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POSSIBLE CLUES FOR "MARKTWAIN"
# Clue
1. Sam Clemens
2. He wrote about a jumping frog
3. Author who wore "a warm knit"?
4. Becky Thatcher's creator
5. Frank Delano Roosevelt's phrase "New Deal" came from a book by
6. "I respect a man who knows how to spell a word more than one way"
7. Injun Joe's creator
8. Poser of the question
9. Humorist who wrote the off-color satire "1601"
10. Cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education
11. It is easier to stay out than get out
12. His pen name is a steamboat call
13. Author of the short story
14. The Innocents Abroad author
15. Pseudonym that means "two fathoms"
16. Literary name meaning "two fathoms deep"
17. Writer who inspired Faulkner
18. Frank Delano Roosevelt's phrase "New Dealâ€‌ came from a book by …
19. I respect a man who knows how to spell a word more than one way
20. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court author
21. Reports of my death...
22. Hannibal lecturer
23. He came and went with Halley's Comet
24. "It is easier to stay out than get out"
25. "Pudd'nhead Wilson" author
26. "Reports of my death..."
27. "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" author: 2 wds.
28. "The Innocents Abroad" author
29. "The secret of getting ahead is getting started" speaker
30. 'A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court' author
31. 'Pudd'nhead Wilson' author
32. American author who published his first short story at age 30
33. Author of the 1883 memoir "Life on the Mississippi": 2 wds.
34. Frank Delano Roosevelt's phrase 'New Deal' came from a book by...
35. Tom Sawyer's creator
36. Whom an American humor prize is named for
37. Writer who wryly alerted his fans in 1897 that reports of his death were "an exaggeration"; he lived another 13 years
38. Gibbs of "The Jeffersons"
39. Calcium-rich soil
40. Seller's profit margin
41. Brownish red
42. Clayey earth.
43. Pudd'nhead Wilson author
44. Associate of Bret Harte