restricted access   Volume 11, 2013

Table of Contents

Editor’s Re: Marks

pp. v-vi

Critical Essays

“There’s Millions in It!”: The Gilded Age and the Economy of Satire

pp. 1-21

Mark Twain, Nietzsche, and Terrible Truths That Can Set Us Free

pp. 22-41

The Mark Twain and Robert Ingersoll Connection: Freethought, Borrowed Thought, Stolen Thought

pp. 42-61

Mark Twain, Memory, and the Failures of Historicism

pp. 62-76

Mark Twain’s Defense of Virtue from the Offense of English Literature: Matthew Arnold and Percy Shelley

pp. 77-95

The Naming of a Slave: Roxy’s Power in Mark Twain’s Pudd’nhead Wilson

pp. 96-108


Unveiling Mark Twain’s “Family Sketch”

pp. 109-112

A True Story, Repeated Word for Word as I Lived It

pp. 113-117

Rediscovering Twain: Beyond Huck Finn and the Tall Tale

pp. 118-120

Mark Twain’s “The Treaty with China”: Precursor with a Punch

pp. 121-122

The Treaty with China: Its Provisions Explained

pp. 123-138


Mark Twain’s Homes and Literary Tourism by Hilary Iris Lowe (review)

pp. 139-142

Scribblin’ for a Livin’: Mark Twain’s Pivotal Period in Buffalo by Thomas J. Reigstad (review)

pp. 142-144

Dear Mark Twain: Letters from His Readers by R. Kent Rasmussen (review)

pp. 145-147

Twain’s Brand: Humor in Contemporary American Culture by Judith Yaross Lee (review)

pp. 147-150


pp. 151-153