Mark Twain and the South

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The South was many things to Mark Twain: boyhood home, testing ground for manhood, and the principal source of creative inspiration. Although he left the South while a young man, seldom to return, it remained for him always a haunting presence, alternately loved and loathed. To follow his changing attitudes toward the South and its people is to observe the evolving opinions of many Americans during the era that bears the abusive name he gave it -- the Gilded Age. This is the first book on a major yet largely ignored aspect ...

Mark Twain and the South 2005, University Press of Kentucky, Lexington

ISBN-13: 9780813191409

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Mark Twain and the South 1974, University Press of Kentucky

ISBN-13: 9780813113104

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