Ashland explores the relationship between memory, language, and persona in LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI
Lecture takes place Wednesday, August 12 (7:00pm) at The Park Church
The Spring Trouble Begins Lectures continue with a talk about Twain and the Civil War.
Shirley Samuels, Cornell University, focuses on Twain’s uncomfortable writing about the the conflict in LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI
CALL FOR PAPERS SPECIAL ISSUE: MARK TWAIN AND THE NATURAL WORLD The Mark Twain Annual is seeking article-length submissions that examine aspects of Twain’s work that comment on the relation between human beings and the natural world. This broad scope allows for critical examinations of Twain’s writing about the natural world in any number of ways: as nature writing; as a form of environmentalism; as commentary on animal welfare, […]