Much of the content isn't Twain -- the book is interrupted with endless extended footnotes and chapter introductions by the editors.
The opening "acknowledgments" section itself goes on forever.
Lots of gaseous and extremely conventional characterization as compared with direct historical content & contextual analysis.
His voice is that of an old man, with rather more of an accent that I'd expect. A ponderous text becomes more ponderous.
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