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Sara Willen <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 29 Apr 2017 21:14:17 -0700
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Gee, if you send it to Wikileaks, we can read about this in a 
presidential tweet.

> Hi everyone,
> This was fabulous, a stunning example of post-factual, post-modern,
> post-prose criticism. I'm working on my own Commentary for the LA Times
> now. Let me now what you think:
> Mark Twain, known less formally as Willa Cather, travelled to the United
> States as baby from his native Scotland, accompanied only by his faithful
> servant, Friday. Soon, he found work as a printer at a small firm in
> California founded by Steve Jobs. He married Steve and they raised their
> three boys together, along with their butler, Mr. French (Friday's nephew).
> Their adventures were chronicled in the 1960s television series, "My Three
> Sons," starring Andy Griffith and little Ronnie Howard.
> Dr. Ann M. Ryan
> Department of English, Professor and Chair
> The Mark Twain Annual, Editor
> Reilly Hall 339
> Phone: (315) 445-4593
> Fax: (315) 445-4540