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    The Diaries of Adam and Eve

    by Mark Twain

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    An American legend rewrites a remarkably contemporary Adam and Eve. In tackling the first three chapters of Genesis, Twain creates a story of The First Couple who are psychologically familiar to even 21st Century Americans. He wrote the Diaries as a tribute to his own marriage, so they are also his most heartfelt and personal work. Between 1893 and 1906, he attempted six versions; only these satisfied him and were published in his lifetime. This expanded edition is ? beautifully illustrated ? faithful to Twain's final rewrites ? faithful to Twain's wish that the two tales be "bound together" ? and includes passages published for the first time.

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