Sixty-Seventh Birthday

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When prompted to give a speech at his sixty-seventh birthday party, Mark Twain was at no loss for wit. Several notable individuals proceeded him, heaping compliments upon him, so Twain began his speech by saying, “You cannot talk on compliments; that is not a text. No modest person, and I was born one, can talk on compliments.” So instead, he proceeded to give compliments back to his notable friends who were in attendance. Readers will be caught up in the heartfelt words of Twain’s speech as he shares anecdotes from his youth and career, picturing his cheery smile as he said, “it is comfortable to reflect.”