1. Mark Twain, White Elephants, and Siamese Twins: Humor and Liminality
  2. Peter Messent
  3. pp. 1-9
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  1. A Trying Five Years: The 1870s Reception of Roughing It, The Gilded Age, and Sketches New and Old
  2. James L. Machor
  3. pp. 10-28
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  1. Dog’s Best Friend?: Vivisecting the “Animal” in Mark Twain’s “A Dog’s Tale”
  2. Matthew Guzman
  3. pp. 29-42
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  1. On the Theme of Mark Twain’s Personal Recollections ofJoan of Arc
  2. David Foster
  3. pp. 43-62
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  1. “Young” Walter F. Brown: Before, During, and After A Tramp Abroad
  2. Alex Brink Effgen
  3. pp. 63-77
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  1. The Neoclassical Twain: The Zombie Economics of Col. Sellers
  2. Matt Seybold
  3. pp. 78-90
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  1. Imagining Boundaries: Visualizing Space in Mark Twain’s Following the Equator
  2. Debra Cochran
  3. pp. 91-114
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  1. Concentric Failures: Melville, Twain, and Shifting Centers
  2. Leonard Martinez
  3. pp. 115-129
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  1. Poetry, Prosody, Parody: Mark Twain’s Rhythmic Thought
  2. Greg Sevik
  3. pp. 130-148
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  1. (Not) Wanted Dead or Alive: Mark Twain’s Literary Autopsy of “Jim’s Ghost Story”
  2. Ann M. Ryan
  3. pp. 149-166
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  1. Another “True Story” About Quarry Farm
  2. Harold K. Bush
  3. pp. 176-183
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  1. Quarry Farm and the Afterlife
  2. Steve Webb
  3. pp. 184-190
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  1. Shooting Fish in a Barrel: My Visit to Quarry Farm
  2. Henry B. Wonham
  3. pp. 191-194
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  1. Privacy and Society in a Manner Conjoined
  2. Kerry Driscoll
  3. pp. 195-197
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  1. Mark Twain on Potholes and Politics: Letters to the Editor by Mark Twain (review)
  2. Garrett Morrison
  3. pp. 198-201
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  1. Mark Twain: The Gift of Humor by Harold H. Kolb, Jr (review)
  2. Tracy Wuster
  3. pp. 201-204
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  1. A Family Sketch, and Other Private Writings by Mark Twain etal. (review)
  2. Barbara Snedecor
  3. pp. 205-208
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  1. Huck Finn’s America by Andrew Levy (review)
  2. Ann M. Ryan
  3. pp. 208-211
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  1. Editor’s Re: Marks
  2. Chad Rohman
  3. pp. v-viii
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  1. The Introduction of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer to the Students of Independent University, Bangladesh, to Develop Their Reading Habit
  2. Saara Zabeen
  3. pp. 167-175
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