I attempted to make a recording of "Death of Jean" but I was unable to 
finish the reading.  I guess it hit me pretty hard.  My recording is 
buried away in my You Tube collection.

On 1/28/24 12:37, Dave Davis wrote:
> Jean was away a lot.
> The supreme tragedy of those final weeks in 1909 was that she was finally
> back in the household, a poignancy he rendered (possibly over to bathos) in
> the 'Death of Jean' chapter.
> On Sun, Jan 28, 2024 at 3:23 PM Scott Holmes<[log in to unmask]>  wrote:
>> The other night my wife put on a film I was unaware of, an adaptation of
>> Dorothy Quick's book of the same name - Mark Twain and Me.  I rather
>> enjoyed it and was pleasantly surprised at the film makers treatment of
>> Jean.  Jean is rarely mentioned in biographies but I think she was my
>> favorite of his daughters. Unfortunately, Dorothy notes in her book that
>> she had never met Jean.
>> --
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