Eihosha, 2004. First edition. Hardcover. Very scarce. Clean, tight 8vo, 231pp. Dust jacket shows some shelf wear and several small chips along the edges. Near Fine / very good. Item #17682
Mark Twain seemed to have a literary relationship with "STRANGERS" as they played a major part in many of his stories. I.e.: A Strange Murderer, Closely-Resembled Strangers, Speculative Strangers in The Gilded Age, Stranger in the Play Ground in Tom Sawyer, and so on. This scarce book discusses this interesting phenomenon about one of America's great writers.