Mark Twain Articles 3. 1871 - 1878

M a r k  T w a i n     III. 1871 - 1890

1890


A Majestic Literary Fossil

Harper's Monthly/February, 1890


Reply to a Request for His Autograph

Critic/February 8, 1890

1871


The Portrait

The Galaxy/January, 1871


The Facts in the Case of George Fisher, Deceased

The Galaxy/January, 1871


(Untitled)

The Galaxy/January, 1871


Concerning a Rumor

The Galaxy/January, 1871


"Doggerel"

The Galaxy/January, 1871


A Sad, Sad Business
The Galaxy/January, 1871

Goldsmith's Friend Abroad Again
The Galaxy/January, 1871

Mean People
The Galaxy/January, 1871

The Coming Man
The Galaxy/February, 1871


A Book Review
The Galaxy/February, 1871

The Danger of Lying in Bed
The Galaxy/February, 1871

One of Mankind's Bores
The Galaxy/February, 1871

A Falsehood

The Galaxy/February, 1871


The Indignity Put Upon ​the Remains of George Holland by the Rev. Mr. Sabine
The Galaxy/February, 1871


The Tone-Imparting Committee
The Galaxy/February, 1871

My First Literary Venture
The Galaxy/April, 1871

About a Remarkable Stranger
The Galaxy/April, 1871

About Barbers
The Galaxy/August, 1871


1872


Appeal for Capt. Ned Wakeman
Daily Alta California/December 14, 1872

1875


Old Times on the Mississippi (I.)
The Atlantic/January, 1875

Old Times on the Mississippi (II.)

A "Cub" Pilot's Experience;

or, Learning the River​
The Atlantic/February, 1875


Old Times on the Mississippi (III.)

The Continued Perplexities of "Cub" Piloting

The Atlantic/March, 1875


Old Times on the Mississippi (IV.)

The "Cub" Pilot's Education Nearly Completed

The Atlantic/April, 1875


Old Times on the Mississippi (V.)

Soundings. Faculties Peculiarly

Necessary to a Pilot

The Atlantic/May, 1875


1877

Some Rambling Notes of an Idle Excursion
Atlantic Monthly/October, 1877


1878


About Magnanimous Incident Literature
The Atlantic/May, 1878

Some Rambling Notes of an Idle Excursion
The Atlantic/January, 1878


1879


A Presidential Candidate

New York Evening Post/June 9, 1879