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George V. Bobrinskoy discusses Mark Twain's popularity in Russia ; part 2

BROADCAST: Apr. 20, 1959 | DURATION: 00:26:18

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After reading Twain's books, Bobrinskoy believed that all Russian boys, Bobrinkskoy included, at one point or another, thought about running away to America. Twains' books depicted lives filled with adventure in the United States. Bobrinskoy's final thought was that Mark Twain was the greatest American writer.