Mark Twain's Aquarium: The Samuel Clemens-Angelfish Correspondence, 1905-1910

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Hardcover Very Good Hardcover-082031238X [COOLEY, JOHN] MARK TWAIN'S AQUARIUM.

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Athens, GA 1991 Cloth 1st ed. Fine/Fine in Fine jacket Appears never read. No sign of use or handling. Dj in protective mylar sleeve. 297 pages. Collected correspondence and ... biographical notes concerning Clemens' young friends who he treated as grand-daughters. ZSBH B5642. Read more Show Less

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1991 Hardcover. First Edition. Void of any grandchildren, Twain, in his retirement, became the friend and correspondent of twelve schoolgirls. These are the letters, notes, ... telegrams of the communication exchanged between Twain and his "angelfish" as they were called. 297 pages, calendar of letters, index. Dust jacket and book are in Fine condition. Standard Book Size. Read more Show Less

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Bogart, Georgia, U.S.A. 1991 Hb First Edition Very Good in Very Good jacket 8vo. pp. 297, b/w photographs, "Having lost his wife to death and his daughters Jean to epilepsy and ... Clara to a music career, Twain recruited 12 girls between ages ten and 16 to act as surrogate granddaughters in his lonely, depression-ridden last years. Bright and, above all, innocent, these "angelfish"--members of the Aquarium Club--were welcome guests at Twain's New York apartment and later at Stormfield, the club's headquarters, always properly chaperoned. The aging writer may seem pathetic, but the wealth of letters collected here are dotted with charm and wit and represent a genuine contribution to Twain scholarship." Read more Show Less

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Having lost his wife to death and his daughters Jean to epilepsy and Clara to a music career, Twain recruited 12 girls between ages ten and 16 to act as surrogate granddaughters in his lonely, depression-ridden last years. Bright and, above all, innocent, these ``angelfish''--members of the Aquarium Club--were welcome guests at Twain's New York apartment and later at Stormfield, the club's headquarters, always properly chaperoned. The aging writer may seem pathetic, but the wealth of letters collected here are dotted with charm and wit and represent a genuine contribution to Twain scholarship.-- Charles C. Nash, Cottey Coll., Nevada, Mo.
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Through thorough analyses of four major works, Cummings offers a unique perspective on the ways in which Twain looked to science for such meanings as it could give in answering social, moral, and cosmological questions. Near the end of his life Clemens became the friend and correspondent of twelve schoolgirls whom he called his of the collected here, with introductory material by editor Cooley. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780820312385
  • Publisher: University of Georgia Press
  • Publication date: 2/28/1991
  • Pages: 297
  • Product dimensions: 6.24 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 1.22 (d)

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