Mark Twain and the Feminine Aesthetic
Mark Twain's preoccupation with the nature and value of the 'feminine' has long been recognized as a central feature of his writing. In this 1992 volume, Peter Stoneley goes beyond generalizations to provide a detailed analysis of this theme.
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