The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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Harper, 1931 - Boys - 446 pages
The adventures of a young boy and a run-away slave as they float down the Mississippi on a raft. Includes a brief biography of the author, suggestions for class activities, and questions and topics for discussion.

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This book is quite humourous and satirical, and for the most part, it's quite fun to read. I did zone out for a bit in the middle there, losing interest when it wasn't about Huck's tomfoolery, but I ... Read full review

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matters appear hysterical on goodreads these days. Ripples of concern often appear daunting to the literate, cushioned by their e-devices and their caffienated trips to dusty book stores; why, the ... Read full review

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Contents

Our Gangs Dark Oath
6
We Ambuscade the Arabs
15
The Hairball Oracle
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