1. Once by the Mississippi: Mark Twain and the Literary Iconography of America
  2. Horst H. Kruse
  3. pp. 1-13
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  1. Beneath Mark Twain: Detecting Sensational Residues in Twain’s Early Writing
  2. Jarrod Roark
  3. pp. 14-29
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  1. Twice-Told Tales: Aunt Sally Phelps and the “Evasion” in Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
  2. Linda A. Morris
  3. pp. 30-45
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  1. No Evading the Jokes: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain, and Male Friendship Across Racial and Class Lines
  2. Sharon D. McCoy
  3. pp. 46-69
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  1. The N-Word in Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Reconsidered
  2. David E. E. Sloane
  3. pp. 70-82
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  1. An Analysis of Mark Twain’s Use of Racial Terms When Describing African Americans
  2. Angela Tharp, David E. E. Sloane
  3. pp. 83-93
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  1. Uncovering the French: On the Roots and Uses of Twain’s Antipathy
  2. Paula Harrington, Ronald Jenn
  3. pp. 94-112
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  1. From Sam Clemens to Mark Twain: Sanitizing the Western Experience
  2. Carolyn Grattan Eichin
  3. pp. 113-135
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  1. Clemens and the Campbellites
  2. Gary Scharnhorst
  3. pp. 136-142
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  1. Autobiography of Mark Twain, Volume 2 by Mark Twain ed. by Benjamin Griffin and Harriet Elinor Smith (review)
  2. Steve Courtney
  3. pp. 143-147
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  1. Mark Twain in Washington, D.C.: The Adventures of a Capital Correspondent by John Muller (review)
  2. Lawrence Howe
  3. pp. 147-150
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  1. Editor’s Re: Marks
  2. Chad Rohman
  3. pp. v-vii
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 151-153
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