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From: Ted Ficklen <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 1994 14:10:06 CDT
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As I was browsing a local bookstore today I noticed that the Penguin
edition of Twain's Connecticut Yankee... is titled *A Connecticut Yankee
at King Arthur's Court* and every other edition is titled -IN- King
Arthur's Court. What gives here? The true title is -IN-, not -AT-,
right? Is this some mysterious eccentricity from Penguin? Justin Kaplan
is the editor of the edition, I should think he would know better.

Ted Ficklen
University of Missouri - St Louis