Eugene M. Franzden, illustrator, lived from 1893-1972, so the illustration
is presumably from a later edition that did not appear in Twain's lifetime.
I presume you know that the engravings from the first edition were by a
well-known political cartoonist who inserted recognizable public figures
into his illustrations, presumably with Twain's knowledge and without
On Wed, Apr 22, 2020 at 11:32 AM Michael Torregrossa, Medieval in Popular
Culture <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> List members,
> I've been enjoying your various conversations these past few months and
> thank those that have reached out in support of my work on adaptations of
> Twain's Connecticut Yankee.
> I'm looking right now at the Dover Thrift edition with cover art by Eugene
> M. Frandzen (https://store.doverpublications.com/0486415910.html). Does
> anyone have any info on when he worked on the text and what else he
> Michael A. Torregrossa, M.A.
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> were--a *hero!* Strive forever to maintain the rule of *right*--of law and
> *justice*--against those who live and rule by *might*."
> Chris Claremont, "From the Holocaust--A Hero!" *Captain Britain* No. 2 (20
> Oct. 1976)
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