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The Mark Twain Anthology : Great Writers On His Life And Works (2010, original release: 2010)
Series: Library of America #199

Call Number 818.409/TWAIN,M/MAR

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Published: New York, N.Y. : Library Classics of the United States, Inc. : Distributed to the trade by Putnam Group, [2010] ©2010
Series: Library of America
Description:  xxvi, 492 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 1598530658, 9781598530650,
Language:  English

Brings together the words of over 60 writers, from Twain's earliest reviews to today, probing the many facets of his incomparable humor, his revolutionary use of vernacular language, his exploration of the realities of American life, and his fearless opposition to the injustices and outrages of an imperialistic age

Twain Matters: A Sampler -- New Books (1869) / Memoranda: An Entertaining Article (1870) / Les Humoristes Américains: Mark Twain (The American Humorists: Mark Twain) (1872) / Mark Twain: Ein Amerikanischer "Humorist" (Mark Twain: An American "Humorist") (1880) / Mark Twain (1897) / Mark Twain on the Mississippi (1883) / Escenas Norteamericanas (North American Scenes) (1884, 1890) / Mark Twain (1884) / Henry Gauthier-Villars -- Mark Twain's Latest (1890) / An Interview with Mark Twain (1890) / On the Art of Mark Twain (1891) / Mark Twain in Paris (1894) / Mark Twain: An Inquiry (1901) / Prólogo: Mark Twain, Cuentos Escogidos ( Prologue to Mark Twain: Selected Tales) (1903) / L'Umorismo Americano: Mark Twain (American Humor: Mark Twain) (1905) / Letter to Samuel L. Clemens (1907) / Books Bound in Red (1910) / Mark Twain (1910) / Mark Twain as Our Emissary (1910) / Mark Twain (1910) / Mark Twain (1910) / Mark Twain Protests (1916) / Mark Twain (1919) / H. L. Mencken -- Sholem Aleichem and Mark Twain: Notes on the Eighth Anniversary of Sholem Aleichem's Death (1924) / Our Mark Twain (1929) / A Short Introduction to "Eve's Diary" (1931) / Una Vindicación de Mark Twain (A Vindication of Mark Twain) (1935) / Mark the Double Twain (1935) / Negro in American Fiction (1937) / My Debt to Mark Twain (1937) / Mark Twain - the Licensed Jester (1943) / Introduction to The Portable Mark Twain (1946) / from from from from from from from from from from from from from from from

Come Back to the Raft Ag'in, Huck Honey! (1948) / Introduction to Huckleberry Finn (1950) / Huck and Oliver (1953) / Twentieth-Century Fiction and the Black Mask of Humanity (1953) / Yarn-Spinner in the American Vein (1957) / Twain in the Slums (1959) / Mark Twain on the Bed of Procrustes (1959) / Question Is Significantly More Profound: A Letter to Charles Neider (1960) / Mark Twain: Exposer of the "Dollar Empire" (1960) / Mark Twain and Sholem Aleichem (1963) / Mark Twain in America (1963) / From An American Traveler's Dreams - Huckleberry Finn Who Goes to Hell (1966) / True Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1970) / Last Laugh (1978) / Huck Finn, Alive at 100 (1984) / I Been There Before (1985) / Chuck Amuck: The Life and Times of an Animated Cartoonist (1989) / Introduction to How to Tell a Story and Other Essays (1996) / Introduction to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1996) / Introduction to Mark Twain's Speeches (1996) / Introduction to 1601 and Is Shakespeare Dead?: "Deliberate Lewdness" and the Lure of Immortality (1996) / Introduction to The Diaries of Adam and Eve: Reading Young, Reading Old (1996) / Introduction to Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1996) / Introduction to Following the Equator and Anti-Imperialist Essays (1996) / Some Comments on Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court by Kurt Vonnegut at the Age of Seventy-Two (1996) / What's Up with Mad Mark Twain? (1996) / Callus on My Soul (with Shelia P. Moss) (2000) / What Hath Happened to "The War-Prayer"? (2006) / Is He Alive? (2008) / Money as an American Character and the Legacy of Permission: Or How Mark Twain Taught Me That It Was Okay to Talk About Money (2009) / America's Original Superstar (2008) / from from from from from from from from from

David Ross Locke -- Mark Twain -- Thérèse Bentzon -- Eduard Engel -- Eduard Engel -- Lafcadio Hearn -- José Martí -- Hamlin Garland -- Rudyard Kipling -- Andrew Lang -- Theodor Herzl -- William Dean Howells -- Ángel Guerra -- Livia Bruni -- George Bernard Shaw -- Marina Tsvetaeva -- Johannes V. Jensen -- George Ade -- G. K. Chesterton -- Jesús Castellanos -- George Soule -- Maks Erik -- Helen Keller -- Lu Xun -- Jorge Luis Borges -- Theodore Dreiser -- Sterling Brown -- Grant Wood -- George Orwell -- Bernard DeVoto --

Leslie Fiedler -- T. S. Eliot -- W. H. Auden -- Ralph Ellison -- Wallace Stegner -- Mike Gold -- Yan Bereznitsky -- Yan Bereznitsky -- Lao She -- Edward Field -- Abel Startsev -- Kenzaburo Oe -- John Seelye -- Robert Penn Warren -- Norman Mailer -- David Carkeet -- Chuck Jones -- David Bradley -- E. L. Doctorow -- Hal Holbrook -- Erica Jong -- Ursula K. Le Guin -- Toni Morrison -- Gore Vidal -- Kurt Vonnegut -- Ralph Wiley -- Dick Gregory -- Ron Powers -- Michael Blakemore -- Min Jin Lee -- Roy Blount Jr

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