In the manner of recent publications of Huckleberry Finn, I would like to emend Twain's third group to "Apatosaurites," as Brontosaurus has been a scientifically obsolete name for decades.
I have not read Twain's take on Shakespeare, and am interested in this audio recording, so on the topic: did Twain have any thoughts on Delia Bacon, who started the whole Bacon controversy with Shakespeare? Delia was friends with the Beecher family.
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