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Mark Twain's Fables of man / edited with an introduction by John S. Tuckey ; text established by Kenneth M. Sanderson and Bernard L. Stein.

; Tuckey, John Sutton, 1921- editor
Berkeley : University of California Press, 1972.
ISBN 9780520020399, 0520020391

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Standard Title Works. Selections. 1972
Other Title Fables of man.
Other Authors Tuckey, John Sutton, 1921-
Subjects American prose literature.
Series Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. Mark Twain papers.
Description x, 740 pages : portrait ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1972.
Notes Consists of selections from the collection of Twain's papers in the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Summary Thirty-six previously unpublished papers accompanied by textual apparatus.
Contents Appendixes. To the editor of the American Hebrew -- Adam Monument proposal: documents -- Mark Twain's working notes.
The dream of brotherhood -- The refuge of the derelicts -- "You've been a dam fool, Mary. You always was!" -- Newhouse's Jew story -- Randall's Jew story -- Mock marriage -- Concerning "Marytrs' Day" -- Abner L. Jackson (about to be) deceased.
The myth of Providence -- Little Bessie -- Little Nelly tells a story out of her own head -- The Second Advent -- The holy children -- The International Lightning Trust -- Colloquy between a slum child and a moral mentor -- Thoughts of God -- The Emperor-God satire -- The Ten Commandments -- The private secretary's diary -- In my bitterness -- The victims -- The Synod of Praise -- The lost ear-ring -- Goose fable -- About Asa Hoover.
The nightmare of history -- The secret history of Eddypus, the world-empire -- Eddypus fragment -- History 1,000 years from now -- Passage from "Glances at history" (suppressed.) -- Passage from "Outlines of history" (suppressed.) -- Passage from a lecture -- The stupendous procession -- Flies and Russians -- the fable of the yellow terror -- The recurrent major and minor compliment -- Ancients in modern dress -- A letter from the comet -- Old age.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)482271
(OCoLC)ocm00482271
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WorldCat Identities Twain, Mark, 1835-1910.
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