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The Bible according to Mark Twain : writings on Heaven, Eden, and the Flood

Author: Mark Twain; Howard G Baetzhold
Publisher: Athens : Univ. of Georgia Press, [20]00.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [Nachdr.]View all editions and formats
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This volume collects the most important writings by Mark Twain in which he used biblical settings, themes and figures. Featuring Twain's singular portrayals of God, Adam, Eve, Satan, Methuselah,  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Anthologie
Named Person: Mark Twain
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Twain; Howard G Baetzhold
ISBN: 0820316504 9780820316505
OCLC Number: 615516642
Description: XXIV, 384 Seiten
Contents: Part 1 Eden and the flood: extracts from Adam's diary; Eve's diary; autobiography of Eve and diaries antedated; documents related to ""diaries anotated""; two additional pre-deluge diarists - passages from Methuselah's diary, passages from Shem's diary; Adam's expulsion; Adam's soliloquy. Part 2 Heaven: Captain Stormfield's visit to heaven; Captain Simon Wheeler's dream visit; a singular episode - the reception of Sam Jones in heaven; mental telegraphy?; etiquette for the afterlife - advice to the dead. Part 3 Letters from the earth: letters from the earth. Part 4: Appendices.
Responsibility: ed. by Howard G. Baetzhold ...

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