Game board created as a way to help his daughters learn history, but developed into a marketable commodity that he hoped would sweep the country.
Annotated directory of resources with local texts of his writings and sections on biography, criticism and study guides for Huckleberry Finn and other books. Includes a quote finder.
An essay by travel writer Dan K. Phillips on Virginia City and the scenes of Twain's early literary life.
Mark Twain portrait poster, notecard and biographical bookmark with quote, "Loyalty to petrified opinion never broke a chain or freed a human soul."
Accompanying web site for the PBS production. Much background information, including audio, video, interviews and ephemera.
Includes articles, notices, a quotation collection and links to Twain sites.
The Bancroft Library.
A short biography, with links to free summaries and analyses of his books.
Several essays on Twain's works, as well as a set of related links and resources.
Barron's Booknotes summary online for "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and other titles.