Mark Twain and Orion Clemens: Brothers, Partners, Strangers
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Mark Twain and Orion Clemens: Brothers, Partners, Strangers

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In a compelling way; Philip Fanning traces the fraternal relationship of Orion and Samuel Clemens from its beginning in Hannibal, Missouri, in the 1830s to Orion's death in Iowa in 1897. He demonstrates that Orion's influence on the writer known as Mark Twain was profound, pervasive, and prolonged. In some respects, Samuel defined himself against Orion's formidable backgro...more
Paperback, 296 pages
Published January 28th 2006 by Fire Ant Books (first published February 5th 2003)
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