The Mark Twain Memoir to be Released 100 Years After His Death

 - May 26, 2010
References: independent & perezhilton
The Mark Twain memoir, which the author specifically barred from being published until 100 years after his death, is set to be exposed. The legendary American author supposedly left instructions upon his death to lock away the memoir he spent years of his life writing, until the 100th anniversary of his death.

I guess that's one way of ensuring your popularity never wanes. The century-long anticipation will finally be over when the vault at the University of California, where the manuscript is being held, is opened and the Mark Twain memoir released at last.