Wed, 12 Jan 2022 10:52:06 -0500
I’ve long been fascinated by cultural differences in audience reception of Twain’s humor and satire. My focus has been on perceptions by region, age, ethnic identity and economic strata.
We are aware of macro differences (by national language) but is there a study of micro differences (by different groups that share a common language and conflicting cultural influences)?
Don’t ask for whom the bell tolls. It’s your cell phone alarm.
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> On Jan 12, 2022, at 10:19 AM, Matthew Seybold <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Many thanks to Shelley and the rest of the editors of the Special Forum on
> Global Huck in *The Journal of Transnational American Studies* for allowing
> us to share an excerpt from their introduction. You can also link to all 10
> open access essays from the following page:
> Kudos to all involved. This is a fantastic contribution to Twain Studies.
> *Matt Seybold, PhD*
> Associate Professor of American Literature & Mark Twain Studies
> Scholar-in-Residence, Center for Mark Twain Studies
> Editor, MarkTwainStudies.org
> Host, The American Vandal Podcast
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