Re: Connecticut Yankee Baseball
- minor spoilers - just general
observations<br><br>I read the book a couple of years ago and from my
memory I found that even though Twain is pretty critical
of the "old world" and making out that the American
man is capable of everything. It's still a lot of
satire in it and mockery of that very same type. Perhaps
this will mainly become evident later in the book.
- In the introduction, I read that Henry James
prepared the "New York Edition" which was a collection of
his best works. Washington Square was not included.
The book was popular but he didn't think much of it.
Is this a book of any quality? I guess it is a bit
like a soap opera. Whatever its merit, I enjoyed it.
It was also quick to read and gave me time to
explore other books.