INDEX
Adair County, Kentucky, 1
Adam's Diary, 173
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, 15, 122; described, 129 ff.; faults in dialect, 130; quoted, 131 ff.; absurdity of, 134, 135, 140, 144, 152, 153, 154, 181, 242, 251
Ah Sin, 97
Ajax, the, 54
Aldrich, 122, 139
Alta California, The, 60, 63, 64, 69, 70, 105
Altgeld, pro-Boer, 196
Ament, Joseph P., 21
American Claimant, 152, 158, 174, 175
American Publishing Company, 45, 66, 68, 71, 87, 88
Andersen, Hans, 121
Andreieva, Madame, 198
Aquinas, Thomas, 225
Aristotle, 203, 204, 225
Arnold, Matthew, 157 "As Concerning the Interpretation of the Deity," 153
Atlantic, The, 80, 96
Austen, Jane, 172, 204
Autobiography, Mark Twain's, 6, 183 ff.; method of writing, 183, 184; dishonesty of, 185, 186
Bach, 202
Bacon, Delia, 200, 206
Bacon, Roger, 203, 204
Ballantyne & Co., J., 160
Balzac, 115
Bank of the United States, 2
Bates, Edward, 38
Beard, Charles A., 109
Beard, Dan, 199 "Bee, The," 1 53
Beecher, Henry Ward, 59, 60, 68, 81, 103
Beecher, Rev. Thomas K., 81
Belknap, General William W., 91
Bellamy, Edward, 176
Bennett, Arnold, 122, 242
Big Bethel, battle of, 40
Bigler, Lake, 43
Billfinger, guide in Paris, 104
Billings, Josh, 28, 90, 139, 251
Bixby, Horace, 29, 30, 151
Blaine, 144, 208, 238
Blair, Francis P., Jr., 33
Blankenship, Tom, 12, 120
Bliss, Elisha, 66, 68
Boer War, 195, 196
Bowen, Will, 12, 18
Bowles, Samuel, 93
Brandes, George, 183, 206
Briggs, John, 12, 120
Brooks, Van Wyck, 14, 195
Browning, Robert, 95, 172, 231, 239
Bryan, 193
Bryant, William Cullen, 90
Büchner, 248
Buckle, 240
Buffalo Express, The, 79
Burbage, Richard, 201
Burlesque Etiquette, 174, 242
Burns, 213
Byron, 121, 211
Cable, George W., 154, 178, 179
Californian, The, 49, 50
Candide, 113
Caprell, Madame, 31
Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven, 175
Cardiff's Hill, 11
Carlyle, 172, 193, 204, 231 "Carnival of Crime," 2 42
Carroll, Lewis, 95
Carson City, 40
Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County and Other Sketches, The, 52, 53, 58, 60, 101, 141
Century Magazine, The, 136
Chicago, Ill., 3
Christian Science, 218, 250
Clemens, Clara, 190, 237, 238

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