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Author Roy Morris argues in his new book that the three years Mark Twain spent in Nevada, as a failed miner and a newspaper reporter, helped make him the writer he became. We talk with Morris about the years Twain spent in Virginia City and Carson City.

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Roy Morris, Jr., Author

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