Through unauthorized changes and inadvertent errors, Mark Twains first publishers brought out texts full of thousands of errors in form and content. Later publishers then based their reprints on these corrupt editions and added errors of their own.
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It is the aim of the Iowa-California edition to strip away this accretion of error and present texts faithful to the authors intention. By comparing all the life-time version of Mark Twains works, the editors are able to isolate the authors revisions from the printers and publishers changes.
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The record of this comparison supplies not only the evidence for editorial decisions, but also the history of the authors efforts to shape his work. In addition, these volumes include previously uncollected work, work that has long been out of print, and such unpublished writing as related drafts, working notes, and marginalia.
The costs for editorial work have been met by generous support from the Editing Program of the National Endowment for the Humanities, an independent federal agency, and other institutional and private donors. The edition is published by the University of California Press with financial assistance from the Graduate College at the University of Iowa.
From it he adapted such episodes as stopping at an oasis, encountering a lion, using the ladder for rescues, seeing a mirage, and hovering above a caravan while a sandstorm sweeps over it and entombs both people and camels. Tom is again the manager, the one with information and imagination.
Tom Sawyer, Detective
Huck is still the one with a literal mind and common sense, and Jim, though the oldest, is once more the most limited in experience and the most burdened by superstition. Tom despairs of ever having an intelligent conversation with his two companions, and they in turn often feel that their arguments have gotten the better of Tom.
By transferring the locale to the Phelps farm described in Huckle berry Finn, Mark Twain is able once more to use Huck as narrator and Tom Sawyer as the central character.
He is also able to insert such favorite devices as male twins, a false deaf—Mute the, fear of ghosts, swindles perpetrated on the innocent, mistaken identity, and a dramatic backwoods trial. An unknown error has occurred.follow link
Tom Sawyer Abroad & Tom Sawyer, Detective by Mark Twain
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No cover image. Read preview. Synopsis These unjustly neglected works, among the most enjoyable of Mark Twain's novels, follow Tom, Huck, and Jim as they travel across the Atlantic in a balloon, then down the Mississippi to help solve a mysterious crime. Both with the original illustrations by Dan Beard and A.