Must make us Laugh

Boston Morning Journal

To the Editor.

Mark Twain's greatest misfortune is that he feels compelled to sustain his reputation as a wit, a humorist, a very funny fellow. He must live, and to live he must make people laugh—for that is his profession. It is Mark Twain who writes, not Mr. Clemens.

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