The Pennyroyal Press: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Moser began work on the Pennyroyal Huckleberry Finn in February of 1982, just after Alice was published. A new restored version of Twain’s text was coming from The Mark Twain Project at the University of California, Berkeley and they asked Moser to produce a volume on the scale of Alice with the new text.
The edition went to press on December 10, 1984 on the one hundredth anniversary of Huckleberry Finn’s first publication in Great Britain.
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Forty-nine wood engravings. Forward by Henry Nash Smith. Text prepared by Victor Fischer and Walter Blair of the Mark Twain Papers, Bancroft Library, University of California. Printed by Harold P. McGrath in Centaur on Mohawk Letterpress. Calligraphy by Yvette Rutledge. Limited to 350 copies bound by Gray Parrot in full green leather. Accompanied by an additional unsigned suite of prints, all encased in a cloth slipcase.