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There was daylight, too, but it was north light and the winter days were dull, the walls of the room a deep, unreflecting red.
His bed was a vast carved antique affair, its outlines blending into the luxuriant background.
Title: Mark Twain's Autobiography (In 2 volumes - Volume 1) * A Project Gutenberg of Australia e Book * Author: Mark Twain e Book No.: 0200551Edition: 1 Language: English Character set encoding: HTML Date first posted: August 2002 Date most recently updated: August 2002 This e Book was produced by: Don Lainson [email protected] notes: Nil Project Gutenberg of Australia e Books are created from printed editions which are in the public domain in Australia, unless a copyright notice is included.
It had been agreed that I should bring a stenographer, to whom he would dictate notes for my use, but a subsequent inspiration prompted him to suggest that he might in this way continue his autobiography, from which I would be at liberty to draw material for my own undertaking.
Her death and his return to America followed, and there was an interval of another two years before the autobiographical chapters were again resumed.
It was in January, 1906, that the present writer became associated with Mark Twain as his biographer.
Often he did not know until the moment of beginning what was to be his subject for the day; then he was likely to go drifting among his memories in a quite irresponsible fashion, the fashion of table conversation, as he said, the methodless method of the human mind.
He had concluded that this was the proper way to write autobiography, or, as he best conveys it in his own introductory note: Start at no particular time of your life; wander at your free will all over your life; talk only about the things which interest you for the moment; drop it the moment its interest threatens to pale, and turn your talk upon the new and more interesting thing that has intruded itself into your mind meantime.