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Gay, Robert M., "The Two Mark Twains," in the Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 166, December 1940, pp. 724-26.

Kaplan, Justin, Mr. Clemens and Mark Twain: A Biography,Simon & Schuster, 1983, pp. 233-34, 272, 292, 378.

Kiskis, Michael, "Mark Twain and the Collaborative Autobiography,"in Studies in the Literary Imagination, Vol. 29,Fall 1996, pp. 27-40.

Krauth, Leland, "Mark Twain Fights Sam Clemens' Duel," in Mississippi Quarterly, Vol. 33, Spring 1980, pp. 144-53. Long, E. Hudson, Mark Twain Handbook, Hendricks House, 1957, p. 23.

Neider, Charles, "Introduction," in The Autobiography of Mark Twain, Perennial Classics, 1959, pp. ix-xxviii.

Rexroth, Kenneth, "Humor in a Tough Age," in Nation, Vol. 188, March 7, 1959, pp. 211-13.

Sanoff, Alvin P., "Autobiography and the Craft of Embellishment,"in U.S. News and World Report,

Vol. 107, No. 16,October 23, 1989, p. 64.

Willis, Resa, Mark and Livy: The Love Story of Mark Twain and the Woman Who (Almost) Tamed Him, TV Books Inc.,2000, p. 73.

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