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The Autobiography of Mark Twain is as famous for its fictional qualities as for its lively writing style. This is one of the reasons the work — which exists in three distinct and competing versions — has lived on for generations and inspired much debate. This entry studies the 1959 version, edited and arranged by Charles Neider and available in paperback from Perennial Classics.