Berkeley, Calif. : Univ. of California Press, 2002.
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Mark Twain's letters for 1874 and 1875 encompass one of his most productive and rewarding periods as author, husband and father, and man of property. This is sixth volume contains 348 of his letters covering this period, all of which have been thoroughly annotated and indexed.더 읽기…
"Few things, as Pudd'nhead observed, are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example, and this building collection of the letters is horribly, excruciatingly good. It sets standards of diligence that will cause future editors of writers' letters to weep."-Jonathan Raban, Times Literary Supplement "One of the most important collections of letters by an American author... admirably organized and set forth as to become a source of wonder to general readers and delight to advanced students of literary history"-Genevieve Stuttaford, Publishers Weekly "One of the great scholarly enterprises of the century. Since the 1970s the... members of the Mark Twain Project at the University of California have been turning out magnificent editions of the writer's letters, notebooks, travel narratives and fiction. If you want to enjoy, and to understand fully, the genius of Mark Twain, the California editions are the only texts to have."-Michael Shelden, London Telegraph더 읽기…