Twain, Mark, 1835-1910
|PRA Archive #||Title||Description||Genre||Broadcast Date|
|BB3775||Americans / read by Will Geer ; produced by Erik Koniger.||
Readings from Walt Whitman, Mark Twain, and samples of other poets as interpreted by Robert...
|WBAI, 10 May 1967.|
|BB4449.03||An Appreciation of Huckleberry Finn : Mark Twain's style / Alfred Kazin.||
Talk on the powerfully innocent social commentary of Mark Twain.|AN APPRECIATION OF HUCKLEBERRY...
|KPFA, 22 May 1963.|
|BB0922.06||Highlights of American humor / Peter Jones and Donald Ogden Stewart.||
Two talks on Bret Harte, Mark Twain, and other late 19th century humoritst.|HIGHLIGHTS OF...
|KPFA, 19 Oct. 1966.|
|BB0732.23||Mark Twain / produced by Byron Bryant.||
On the author who characterized frontier humor.
|KPFA, 2 Oct. 1959.|
|SZ0678.61||Mark Twain's America / Ken Ritchers interviewed by Bob Franklin||
Series which examines contemporary issues concerning the African-American community, and their...,
Ken Ritchers discusses his portrayal of America's first stand-up comedian, Mark Twain.
|BB1171||Mark Twain's home and haunts / produced by Colin Edwards.||
Mrs. Cyrus Anderson and John Winkler discuss Twain's hometown, Hannibal Missouri, and...
|KPFA, Aug. 1959.|
|IZ0163||The Loves of Alonzo Fitz Clarence and Rosannah Ethelton / by Mark Twain ; read by Katy Keiffer.||
Reading with original music by Jim Theobald.
|WBAI, Dec. 3, 1979.|
|BB0130.08||The Tree of knowledge (Episode 8 of 14)||
On the gradual growth of opportunity for women to attain a secondary education during the early...
|American Women -- Feminism, American Women -- Women's history||KPFA, 31 Dec. 1958|