Mark Twain and William James

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The first documented meeting between Mark Twain and William James took place while both vacationed with their families in Florence, Italy, in 1892. "I have seen him a couple of times," James wrote home to Josiah Royce, "a fine, soft, fibred little fellow with the perversest twang and drawl, but very human and good. One might grow very fond of him," he confessed, "and wish he'd come and live in Cambridge." In Mark Twain and William James, Jason Gary Horn offers the first thorough investigation of the relationship between ...

Mark Twain and William James 1996, University of Missouri

ISBN-13: 9780826210722

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