A few thoughts on the business of faith
- Mark Twain and Pudd'nhead Wilson: A House Divided. Toles, George E. // Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Fall1982, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p55
Provides information on the book "Pudd'nhead Wilson," by Mark Twain. Discussion on the author's spiritual faith in relation with his writing of the book; Depiction of moral knowledge and responsibility for one's own life and character in the book; Explanation on skepticism in fiction.
- Mark Twain vs. God: The Story of a Relationship. Reesman, Jeanne Campbell // Mark Twain Journal;Fall2014, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p112
In this article, the author illustrates how writings of American author Mark Twain continue to lead imagination into meditations and deeper observations about humankind. He mentions that Twain was engaged in a love-hate struggle with God and faith and neither with religion as an abstraction nor...
- BLAZING A PATH. Bledsoe, Helen Wieman // Cobblestone;May/Jun2009, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p5
The article presents information on Halley's Comet, and its correlation with author Mark Twain.
- A New Name. Durway, Julie Doyle // Cobblestone;May/Jun2009, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p8
The article focuses on the incident related to Mississippi River when author Samuel Clemens resorted to his new name as Mark Twain.
- 'Mark Twain in the Adirondacks' at Guggenheim Camp. // Adirondack Daily Enterprise;8/12/2010, Vol. 117 Issue 190, Special section p3
The article focuses on the organization of "Mark Twain in the Adirondacks" program by several authors, scholars and other admirers of the writer and humorist to be held at Guggenheim Camp in Saranac Lake, New York on August 14, 2010.
- After-Dinner Speech. Twain, Mark // Entire Works of Mark Twain Collected;3/1/2006, p881
Mark Twain delivers an after dinner speech at a July 4th gathering in London of Americans. He thanked them for the compliments which they had tendered him.
- The Ascot Gold Cup. Twain, Mark // Entire Works of Mark Twain Collected;3/1/2006, p4023
The news of Mr. Clemens's arrival in England in June, 1907, was announced in the papers with big headlines. Immediately following the announcement was the newsâ€”also with big headlinesâ€”that the Ascot Gold Cup had been stolen the same day. The combination, MARK TWAIN...
- The St. Louis Harbor-Boat "Mark Twain." Twain, Mark // Entire Works of Mark Twain Collected;3/1/2006, p4036
The Countess de Rochambeau christened the St. Louis harbor-boat "Mark Twain" in honor of Mr. Clemens, June 6, 1902. Just before the luncheon he acted as pilot.
- Emigrants West, Gold East. J. M. // Cobblestone;Jan2009, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p11
The article details the life and works of Samuel Clemens before he became a famous American author, including his brief service as a Confederate soldier during the Civil War.