A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

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New York: The Heritage Press, 1942. Foreword by John T. Winterich. After reading Malory's Morte d' Arthur, Twain made the following entry in his notebook: "Dream of being a knight-errant in armor in the Middle Ages. Have the notions and habits, though, of the present day mixed with the necessities of that. No pockets in the armor . No way to manage certain requirements of nature. Can't scratch. Cold in the head and can't blow. Can't get a handkerchief. Can't dress or undress myself. Always getting struck by lightning. Fall down and can't get up." Includes The Heritage Club Sandglass book review pamphlet. Near Fine in Fair slipcase. Ships same or next business day. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 319 pages. Near Fine.

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