On Tue, 21 Jul 1998, Linda Morris wrote:
> A colleague of mine has asked me to inquire about any stories, other than
> "The Golden Arm," in which Twain has a character with only one arm.
> Can anyone help with this? Thanks.
Well, "Aurelia's Unfortunate Young Man" (anthologized in Budd's Library of
America edition of Tales, etc., under the title "Whereas," pp. 94ff) is
briefly one-armed, before he loses the second one. I make no mention of