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Mark Twain: A Critical Study

Robert Hudson (Editor) Edwin Arnold (Editor)
Synopsis This book on Mark Twain consists of thirteen articles namely-Mark Twain: An Overview; Realism, Romanticism and Politics in Mark Twain; Beneath the Veil: Clothing, Race and Gender in Mark Twain’s Pudd’nhead Wilson; Carnival in Mark Twain’s “Stirring Times in Austria” and “The Man that Corrupted Hadleyburg”; Through a Glass Eye, Darkly: The Skeptic Design of ‘Life on the Mississippi’; ‘A Difficult Case’: W.D. Howell’s Impression of Mark Twain; Literary Continuity in Sandra Cisneros’s ‘The House on Mango Street’; Seven Recent Commentaries on Mark Twain; Gloom and Doom in Mark Twain’s Connecticut Yankee, from Thomas Malory’s Morte Darthur; What’s Funny about Huckleberry Finn; Tom Sawyer’s Games of Death; Huck the Thief; Mark Twain’s Cross-Dressing Oeuvre; etc. This book gives a vivid account of his life events and literary achievements alongwith critical notes by competent scholars. Definitely this will serve the purpose of students and teachers alike.
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About the authors

Robert Hudson

Dr. Rober Hudson, has a brilliant academic record. A novelist and short-story writer himself, he is a researcher, a commentator and a versatile genius.

Edwin Arnold

Dr. Edwin Arnold, is a keen scholar of English literature. Having rich experience in teaching, he has made debut in writing critiques on different litterateurs and their literary works.

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Title Mark Twain: A Critical Study
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8126120622
length viii+339p., Notes; References; Index; 22cm.