The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: (Tom Sawyer

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Harper & Bros., 1912 - Humor - 405 pages
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Huck tells of his adventures travelling down the Mississippi on a raft with an escaped slave, and of the many people they encounter, including a pair of swindlers and two families in a feud.

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Contents

WE AMBUSCADE THE ARABS
12
PAP STRUGGLES WITH THE DEATH ANGEL
26
theyre after us
61
better let blame well alone
69
HONEST LOOT FROM THE WALTER SCOTT
77
WAS SOLOMON WISE?
83
THE RATTLESNAKESKIN DOES ITS WORK
95
THE GRANGERFORDS TAKE ME IN
104
overreaching dont pay
200
light out in the storm
210
the gold saves the thieves 2 20
220
you cant pray a lie
224
have a new name
234
the pitiful ending of royalty
241
we cheer up jim
249
dark deeplaid plans
256

why harney rode away for his hat i 14
114
the duke and the dauphin come aboard 12 j xx what royalty did to parkville
136
an arkansaw difficulty
146
why the lynching bee vailed
157
the orneriness of kings
163
the king turns parson
169
all full of tears and flapdoodle
176
steal the kings plunder
184
dead peter has his gold
193
trying to help jim
264
jim gets his witchpie
270
here a captive heart busted
277
tom writes nonnamous letters
284
a mixedup and splendid rescue
290
must a been sperits
296
why they didnt hang jim
303
chapter the lastnothing more to write
311
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