Cantalamessa explores Twain’s use of humor as tool that allows him to effectively challenge social norms
This is the sixth year of the popular Elmira College art contest
Mallory Howard talks about her time at Quarry Farm and Elmira
Lecture takes place at 7pm in the Quarry Farm Barn. All lectures are free and open to the public
Did Twain infringe a common-law copyright held by Mary Ann Cord?
And if so, does that copyright still exist today?
Join the Mark Twain House and Museum as they welcome back scholar and collector Kevin Mac Donnell to the Trouble Begins series. On Wednesday, May 18th at 7:00PM ET, Kevin will be discussing “Mark Twain in the Marketplace: The Use of Mark Twain’s Name and Image to Sell Everything.” Using “piles of artifacts” from his personal collection Kevin will trace the use of Mark Twain’s name and image to sell […]
Lecture starts at 7pm in the Quarry Farm Barn. All lectures are free and open to the general public
Jao discusses the legacy of Jon Stewart and the role of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
An annotated digital edition of Charles Neider’s 1960 pamphlet.
The midcentury resurgence of interest in Mark Twain’s life and work was fueled by the propaganda operations of both the U.S. and U.S.S.R.