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Mark Twain and the Hawaiian Legislature

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Title: Mark Twain and the Hawaiian Legislature
Authors: Chock, Susan
Issue Date: 15 Jan 2014
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract: In this paper, I will show how Mark Twain recorded his observations on the Hawaiian Legislature in the form of a travel letter and incor­porated humor in the depiction of the island government. I will compare Mark Twain's account in the letters with the minutes taken by the legislators and the local newspaper ac­counts. The legislative proceedings were rarely amusing; the minutes show that the legislators were serious about the business.
Pages/Duration: 30 pages
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