1. Call Me Maybe: Telephonic Romances and the Female Voice 1880–1920
  2. Stefan Schöberlein
  3. pp. 1-20
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  1. Bret Harte's Oscar Wilde Tale
  2. Tara Penry
  3. pp. 21-35
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  1. The Arc of Mark Twain's Satire, or Tom Sawyer the Moral Snag
  2. James E. Caron
  3. pp. 36-58
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  1. A "Solitary Song": Identity, Agency, and Motherhood in Wharton's Summer
  2. Denise D. Knight
  3. pp. 59-76
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  1. Leon Edel, the Last of the Big-time Owners
  2. George Monteiro
  3. pp. 77-85
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  1. Haunting Realities: Naturalist Gothic and American Realism ed. by Monika Elbert and Wendy Ryden (review)
  2. Ann M. Ryan
  3. pp. 86-87
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  1. Mark Twain and France: The Making of a New American Identity by Paula Harrington and Ronald Jenn (review)
  2. James E. Caron
  3. pp. 87-90
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  1. Mark Twain and Money: Language, Capital, and Culture ed. by Henry B. Wonham and Lawrence Howe (review)
  2. Susan K. Harris
  3. pp. 90-93
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  1. Echoes of Emerson: Rethinking Realism in Twain, James, Wharton, and Cather by Diana Hope Polley (review)
  2. David M. Robinson
  3. pp. 93-94
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