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Author Twain, Mark, 1835-1910.

Title What is man? : and other philosophical writings. / Edited with an introd. by Paul Baender
Published Berkeley : Published for the Iowa Center for Textual Studies by the University of California Press, 1973


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 MELB  810.4 T9694 A29/B  AVAILABLE
Description xiii, 716 pages : portrait ; 24 cm
Series His The works of Mark Twain ; v. 19
Twain, Mark, 1835-1910. Works. 1972 ; v. 19
Contents Sabbath reflections.--Reflections on the Sabbath.--Mr. Beecher and the clergy.--About smells.--The indignity put upon the remains of George Holland by the Rev. Mr. Sabine.--[Three statements of the eighties].--The character of man.--[Letter from the Recording Angel].--[Bible teaching and religious practice].--[Macfarlane].--Contract with Mrs. T. K. Beecher.--[Man's place in the animal world].--[Something about repentance].--Corn-pone opinions.--The five boons of life.--"Was the world made for man?"--God.--As concerns interpreting the Deity.--In the animal's court.--What is man?--Christian Science.--Things a Scotsman wants to know.--Letters from the earth.--"The turning point of my life."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Human beings.
Christian Science.
Author Baender, Paul, editor
LC no. 78104109 //r962
ISBN 0520016211