Jeffrey Melton contributes an information resource page on Twain’s seminal travel narrative and first full-length book
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.
Did Mark Twain almost settle in Cleveland?
Hal Hellwig explores the history and resonance of Venice for Mark Twain and for contemporary visitors.
The Innocents Abroad changed everything, for Mark Twain and, moreover, for American travel writing.