Mark Twain and His Illustrators: 1875-1883
This is the long-awaited follow-up to Mark Twain and His Illustrators, Volume I. In Volume II, Beverly David demonstrates how the first-edition illustrations in Twain's works conveyed the sense of Twain's stories while also "bending" Twain's meaning in the page print.
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A Tale For Young People of All Ages
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American edition American Publishing Company Anne Askew Anthony appears artist Boston Brown Capitoline Venus caption caricatures Carnival of Crime Castle chapter Chatto Clemens copy cost cover Dilsberg drawing Edward Edward Whymper electros Elisha Bliss English edition engraving ET&Sk Frank Bliss Frank Merrill frontispiece Garrett German half-title Harley Harley's Harris Hartford headpiece Heidelberg HEIDELBERG TUN Hotel humor illus included Innocents Abroad inserted Ipsen James Osgood journal Jungfrau Kaolatype later legend letter List of Illustrations London Lorelei manuscript Mark Twain Matterhorn Merrill Mississippi Moses MTLP narrative Orleans Pauper picture plates Pope Alexander III Prince reader Recent Carnival river Roughing royal Sawyer scene Scrambles Shute signed Sketches SkN&O Sperry style subscription book tail piece tale Ticknor tion Titian's Tramp Abroad trations True Story True Williams ture Twain wrote Twain's book Twain's text Twichell unsigned Webster Whymper words writing young Zermatt