Hunt discusses Twain’s relationship with the suffrage movement, a section from FOLLOWING THE EQUATOR, and MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY
Chapnick examines CONNECTICUT YANKEE and compares it to the works of H.G. Wells and Edward Bellamy
Next lecture is Wednesday, July 5 at 7:00pm. All CMTS Lectures are free and open to public
Ariel Silver explores the context of Twain’s EVE’S DIARY
Virtual lecture takes place at 5:30pm on Wednesday, January 22
The lecture will take place this Wednesday, June 22 at 7:00pm at The Park Church
All CMTS Lectures are open to the general public at no cost
Cantalamessa explores Twain’s use of humor as tool that allows him to effectively challenge social norms
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?