The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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This book quickly became my favorite book of all time.
What a voice Mark Twain... What lyrical poetry!!!!! This book is so full of humor and yet has such a serious tone. I greatly admire how Mark
Twain ,sometimes, switches tones.
This book was so great that I wasn't that offended with the constant use of the N word but Twain never uses it offensively... The characters say it offensively... and that's okay because it gives you an idea of the pre-civil war era.
Read the book and see how greatly Huckleberry grew. He made his own decisions all throughout the book with the aid of the only grown up in the story: JIM
Jim is not stereotyped as he is given depth. He has a reason to be on the Mississippi river.
Both Huckleberry and Jim has reasons to be together on the raft...
Both are trying to escape a society that hasn't treated them as human being...
GREAT GREAT BOOK
THIS IS THE GREAT AMERICAN NOVEL !!!!!
 

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