What Cannot Be Written

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  1. Joseph Hutchison
    Joseph Hutchison January 7, 2011 at 3:04 pm .

    One thing I love about Twain is that you can't "speed read" him. His sentences and paragraphs meander, as any good story-teller's do; the details accumulate, their significance hinted at but not revealed until the end of the wandering. There is one surprise after another, even in his most straightforward sketches. You'll love it! And you can hug that book as sight as you

  2. Ed Baker
    Ed Baker January 7, 2011 at 1:14 pm .

    my copy just here … yesterday.. WOW!<br /><br />and the way &quot;they&quot; put this together the way Twain &quot;put-it-togethr&quot;<br /><br /> WOWOW! <br /><br />http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/07/books/07huck.html?_r=1&amp;ref=arts<br /><br />and, I am just into about 11 pages of the Introduction !<br /><br />I sure am glad that this is NOT a paperback, POD &

  3. Ed Baker
    Ed Baker January 3, 2011 at 8:26 pm .

    I was jus chit-chattin with someboddhi yes<br />terday re: biographies &amp; I wuz of the sane (same) opinion as Samuel F.B. Clemmens<br /><br />I think I&#39;ll skip today&#39;s writing of another book and read this one…<br /><br />I been thinking about getting/buying his autobio …<br />now I just did… and payed FULL PRICE!<br /><br />just a mere &quot;wee little part&quot; ( I am) in the

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