Mark Twain’s Other Woman

Thursday, April 08, 2010

Preeminent Twain scholar Laura Skandera Trombley, talks about what happened during the years after the death of Mark Twain’s wife and how that time affected him personally and professionally. In Mark Twain’s Other Woman, Trombley draws on sixteen years of research, uncovering never-before-read papers and personal letters, to tell the story of Isabel Lyon, the woman who played an important role in Twain’s life during those final years.

Event: Laura Skandera Trombley will be speaking and signing books
Thursday, April 8, at 7:00 pm
Barnes & Noble, Upper West Side
2289 Broadway at 82nd Street


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Comments [1]

Howard Burkat from Hastings on Hudson, NY

Some of the largely unknown side of Mark Twain in a live performance, until Sunday. It's "The Mark Twain You Don't Know." Richmond Shepard Theater or

Apr. 08 2010 01:22 PM

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