978-0-8161-8619-8 / 0816186197

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This series seeks to publish the most important reprinted criticism on writers and topics in American literature along with, in various volumes, original essays, interviews, bibliographies, letters, manuscript sections, and other materials brought to public attention for the first time. Louis J. Budd's volume on Mark Twain is the most comprehensive collection of criticism ever assembled for the period from 1867 to 1910, the year of Twain's death. It covers not only Twain's books but also his periodical publications and lecture performances, aspects of his career too often neglected. Among the writers and critics represented in this volume are William Dean Howells, Oliver Wendell Holmes, George Ade, Brander Matthews, Hamilton W. Mabie, Henry Van Dyke, and Josh Billings. We are confident that this collection will make a permanent and significant contribution to American literary study. - James Nagel, General Editor

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