A Long-Lost Mark Twain Fairy Tale Is Now a Children’s Book

A Long-Lost Mark Twain Fairy Tale Is Now a Children’s Book

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Mark Twain was famous for his stinging wit, but he also had a softer side. The author was the father of two daughters, Clara and Susy Clemens, and every night, he told them a bedtime story. Twain never published any of these fairy tales, but he did outline one, and called the 16-page work “Oleomargarine.”…


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