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Pudd'Nhead Wilson Nce 2E PA

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2nd
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9780393925357

ISBN10:
0393925358
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Pub. Date:
12/17/2004
Publisher(s):
W W NORTON
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Summary

This Norton Critical Edition remains the only edition available that is based on completely re-edited texts, accounting for all versions that Twain might have written or influenced. All substantive variants in the two separate "first editions," one printed in Britain and the other in the United States, have been reconciled in this collated edition, with all rejected variants tabulated. Dozens of additional illustrations accompany the text, and all textual variants, accepted or rejected, are included.#xA0; "Criticism" includes twenty-three reviews and interpretive essays, eight of them new to the Second Edition, including those by Andrew Jay Hoffman, Myra Jehlen, and John Carlos Rowe. A Selected Bibliography is also included.

Table of Contents

Preface to the First Edition xi
Preface to the Second Edition xv
End-of-Line Hyphenation in This Volume xix
The Text of Pudd'nhead Wilson xxi
The Text of Those Extraordinary Twins
123(64)
Textual Introduction and Tables of Variants
187(52)
Pudd'nhead Wilson and Those Extraordinary Twins: Textual Introduction
189(10)
Pudd'nhead Wilson
199(26)
Emendations of the Copy-Text: Substantives
199(7)
Emendations of the Copy-Text: Substantives (Lengthy Passages)
206(8)
Emendations of the Copy-Text: Accidentals
214(5)
Rejected Variants: Substantives
219(1)
Textual Notes
219(6)
Those Extraordinary Twins
225(10)
Emendations of the Copy-Text: Substantives
225(2)
Emendations of the Copy-Text: Substantives (Lengthy Passages)
227(3)
Emendations of the Copy-Text: Accidentals
230(2)
Rejected Variants: Substantives
232(1)
Textual Notes
232(3)
Appendix 1: The Weather Signs Passage Deleted from Pudd'nhead Wilson
235(2)
Appendix 2: Words Deleted from Chapter 9 of Those Extraordinary Twins
237(2)
Criticism
239(226)
Reviews
241(6)
From The Idler (August 1894)
241(1)
William Livingston Alden
From The Athenaeum (January 19, 1895)
241(1)
From Cosmopolitan (January 1895)
242(1)
Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen
From the Critic (May 11, 1895)
243(2)
From the Booklover's Magazine (February 1904)
245(2)
T. M. Parrott
Essays
247(218)
[Mark Twain's Presentation of Slavery]
247(1)
Bernard De Voto
``As Free as Any Cretur. . .''
248(9)
Leslie Fiedler
Mark Twain's Neglected Classic: The Moral Astringency of Pudd'nhead Wilson
257(14)
F. R. Leavis
[Pudd'nhead Wilson as Criticism of the Dominant Culture]
271(7)
Henry Nash Smith
The Ironic Stranger
278(8)
James M. Cox
Mark Twain and the South: Pudd'nhead Wilson
286(9)
Arlin Turner
Pudd'nhead Wilson: A Parable of Property
295(8)
George M. Spangler
The Incipient Wilderness: A Study of Pudd'nhead Wilson
303(9)
John M. Brand
Blackness and the Adamic Myth in Mark Twain's Pudd'nhead Wilson
312(10)
Stanley Brodwin
The Black and White Curse: Pudd'nhead Wilson and Miscegenation
322(14)
Arthur G. Pettit
Narrative Action and Structural Symmetry in Pudd'nhead Wilson
336(11)
Barry Wood
The Text That Wrote Itself: Identifying the Automated Subject in Pudd'nhead Wilson and Those Extraordinary Twins
347(24)
John Matson
Pudd'nhead Wilson and the Roots of Existential Heroism
371(10)
Andrew Jay Hoffman
Beneath the Veil: Clothing, Race, and Gender in Twain's Pudd'nhead Wilson
381(14)
Linda A. Morris
Roxana's Plot
395(16)
Carolyn Porter
The Ties That Bind: Race and Sex in Pudd'nhead Wilson
411(15)
Myra Jehlen
Fatal Speculations: Murder, Money, and Manners in Pudd'nhead Wilson
426(19)
John Carlos Rowe
``Sure Identifiers'': Race, Science, and the Law in Pudd'nhead Wilson
445(20)
Susan Gillman
Selected Bibliography 465


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