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Albert Bigelow Paine

(1861—1937)


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(1861–1937),

editor, dramatist, biographer, and author of several novels, is best known for his authorized three-volume biography of Mark Twain (1912) and for his editorship of Twain's letters (1917). The title of one of Paine's plays, The Great White Way (1901), gave a familiar nickname to New York City's theatrical district.

Subjects: Literature.


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