Well, unless I'm misremembering, that's perfectly understandable. Who
can forget Topsy and Little Eva getting lost in the cave? Or Injun Joe
and Simon Legree teaming up to break bad? Or Pap Finn and Augustine St
Clare sitting down to have a drink and discuss fatherhood? Or Silas
Phelps trying to tell Tom Sawyer and Uncle Tom apart? Or Little Eva's
disappointment as she ascends to Heaven after having proclaimed "All
right, then, I'll go to Hell."?
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------ Original Message ------
From: "Wolfgang Hochbruck"
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Sent: 6/7/2023 6:58:41 AM
Subject: Re: Twain Diners and Restaurants
>....these Lueneburg scribblers seem to think that Twain was the author of _Uncle Tom's Cabin_. How embarassing.
>Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hochbruck
>Department of English /
>Centre for Security and Society
>Albert Ludwigs University
>15 Rempart St.
>D- 79098 Freiburg
>Am 07.06.2023 um 12:24 schrieb Winston Kelley:
>>A "Mark Twain Room" is in the Griechenbeisl (restaurant), Vienna, where
>>he, among many another celebrity, put his autograph on the ceiling:
>>Another curio of potential interst to the forum is the bronze statue of
>>Twain seated on a park bench in Lüneburg and the history of how it got
>>to be there: