Table of contents for The Bible according to Mark Twain : irreverent writings on Eden, heaven, and the flood by America's master satirist / edited by Howard G. Baetzhold and Joseph B. McCullough.


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Preface
Abbreviations
Introduction
A Note on the Texts


                      Eden and the Flood
Extracts from Adam's Diary
Eve's Diary
Autobiography of Eve and Diaries Antedating the Flood
Documents Related to "Diaries Antedating the Flood"
Two Additional Pre-Deluge Diarists
  Passages from Methuselah's Diary
  Passages from Shem's Diary
Adam's Expulsion
Adam's Soliloquy


                            Heaven
Captain Stormfield's Visit to Heaven
Captain Simon Wheeler's Dream Visit to Heaven
A Singular Episode: The Reception of Rev. Sam Jones in Heaven
Mental Telegraphy?
Etiquette for the Afterlife: Advice to Paine




                   Letters from the Earth

Letters from the Earth


                         Appendlces

Appendix 1. Original Continuation of "Autobiography of Eve"
Appendix 2. Planning Notes for "Autobiography of Eve"
Appendix 3. "Extracts from Adam's Diary" from the Original Niagara Book Version
Appendix 4. Planning Notes fQr Methuselah's Diary
Appendix 5. Passages from "Stormfield" Preserved in the
  Manuscript but Deleted from Typescript or Proof
  a. Original Mrs. Rushmore and Daughter Episode
  b. Stormfield's Trouble with Wings
Appendix 6. Discussion of the Fall from "Schoolhouse Hill"
Appendix 7. God of the Bible vs. God of the Present Day (1870s)
Appendix 8. Selected Passages on God and the Bible
  from Autobiographical Dictations of June 1906

Notes
Works Cited





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Twain, Mark, 1835-1910 Quotations, Religion Quotations, maxims, etc, Quotations, American