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Reviewed Works: Mark Twain's Satires & Burlesques by Franklin R. Rogers, Mark Twain; Mark Twain's Which Was the Dream? And Other Symbolic Writings of the Later Years by John S. Tuckey, Mark Twain; Mark Twain's Letters to His Publishers 1867-1894 by Hamlin Hill, Mark Twain
Review by: Dewey Ganzel
Modern Philology
Vol. 66, No. 1 (Aug., 1968), pp. 83-87
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