MARK TWAIN AND PHILOSOPHY
Reveals deeper issues raised by Twain's work and speaks to his continued relevance as a social commentator interrogating issues fundamental to our lives. From slavery, freedom, and human rights to science, parapsychology, and religion, this collection of essays exposes how Twains' body of work touches every corner of human experience.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Item #: 4705238
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