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February – Clemens inscribed a copy of TS (1903 ed.) to an unidentified person: “One of the most striking and convincing differences between a lie & a cat is, that the cat has only nine lives. / Truly Yours / Mark Twain / Feb. 1905” [MTP: listed in Profiles in History, Oct. 2005, no. 40, item 130].

Munsey’s Magazine published Richard Le Gallienne’s article, “American Authors of Today,” p. 641-50. Tenney: “Passing mention of MT as one of the major writers, along with discussion of some whose fame has faded; MT photograph, p. 644 [Tenney: “A Reference Guide Third Annual Supplement,” American Literary Realism, Autumn 1979 p. 190].

Review of Reviews (NY) ran “Mark Twain on Copyright,” p. 213-14. A summary of the January article in the North American Review [Tenney 40]. Note: the same publication in London also ran the summary on p. 165.

Day By Day Acknowledgment

Mark Twain Day By Day was originally a print reference, meticulously created by David Fears, who has generously made this work available, via the Center for Mark Twain Studies, as a digital edition.