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    Mark Twain Content in Four Harper's Monthly Magazines, including: Mark Twain. The Mysterious Stranger. By Mark Twain. Harper's Monthly Magazine. Volume CXXXII, [Volume CXXXIII]. New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, December, 1915, to May, 1916. First edition. iv, 813 - 818, 38 - 43, 236 - 241, 441 - 446, 574 - 581, 749 - 758, 883 - 892 pages. Seven color plates by N. C. Wyeth. Wrappers bound into a clear plastic folder. Very light toning, very few small purple stamps throughout the text. Altogether a very good copy. First complete appearance in serialized form of The Mysterious Stranger, which was published in 1916 by Harper & Brothers Publishers in book form. [and:] Mark Twain. Saint Joan of Arc. By Mark Twain. Harper's Monthly Magazine. European Edition. Vol. XLIX. -European Edition. Vol. CX. - American Edition. London, New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers, December, 1904, to May, 1905. First European edition. iv, 12 pages. Four illustrations by Howard Pyle, including one in color. Wrappers bound into a clear plastic folder. Very light toning. Altogether a very good copy. This is the first publication of this work, but was later published in The $30,000 Bequest and Other Stories by Mark Twain... in 1906. [and:] Mark Twain. Was it Heaven? Or Hell? By Mark Twain. Harper's Monthly Magazine. European Edition. Vol. XLV - European Edition. Vol. CVI - American Edition. London, New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers. December, 1902. To May, 1903. First European edition. Octavo. iv, 20 pages. Three illustrated plates, including one in color. Wrappers bound into a clear plastic folder. Very light toning. Altogether a very good copy. After this first appearance, the work was later collected in The $30,000 Bequest and Other Stories by Mark Twain... in 1906. Also enclosed is an article by H. E. Klingelhofer Mark Twin, Edited and Bowdlerized from Bookmsan's Weekly, May 14, 1984. [and:] Mark Twain. Hunting the Deceitful Turkey. By Mark Twain. Harper's Monthly Magazine. Volume CXIV. New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, December, 1906, to May, 1907. First edition. Octavo. iv, 57 - 58. Six unrelated color plates by Howard Pyle. Wrappers bound into a clear plastic folder. Very light toning. Altogether a very good copy. In 1922 this work was collected in Mysterious Stranger.

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