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1 VOLUME II, Part 1: 1875-1886 CV. MARK TWAIN AT FORTY  johng 00:13:11 Listen PL OK
2 CVI. HIS FIRST STAGE APPEARANCE  johng 00:05:50 Listen PL OK
3 CVII. HOWELLS, CLEMENS, AND “GEORGE”  johng 00:09:30 Listen PL OK
4 CVIII. SUMMER LABORS AT QUARRY FARM  johng 00:13:20 Listen PL OK
5 CIX. THE PUBLIC APPEARANCE OF “TOM SAWYER”  johng 00:08:22 Listen PL OK
6 CX. MARK TWAIN AND BRET HARTE WRITE A PLAY  johng 00:08:05 Listen PL OK
7 CXI. A BERMUDA HOLIDAY  johng 00:08:19 Listen PL OK
8 CXII. A NEW PLAY AND A NEW TALE  johng 00:07:59 Listen PL OK
9 CXIII. TWO DOMESTIC DRAMAS  johng 00:08:04 Listen PL OK
10 CXIV. THE WHITTIER BIRTHDAY SPEECH  johng 00:18:56 Listen PL OK
11 CXV. HARTFORD AND BILLIARDS  johng 00:11:39 Listen PL OK
12 CXVI. OFF FOR GERMANY  johng 00:06:47 Listen PL OK
13 CXVII. GERMANY AND GERMAN  johng 00:19:18 Listen PL OK
14 CXVIII. TRAMPING WITH TWICHELL  johng 00:17:33 Listen PL OK
15 CXIX. ITALIAN DAYS  johng 00:12:15 Listen PL OK
16 CXX. IN MUNICH  johng 00:08:13 Listen PL OK
17 CXXI. PARIS, ENGLAND, AND HOMEWARD BOUND  johng 00:20:09 Listen PL OK
18 CXXII. AN INTERLUDE  johng 00:06:06 Listen PL OK
19 CXXIII. THE GRANT SPEECH OF 1879  johng 00:15:05 Listen PL OK
20 CXXIV. ANOTHER “ATLANTIC” SPEECH  johng 00:09:53 Listen PL OK
21 CXXV. THE QUIETER THINGS OF HOME  johng 00:08:46 Listen PL OK
22 CXXVI. "A TRAMP ABROAD”  johng 00:17:48 Listen PL OK
23 CXXVII. LETTERS, TALES, AND PLANS  johng 00:15:21 Listen PL OK
24 CXXVIII. MARK TWAIN’s ABSENT-MINDEDNESS  johng 00:08:26 Listen PL OK
25 CXXIX. FURTHER AFFAIRS AT THE FARM  johng 00:11:14 Listen PL OK
26 CXXX. COPYRIGHT AND OTHER FANCIES  johng 00:12:34 Listen PL OK
27 CXXXI. WORKING FOR GARFIELD  johng 00:11:00 Listen PL OK
28 CXXXII. A NEW PUBLISHER  johng 00:06:44 Listen PL OK
29 CXXXIII. THE THREE FIRES—SOME BENEFACTIONS  johng 00:11:18 Listen PL OK
30 CXXXIV. LITERARY PROJECTS AND A MONUMENT TO ADAM  johng 00:10:57 Listen PL OK
31 CXXXV. A TRIP WITH SHERMAN AND AN INTERVIEW WITH GRANT  johng 00:09:44 Listen PL OK
32 CXXXVI. "THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER”  johng 00:09:54 Listen PL OK
33 CXXXVII. CERTAIN ATTACKS AND REPRISALS  johng 00:10:09 Listen PL OK
34 CXXXVIII. MANY UNDERTAKINGS  johng 00:13:39 Past-office Department at Washington (should be POST) Listen PL OK
35 CXXXIX. FINANCIAL AND LITERARY  johng 00:10:54 Listen See PL notes
36 CXL. DOWN THE RIVER  johng 00:17:10 Listen PL OK
37 CXLI. LITERATURE AND PHILOSOPHY  johng 00:10:16 Listen PL OK
38 CXLII. "LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI”  johng 00:06:16 Listen PL OK
39 CXLIII. A GUEST OF ROYALTY  johng 00:04:31 Listen PL OK
40 CXLIV. A SUMMER LITERARY HARVEST  johng 00:13:17 Listen PL OK
41 CXLV. HOWELLS AND CLEMENS WRITE A PLAY  johng Assigned
42 CXLVI. DISTINGUISHED VISITORS  johng Assigned
43 CXLVII. THE FORTUNES OF A PLAY  johng Assigned
44 CXLVIII. CABLE AND HIS GREAT JOKE  johng Assigned
45 CXLIX. MARK TWAIN IN BUSINESS  johng Assigned
46 CL. FARM PICTURES  johng Assigned
47 CLI. MARK TWAIN MUGWUMPS  johng Assigned
48 CLII. PLATFORMING WITH CABLE  johng Assigned
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