1. Editor's Re: Marks
  2. Ben Click
  3. pp. v-ix
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  1. Teaching Racial Boundaries: How Mark Twain's Characters Expose Our "Mental Attitudes" about Race and Racism
  2. Jarrod Roark
  3. pp. 1-10
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  1. Huck and Jim's Island Time in Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and the Importance of Brave Spaces
  2. Jean Filetti
  3. pp. 11-21
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  1. Theorizing Twain: A Personal View
  2. Susan K. Harris
  3. pp. 22-39
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  1. The Mysterious Stranger's Crisis of Duplicates: Incompletion and the Vexed Transmission of Twain's Late Writings
  2. Blake Bronson-Bartlett
  3. pp. 40-64
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  1. "It was a mistake": Abolitionism, Revision, and Mark Twain's "A Scrap of Curious History"
  2. Christopher Ohge
  3. pp. 65-89
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  1. Reckoning with the Autobiography
  2. Bruce Michelson
  3. pp. 90-110
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  1. Trollfighting Mark Twain: Viral Media and the Funston Feud
  2. Matt Seybold
  3. pp. 111-122
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  1. Oceanic Fiction, W. Clark Russell, and Twain's Sequel to "Fenimore Cooper's Literary Offenses"
  2. Nathaniel Williams
  3. pp. 123-132
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  1. "Well, you're innocent, ain't you!": Mark Twain's Attack on the American Adam
  2. M. M. Dawley
  3. pp. 133-151
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  1. Mark Twain and the Romantic Revival
  2. Nathaniel Cadle
  3. pp. 152-169
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  1. Mark Twain, the World, and Me: Following the Equator, Then and Now by Susan K. Harris (review)
  2. Lawrence Howe
  3. pp. 170-172
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  1. Mark Twain's Literary Resources: A Reconstruction of His Library and Reading, Volume One by Alan Gribben (review)
  2. Bruce Michelson
  3. pp. 173-176
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  1. The Life of Mark Twain: The Middle Years, 1871–1891 by Gary Scharnhorst (review)
  2. Susan K. Harris
  3. pp. 176-179
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  1. Mark Twain in Context ed. by John Bird (review)
  2. Barbara Schmidt
  3. pp. 180-186
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  1. A New Orleans Author in Mark Twain's Court: Letters from Grace King's New England Sojourn ed. by Miki Pfeffer (review)
  2. Kerry Driscoll
  3. pp. 186-190
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