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Edgar Rice Burroughs. Complete Works of Mark Twain Illustrated. At first glance it seems to be a travel book, but it is really a highly readable discursive autobiographical account of Twain's boyhood, his region, and of a culture that had radically changed since he left home thirty years earlier. It makes good reading as background for HUCK FINN, and it is such a vivid evocation of the period and people it describes, it may yet endure as a classic. The only thing we know of the printing history is what Twain wrote in that 50, copies were printed and bound, but only 32, sold.

A contemporary ad also claimed 50, had been printed, and promised that 40, would be bound by publication day. Either way, the implication is that the unsold copies were re-issued by Charles L. Webster between and when he took over Osgood's stock. Copies are found with Osgood's sheets and a Webster cancel title-page, in Webster bindings, dated and , and copies with Osgood's title- page intact have been seen in Webster bindings. As a subscription book, this book was similar in size to the hefty tomes of the American Publishing Company, but the handsome pictorial brown cloth binding ranks with the binding of HUCK FINN as one of the best on a Twain first edition.

It could be ordered with gilt edges, in full sheep, three-quarter morocco, and three- quarter calf. I have located only two copies in the publisher's full morocco, each with different blindstamping. BAL nicely describes the first of two states of the sheets: page illustration of Twain's head in flames, later removed because it disturbed his wife , and page the caption "The St.

Louis Hotel" later corrected to "The St. Charles Hotel". In BAL's second state, both pages are corrected. But BAL also describes two "intermediate states" in which the two textual changes occur in both possible combinations.

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The net result is that the two pages occur in all four possible combinations, and the unanswered question is whether this is the result of mixed sheets, multiple plates, or four separate printings. Collectors try to find copies with both pages in their first states in fine condition. Copies in the second states fetch two-thirds of those figures, and copies in "mixed" states fall in between.

New York: Charles L. Webster and Co. The publication history and significance of the various textual states found in Twain's masterpiece will be discussed at tedious length in next month's issue, so the bindings will be the focus of attention here. As with his previous subscription books, the regular binding was cloth, in this case a handsome dark green pictorial binding whose illustration of Huck on the front cover has become the model for all subsequent depictions in book illustrations and movies.

This book was marketed as the sequel to TOM SAWYER and the prospectus warned customers that those who wanted a blue cloth copy had to specify it or else a green copy would be sent.