The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg. And Other Stories and Sketches. With a Frontispiece by Lucius Hitchcock. Mark TWAIN, Samuel Langhorne CLEMENS.

The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg. And Other Stories and Sketches. With a Frontispiece by Lucius Hitchcock.

London: Chatto and Windus, 1900. [Fiction] FIRST UK EDITION. Octavo (19 x 13cm), pp.[vi]; 414; [32] advertisements. Publisher's yellow cloth lettered in gilt to spine and black to upper board, blocked in black and yellow to upper board, patterned endpapers, gilt top edge. Title page in red and black. Pictorial frontispiece. Light spotting to first few leaves, ownership inscription, slight worm damage to endpapers. Corners a little bumped, cloth rubbed, toning to spine, some marking to boards. Good. This book contains short stories by Twain, and initially appeared in Harper's Monthly in the US. It is written as a satirical replay of the Garden of Eden Bible story and features themes of dishonesty and temptation. It was made into a short TV film directed by Ralph Rosenblum in 1980. Item #51846

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