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Like Twain, who aimed at communicating with the common person, Phipps has written in a style that will attract the educated ...
Like Twain, who aimed at communicating with the common person, Phipps has written in a style that will attract the educated public while providing fresh insights for Twain scholars. His research has taken him to Hannibal, Elmira, Hartford, and to the Twain archives in Berkeley. Mostly chronological, the book makes extensive use of Twain's works and, often neglected in such studies on Twain, the Bible, his most important literary source.
|Significant Dates for This Study|
|2||Along the Mississippi||7|
|4||Amid Liberal Calvinists||89|
|5||Justice in America||143|