Friends gave me the Decemer 22 & 29, 2008 copy of the New Yorker. On the
is said : "Mark Twain; The good part about being dead." The table of
contents says, "Mark Twain; page 50; American Notes; The Privilege of the
Grave." On page 12,without naming the contributor, the note says "Mark
Twain....died in 1910. 'Who Is Mark Twain,' a collection of previously
unpublished writing, comes out in April. He wrote the piece in 1905." The
privilege, it seems, is free speech.
Thought you all might want to know.