That sound you hear is Mark Twain turning over in his grave

Some scholars have evidently decided that one of American literature’s greatest novels needs to have its mouth washed out with soap. From Publisher’s Weekly: Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a classic by most any measure—T.S. Eliot called it a masterpiece, and Ernest Hemingway pronounced it the source of “all modern American literature.” Yet, [Read More...]