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Publication Date: 1984
Publisher: Bantam Classic & Loveswept
Twain, Mark, Neider, Charles, Neider, Charles
"Charles Neider in his introduction makes an eloquent apologia for the entertaining volume he has produced, and for the things he has put in it, but the fact is that he has had to make it largely of sketches, parodies, jokes, anecdotes, yarns, fables, episodes from longer works and occasionally the longer works themselves. Only by stretching definition past its elastic limits can one call both 'A Day at Niagra' and 'The Mysterious Stranger'--or either of them--a convenient basis for reappraisal; the sixty pieces which are here hospitably called short stories illustrate both the weaknesses and the strengths of Mark Twain as a writer of fiction."Twain, Mark is the author of 'Complete Short Stories of Mark Twain', published 1984 under ISBN 9780553211955 and ISBN 0553211951.
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