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CONTENTS BOOK III (Continued) LATER NATIONAL LITERATURE: PART II CHAPTER VIII MARK TWAIN By Stuart P. Sherman, Ph.D., Professor of English in the University of IlKnois. Mark Twain's Place in American Literature. Youth. Printer and Pilot. The Par West. Journalist and Lecturer. The Quaker City Excursion. Later Life. Artistic Ideals. Travel Books. The Innocents Abroad. Roughing It. A Tramp Abroad. Life on the Mississippi. Following the Equator. Fiction. The Gilded Age. The Adventures of Tom > Sawyer. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. Pudd'nhead Wilson. Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc. Naturalistic Pessimism. What is Man? The Mysterious Stranger. . . . . . . i CHAPTER IX MINOR HUMORISTS By George Frisbie Whicker, Ph.D., Associate Pro- fessor of English in Amherst College. Humorous Paragraphs and Columns in Newspapers. Comic Journalism. PwcA. Judge. Life. New Tendencies after the Civil War. Charles Godfrey Leland. George Ade. Eugene Field. Mr. Dooley. O. Henry. . . . . . . . . .21 CHAPTER X LATER POETS By Norman Foerster, A.M., Professor of English in the University of North Carolina. Poets of East and West. New England. Emily Dickinson. Thomas Bailey Aldrich. Minor Figures. The Middle States. Bayard Taylor. Richard Henry Stoddard. Edmund Clarence Stedman. Minor Figures. Richard Watson Gilder. Richard Hovey. The West. Joaquin Miller. Edward Rowland Sill. Minor Figures. James Whitcomb Riley. William Vaughn Moody. Contemporary Poetry 31