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Mark Twain on the damned human race.

Author: Mark Twain
Publisher: New York, Hill and Wang [1967, ©1962]
Series: American century series, AC54.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Twain
OCLC Number: 1169247
Description: 259 pages 21 cm.
Contents: On the Damned Race --
To the persons sitting in darkness --
Core-pone opinions --
My first lie and how I got out of it --
About smells --
As regards Patriotism --
Bible teaching and religious practice --
Dr. Loeb's Incredible discovery --
The Dervish and the offensive stranger --
Does the race of man love a lord? --
The war prayer --
Reflections on being the delight of God --
On the United States --
The Caravan --
At Galilee --
Disgraceful Persecution of a boy --
A defense of general Funston --
A Humane Word from Satan --
The United Sates of Lyncherdom --
Banquet for a Senator --
Comments on the killing of 600 Moros --
On Spain --
A word of Encouragement for our Blushing Exiles --
On France --
What Paul Bouget thinks of us --
On Italy --
They may be good people --
The True Religion --
The Infernal Machine --
Why don't they rob their Churches? --
If I were a woman --
On the Jews --
Concerning the Jews --
Stormfield and Goldstein --
On the Belgian Congo --
King Leopold's Soliloquy --
On Russia --
The Czar's Soliquy --
On England --
The Aristocracy --
the Examination --
Archdeacon Wilberforce discovers the Holy Grail --
On the White race --
The White man's notion --
Slave catching from the Slave's point of view --
Clothes --
War monuments --
Skin deep --
Women's place --
Insult, humiliation, and Forced labor --
From Bombay to Missouri.
Series Title: American century series, AC54.
Other Titles: On the damned human race.
Responsibility: Edited and with an introd. by Janet Smith. Pref. by Maxwell Geismar.

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