Studio recordings of the best monologues from Richard Henzel's one man play Mark Twain in Person.
Selections include the familiar and the rarely heard excerpts from Mark Twain's writings, speeches, and private remarks, mixed with improvisational moments as well. Includes: "My Platonic Sweetheart", Mark Twain's dreamland romance, adapted from the short story; "A Cub Pilot's Lesson", about learning to trust one's knowledge, from Life on the Mississippi; "Spring Fever", in which Huck waxes poetic, from Tom Sawyer; "Huck Saves Jim", about Huckleberry Finn's moral dilemma, from The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn; "Was the World Made for Man?", which asks, "Is man the landlord...or the steward?" from the essay of the same title; "Sunrise on the Mississippi", an unforgettable sight, from Life on the Mississippi.
Public Domain (P)2003 Richard Henzel
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