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Taylor Roberts <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 1 Jul 1994 13:16:50 -0700
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     Wesley Britton's index of the _Mark Twain Circular_ (volumes 4-7:
1990-1993) is now available as an e-text from the Mark Twain Forum
filelist.  It's very convenient to have these indexes combined into a
single, easily searched file.  Many thanks to Wesley Britton for sharing
this file with us, and to Kevin J. Bochynski for facilitating its
appearance on the Forum.  The file appears also by permission of James
S. Leonard, editor of the _Circular_.

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One of the files there (TWAIN CIRCLE) contains further information about
the MT Circle of America and its quarterly publication, the _MT
Circular_.  To retrieve this file, send the command:


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Taylor Roberts
University of British Columbia