Common and introduced himself to the editors of , including William Dean Howells. The meeting would change both

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