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Noted scholar and Cornell professor emeritus Dan McCall delivered Cornell University Library's Reunion lecture on June 10, 2010, celebrating the exhibition, "Known to Everyone, Liked by All: The Business of Being Mark Twain."
McCall is an authority on American literature and creative writing, and has taught "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" to generations of Cornellians. He is the author of several novels, including "Jack the Bear" (1974), which has been translated into a dozen languages, and "Triphammer" (1991). His critical and scholarly books include "The Example of Richard Wright" (1969), "The Silence of Bartleby" (1989), "Citizens of Somewhere Else" (1999), and "The Norton Critical Edition of Melville's Short Novels" (2002).