July 15, 2013
Introducing The Mark Twain Collection, Our New Ebook

One winter day in 1869, Mark Twain took the stairs to the second floor of a building near Boston Common and introduced himself to the editors of The Atlantic Monthly. The meeting would change both Twain and the magazine, and begin a friendship between editor and author that would become one of America’s most important literary collaborations.
The pieces collected in our new ebook, The Mark Twain Collection, are the fruits of that partnership. Twain wrote for The Atlantic from 1874 to 1880, publishing essays, recollections, short stories, and even the memoir Old Times on the Mississippi which appeared in seven installments beginning in 1875 and was later released as the book Life on the Mississippi.
Learn more.

We’re thrilled to announce this new ebook series, which will spotlight some of the most-celebrated writers who have appeared in The Atlantic since the magazine’s founding in 1857. These exclusive collections will feature the work of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and John Muir, among others who’ve been delighting readers for generations.

Introducing The Mark Twain Collection, Our New Ebook

One winter day in 1869, Mark Twain took the stairs to the second floor of a building near Boston Common and introduced himself to the editors of The Atlantic Monthly. The meeting would change both Twain and the magazine, and begin a friendship between editor and author that would become one of America’s most important literary collaborations.

The pieces collected in our new ebook, The Mark Twain Collection, are the fruits of that partnership. Twain wrote for The Atlantic from 1874 to 1880, publishing essays, recollections, short stories, and even the memoir Old Times on the Mississippi which appeared in seven installments beginning in 1875 and was later released as the book Life on the Mississippi.

Learn more.

We’re thrilled to announce this new ebook series, which will spotlight some of the most-celebrated writers who have appeared in The Atlantic since the magazine’s founding in 1857. These exclusive collections will feature the work of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and John Muir, among others who’ve been delighting readers for generations.

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