On Mon, 30 Sep 1996 [log in to unmask] wrote:
Twain freely admits to
 burying his dead aunt (who needed burying any way) so
> that she fertilizes his gravevine,

I must assume that the intented line was for the dead aunt to fertilize
his graPevine, although the slip does create an interesting image.  I
point out this slight typo only because the original post was from my
father, who taught me to beware errors of all kind.

Hugh Davis