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    Two Mark Twain and One William Dean Howells Harper's Monthly Magazine Publications, including: [Mark Twain]. W. D. Howells. "My Memories of Mark Twain." Harper's Monthly Magazine. Volume CXXI. June, 1910, to November 1910. New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1910. First edition. Octavo. 165-178; 340-348; 512-529 pages. Several illustrations throughout the text. [and:] Mark Twain. "William Dean Howells" and "A Horse's Tale." Harper's Monthly Magazine. Volume CXIII. June, 1906, to November, 1906. New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1906. First edition. Octavo. 221-225; 327-342; 539-549 pages. Several illustrations throughout the text. The 1910 volume has been rebound in wrappers, while the 1906 volume is unbound. Altogether very good copies

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