When Mark Twain is named an honorary member of a 'poultry society' he returns the honor with a humorous description of why he is perfectly qualified to be a member since he in fact 'raised' poultry in his time. Perhaps what Twain thought of his skills may have been less acceptable to the society. On the other hand maybe this is why Twain has always been so honored. Narrated by Glenn Hascall.
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