MARK TWAIN'S CIVIL WAR
Offers a new and cogent analysis of Twain's The Private History of a Campaign That Failed, aided by Twain's notes and correspondence, much of which is transcribed and published here for the first time. A necessity for any Twain bookshelf, it sheds light on a great writer's changeable and challenging position on the deadliest of American conflicts. Illus.
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Item #: 3758435
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