The adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer's comrade)

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Harper & Row, 1931 - Adventure stories - 412 pages
The well-known tale of the carefree Huck Finn and his adventures on his raft with the runaway slave, Jim, as they sail down the Mississippi River.

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This is one of the great American novels. A trail brazer in the world of American literature, it was a brave attempt that broke many of the literary rules of its time. It's told in first-person ... Read full review

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"Huck is Adam early in the morning, a fresh start in the Evening Land that is the United States." - Harold Bloom "But by-and-by it got sort of lonesome, and so I went out and set on the bank and ... Read full review

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