Mark Twain & the South.
Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 1974. First edition 8vo. 224 pp. Jacket spine sl. tanned, faint soil to rear panel. The emotional connection between the writer and the South of his childhood in conflict with his personal opinions as they shifted over the years: race, religion, human rights and slavery, the wasteland of the post-Civil War period. Fine in Near Fine dj Cloth 0813113105 (Item ID: 14922)