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Andrew Beahrs <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 3 Oct 2010 13:46:40 -0700
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Everett Emerson says in MARK TWAIN: A LITERARY LIFE that Twain  
published a travelogue of a trip to Bermuda under the name Sam Clemens  
in 1877.  I'm looking at my notes, not the actual Emerson book, so  
you'll probably want to double-check the name used...should be on 105-6.


On Oct 3, 2010, at 12:46 PM, Ladd, Barbara wrote:

> I am trying to find out whether Mark Twain ever published as "Samuel  
> Langho=
> rne Clemens," "Samuel L. Clemens," or "Samuel" or "Sam Clemens"  
> AFTER the f=
> amous Feb. 1863 first use of "Mark Twain." Until this afternoon,  
> when I hap=
> pened to check on it, I thought he published "In Defense of Harriet  
> Shelley=
> " (in North American Review, 1894) under "Samuel Langhorne Clemens,"  
> but he=
> did not--he published that essay under "Mark Twain."
> If anyone knows whether there is a source for this information,  
> please let =
> me know. I've checked Rasmussen, and a few other sources.
> Many thanks
> Barbara
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