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The work they did together was considerable, covering in detail the story of the Grant publishing venture.

Clemens may have planned other chapters of a personal sort, but, unaccustomed to dictation, he found the work tedious, with a result, as it seemed to him, unsatisfactory.

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Also, as early as 1870 he had jotted down an occasional reminiscent chapter, for possible publication, though apparently with no idea of a continuous narrative. General Grant's own difficulties in setting down his memories suggested prompt action.

Five years later, in Florence, where he had taken Mrs.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.A number of important things happened to Mark Twain during the next dozen years, among them his business failure, which left him with a load of debt, dependent entirely upon authorship and the lecture platform for rehabilitation and support.The story of his splendid victory, the payment to the last dollar of his indebtedness, has been widely told.

Five years later, in Florence, where he had taken Mrs.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.A number of important things happened to Mark Twain during the next dozen years, among them his business failure, which left him with a load of debt, dependent entirely upon authorship and the lecture platform for rehabilitation and support.The story of his splendid victory, the payment to the last dollar of his indebtedness, has been widely told.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.