"One of the great strengths of James M. Cox's challenging study lies in his demonstration that `Mark Twain' was not the writer's alter ego but a `gesture, the meaning of which was to continue emerging through Samuel Clemens's life'. . . . On the identity of `Mark Twain' and on other matters of primarily biographical interpretation, few scholars have been so illuminating."—South Atlantic Quarterly
Copyright © 2012 — Curators of the University
of Missouri. All rights reserved. DMCA
and other copyright information.
An equal opportunity/affirmative action