Where the Twain did Meet—The Gilded Age of American Authorship
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Why would two people who describe their joint venture as a complete merger, write a novel that assails corporations for stifling competition? How can we reconcile the image of two writers supposedly writing in concert, wherein hardly a page doesn’t have the hand of both, with the often-conservative attacks in the novel itself on theories of community, democracy, and collective endeavors?
KeywordsTitle Page American Authorship Chicago Tribune Book Agent Collective Endeavor
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