1. Editor’s Re: Marks
  2. Chad Rohman
  3. pp. v-viii
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  1. The England Trip of 1872Mark Twain’s First Season in Hell
  2. Joseph Csicsila
  3. pp. 1-10
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  1. Rhetorical Listening, Silence, and Cultural (Dis)identifications in Adventures of Huckleberry FinnRevisiting the “Raft Episode” Again, Ugh!
  2. Ben Click
  3. pp. 11-28
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  1. The Colorless History of That Dull Country TownColor-Blind Racism in Pudd’nhead Wilson
  2. Virginia Maresca
  3. pp. 29-46
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  1. This Way to the EgressThe Humbug of Barnum and Twain
  2. Christine Benner Dixon
  3. pp. 47-63
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  1. Mark Twain’s “Assault of Laughter”Reflections on the Perplexing History of an Appealing Idea
  2. Holger Kersten
  3. pp. 64-76
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  1. A Populist in King Arthur’s Court
  2. Andrew Alquesta
  3. pp. 77-95
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  1. Mark Twain Explains the Trump PresidencyMark Twain’s Political Commentary Remains Relevant Today
  2. Donald Tiffany Bliss
  3. pp. 96-104
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  1. The Art of Judicious Lying
  2. Gregg Camfield
  3. pp. 105-123
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  1. Reading, Writing, and “Riffmatic”Using Twain in a Writing Class
  2. John T. Gatten
  3. pp. 148-154
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  1. Miles to GoThe Prince and the Pauper in Film and Television
  2. Hugh H. Davis
  3. pp. 155-166
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  1. The Introspective Art of Mark Twain by Douglas Anderson (review)
  2. Alecia Alexander
  3. pp. 167-169
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  1. Critical Insights: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ed. by R. Kent Rasmussen (review)
  2. Barbara Schmidt
  3. pp. 169-173
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  1. Mark Twain and France: The Making of a New American Identity by Paula Harrington, Ronald Jenn (review)
  2. Jeffrey Melton
  3. pp. 173-176
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  1. The Letters of Mark Twain and Joseph Hopkins Twichell ed. by Harold K. Bush, Steve Courtney, Peter Messent (review)
  2. Ann M. Ryan
  3. pp. 176-178
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  1. Mark Twain and Money: Language, Capital, and Culture ed. by Henry B. Wonham, Lawrence Howe (review)
  2. Tracy Wuster
  3. pp. 179-183
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  1. The Life of Mark Twain: The Early Years, 1835–1871 by Gary Scharnhorst (review)
  2. Jarrod Roark
  3. pp. 183-186
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  1. Wonder and Irony with Henry James and Mark Twain in the Venice Ducal Palace by Rosella Mamoli Zorzi (review)
  2. Hal Hellwig
  3. pp. 186-189
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  1. Filmography of The Prince and the Pauper
  2. Hugh H. Davis
  3. pp. 190-210
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