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1 McKeithan, Daniel Morley and edited by Liljegren, S. B. The Morgan Manuscipt of Mark Twain's Pudd'nhead Wilson
Cambridge, MA Harvard University Library 1961 Soft Cover Good+  No Jacket 
64 pp, light tan SC wraps w/black lettering. Essays and studies on American language and literature XII. The novel depicts the leading citizens, race relations, social attitudes, and the general intellectual, cultural, and political atmosphere in a small river town where slavery existed and was accepted without question. some tanning to the SC wraps w/light stain on the rear cover, small tear at the bottom of the spine.  
Price: 12.75 USD
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2 McKeithan, Daniel Morley and edited by Liljegren, S. B. The Morgan manuscript of Mark Twain's Pudd'nhead Wilson
Cambridge, England Harvard University Press 1961 Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket 
64 pp, brown boards w/gilt lettering, Also includes copy of "The Morgan Manuscript of "The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg". The 2nd manuscript is 5 page SC wraps. It is reprint f/UT Studies in Literature and Language Vol II, No 4, Winter 1961. from Essays and Studies on American Langauge and Literature XII. 
Price: 35.49 USD
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3 McKeithan, Daniel Morley and edited by Liljegren, S. B. The Morgan Manuscript of Mark Twain's Pudd'nhead Wilson
Cambridge, England Harvard University Press 1961 Hard Cover Very Good+ No Jacket 
64 pp, brown boards w/gilt lettering. The setting of Twain's Pudd'nhead Wilson is Dawson's Landing, a town on the Mirrouri side of the Mississippi River, from early in 1830 until the end of 1853. About Judge York Driscoll, Percy Driscoll's slave girl Roxy, and her son Chambers. From Essays and Studies on American Language and Literature number XII. prev owner wrote name on FPD. 
Price: 20.36 USD
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