Master of Arts
Carl F. Strauch
Few people familiar with Twain’s life and works are fully aware of the important part that lecturing played in them. When Twain was not lecturing, he was thinking about it; when he was lecturing, he was writing someone of his triumphs and tribulations, which seemed to alternate fairly regularly and sometimes to coincide.
Knies, Earl Allen, "The lecturing of Mark Twain" (1960). Theses and Dissertations. 3039.