1. My Life with Mark Twain: Chapter One—Hinduism
  2. Susan K. Harris
  3. pp. 1-21
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  1. Mark Twain's India: The Private-Public Divide in Following the Equator
  2. Seema Sharma
  3. pp. 22-37
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  1. "Paying the Shot": Hank Morgan's Miller-Gun and Monetary Policy in Camelot
  2. Henry B. Wonham
  3. pp. 38-59
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  1. "The Same Old Mud": Mark Twain's Transcendent Imagination and Jeff Nichols's Mud
  2. Richard Black
  3. pp. 60-70
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  1. Tramps and Hobos: Adventure and Anguish in Mark Twain and Jack London
  2. Jeanne Campbell Reesman
  3. pp. 71-105
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  1. Literary Regionalism and Mark Twain's Telephone
  2. Sean Keck
  3. pp. 106-125
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  1. "A Fiction of Law and Custom": Mark Twain's Interrogation of White Privilege in Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
  2. Andrew Spencer
  3. pp. 126-144
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  1. Standing in Some True Relation: Mark Twain Visits "The Custom House"
  2. Ann M. Ryan
  3. pp. 145-161
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  1. "Remember he ain't in his own country and amongst his own folks": The Exodus of Huckleberry Finn
  2. Charles Janes Bailey
  3. pp. 162-175
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  1. Of Beginnings and Endings: Huck Finn and Tom Eliot
  2. Patrick J. Keane
  3. pp. 176-191
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  1. A Knight on the Mississippi: Teaching Twain Within Arthuriana
  2. Erin Mullally
  3. pp. 222-234
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  1. Continuing Bonds with the Dead: Parental Grief and Nineteenth-Century American Authors by Harold K. Bush (review)
  2. Joseph Csicsila
  3. pp. 235-238
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  1. The Historian's Huck Finn: Reading Mark Twain's Masterpiece as Social and Economic History ed. by Ranjit S. Dighe (review)
  2. James S. Leonard
  3. pp. 238-241
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  1. Mark Twain and Youth: Studies in His Life and Writings ed. by Kevin Mac Donnell and R. Kent Rasmussen (review)
  2. Ben Click
  3. pp. 242-247
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  1. Mark Twain, American Humorist by Tracy Wuster (review)
  2. Bruce Michelson
  3. pp. 247-251
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  1. Editor's Re: Marks
  2. Chad Rohman
  3. pp. v-viii
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