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The Gilded Age - Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner
The Gilded Age
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Note to Adobe eBook Customers: The Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader version is printable, but there is a known problem printing to printers that do not use the PostScript page description language. This problem occurs with some HP LaserJet, Epson Stylus inkjet, and Epson impact printers. Consult your... show more
Note to Adobe eBook Customers: The Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader version is printable, but there is a known problem printing to printers that do not use the PostScript page description language. This problem occurs with some HP LaserJet, Epson Stylus inkjet, and Epson impact printers. Consult your printer’s documentation to find out if it is PostScript compatible. This does not affect your ability to read the book on screen. The Gilded Age, which Twain wrote in collaboration with Charles Dudley Warner, is a romantic story set in the time of Ulysses S. Grant’s presidency which is highly critical of his administration. Though some of the characters are memorable, this novel never reached the level of popularity or critical acclaim of Twain’s other fiction.Twain’s portion of the novel was later published separately and some play adaptations were based on his character Colonel Sellers. Although the book was not particularly well-received, its title provided the name by which the post-Civil War boom era in American history is still known.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780812973563 (0812973569)
Publisher: Modern Library
Pages no: 528
Edition language: English
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