"The Facts Concerning the Recent Carnival of Crime in Connecticut" in THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, June, 1876. Mark TWAIN, Samuel CLEMENS.

"The Facts Concerning the Recent Carnival of Crime in Connecticut" in THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, June, 1876

Boston: H. O. Houghton and Company, June 1876. First Edition. wraps. Original printed wraps; Volume XXXVII, #224. In this 10-page humorous essay, Twain describes how the loss of a conscience can bring about bliss. Also in this issue are the first three parts of THE AMERICAN by Henry James, "A Shaker Village" by W. D. Howells, and other pieces. Chips at spine tips; owner name at top of front cover. Near Fine and uncommon as an individual issue rather than in a bound volume. Item #020200

Price: $125.00