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

Huck, in flight from his murderous father, and Jim, in flight from slavery, pilot their raft down the Mississippi River in search of freedom.

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  • "Huck, in flight from his murderous father, and Jim, in flight from slavery, pilot their raft down the Mississippi River in search of freedom."
  • "Huck, in flight from his murderous father, and Jim, in flight from slavery, pilot their raft down the Mississippi River in search of freedom."@en
  • "Huck Finn: The Manga Edition will be a hit with both manga readers and in the classroom. A four-page essay at the beginning ties the novel and manga together; the rest of the book is taken up with the manga novel itself. So, there should be strong carryover between those people who are manga readers and those teachers/students who want a new and unique way to read the plays. Our Huck Finn manga is true to the original context of the play--we don't take Huck, Jim, and the rest of the characters and set them in a setting/time that's not relevant to Twain's original and intended time/setting. Als."@en
  • "Orange spot."@en
  • "Huckleberry Finn, the son of the town drunk, and Jim, an escaped slave, make a break for freedom down the Mississippi River on a raft."
  • "The adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they float down the Mississippi river on a raft."@en
  • "The classic adventures of Tom Sawyer's companion, Huckleberry Finn."@en
  • "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (often shortened to Huck Finn) is a novel written by American humorist Mark Twain. It is commonly used and accounted as one of the first Great American Novels. It is also one of the first major American novels written using Local Color Regionalism, or vernacular, told in the first person by Huckleberry "Huck" Finn, best friend of Tom Sawyer and hero of three other Mark Twain books. The book is noted for its colorful description of people and places along the Mississippi River. By satirizing Southern antebellum society that was already a quarter-century."@en
  • "A homeless boy and a runaway slave raft down the Mississippi River in Pre-Civil War America."@en
  • "You don't know about me, without you have read a book by the name of "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", but that ain't no matter.' So begins, in characteristic fashion, one of the greatest American novels. Narrated by a poor, illiterate white boy living in America's deep South before the Civil War, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is the story of Huck's escape from his brutal father and the relationship that grows between him and Jim, the slave who is fleeing from an even more brutal oppression. As they journey down the Mississippi their adventures address some of the most profound human."@en
  • "The famous journey of Tom Sawyer's friend Huck Finn, along the Mississippi River."
  • ""From its first appearance onward, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn has been both praised and condemned, enshrined as one of the world's great novels and banned from libraries and classrooms. This new edition is designed to enable modern readers to explore the sources of its greatness, and also to take a fresh, open-minded look at the source of the current controversy about its place in the canon: its representation of race and slavery. Based on the first American edition of 1885, this Broadview Edition includes all 174 original illustrations by E.W. Kemble. Appendices include contemporary reviews, passages deleted from the original manuscript, advertisements for the book, and a range of materials, from newspaper articles to minstrel show scripts to contemporary fiction, showing how race and slavery were depicted in the larger culture at the time."--Publisher's website."
  • "Huckleberry Finn escapes from his evil, drunken father who is trying to steal his treasure. Huck befriends Jim, a runaway slave and together they float towards freedom on a raft down the Mississippi river. They encounter thieves and murderers, con men and hucksters as they journey together. Mark Twain's timeless tale of friendship and adventure shows us a boy coming of age and learning about life's pains and pleasures!"
  • ""Huckleberry Finn has a hard life with his father until an adventure with Tom Sawyer changes everything. But when Huck's dad returns and kidnaps him, he decides to escape down Mississippi river with runaway slave, Jim. Life on the run is not easy and Huck and Jim get into lots of trouble."--P. [4] of cover."
  • "Containing 11 reproducible exercises to maximize vocabulary development and comprehension skills, these guides include pre-and post-reading activities, story synopses, key vocabulary, and answer keys."@en
  • "To help students experience the joys and benefits of reading, Townsend Press presents the Townsend Library - a collection of high-interest classics. Each Townsend Library book has been carefully edited to maintain the original story while updating language and style for today's readers. - Publisher."@en
  • "Huck is a young, naive white boy fleeing from his drunken, dangerous Pa and Jim is a runaway slave longing to be reunited with his family. Flung together by circumstance, they journey down the Mississippi together on a log raft, each in search of his own definition of freedom. Their daring adventures along the way provide both entertainment and a satirical look at the moral values of the Deep South of the 1800s."
  • "The adventures of a boy and a runway slave as they float down the Mississippi River on a raft."
  • "The adventures of a boy and a runway slave as they float down the Mississippi River on a raft."@en
  • "The adventure of a lifetime Tom Sawyeras pal Huck Finn finds himself on the run, floating down the Mississippi with Jim, a runaway slave. With rich description as well as sharp satire, Twain vividly recreates the world he knew as a child. -- From Twitterature: The World's Greatest Books in Twenty Tweets or Less."@en
  • "The adventures of a boy and his friend, an escaped slave, as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft."@en
  • "This complete study edition of Mark Twain's classic adventure novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn includes a time line of Twain's life, plot analysis, questions, writing ideas, and projects."
  • "Huckleberry Finn, an abused outcast, rafts with Jim, a runaway slave, down the Mississippi River, where they have a variety of experiences."@en
  • "Huckleberry Finn, an abused outcast, rafts with Jim, a runaway slave, down the Mississippi River, where they have a variety of experiences."
  • "Includes the unabridged text of Twain's classic novel plus a complete study guide that helps readers gain a thorough understanding of the work's content and context. The comprehensive guide includes chapter-by-chapter summaries, explanations and discussions of the plot, question-and-answer sections, author biography, analytical paper topics, list of characters, bibliography, and more."
  • "Two runaways, the white boy Huck and the black man Jim, join forces. Huck has fled an abusive father. Jim has fled slavery. In their quest for freedom, Huck and Jim travel down the Mississippi River, encountering many dangers. Will they escape oppression and abuse? Or will the powerful forces against them prove stronger than their brave defiance? - Back cover."@en
  • "Huck and Jim encounter life on the Mississippi in one of the great works of American literature."@en
  • "A nineteenth-century boy from a Mississippi River town recounts his adventures as he travels down the river with a runaway slave, encountering a family involved in a feud, two scoundrels pretending to be royalty, and Tom Sawyer's aunt who mistakes him for Tom."
  • "A nineteenth-century boy from a Mississippi River town recounts his adventures as he travels down the river with a runaway slave, encountering a family involved in a feud, two scoundrels pretending to be royalty, and Tom Sawyer's aunt who mistakes him for Tom."@en
  • "Follows the adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft in the mid-nineteenth century."
  • "Follows the adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft in the mid-nineteenth century."@en
  • "Huckleberry Finn, Tom Sawyer's best friend, escapes down the Mississippi on a raft with the runaway slave, Jim. One of the iconic American novels, it caused a stir when published because of the vernacular used by Twain to characterize Jim and the people of the Mississippi."
  • "The adventures of a boy and his friend, an escaped slave, as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft. Includes abridged text, audio of text, teacher guide, and test questions."
  • "Contains the complete text of "Huckleberry Finn" and eighteen essays that address three major controversies that surround the novel, including sexual orientation, Mark Twain's ending, and racism."
  • "One of the most popular books of all-time, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn has been both venerated and vilified since it was first published in 1885. The story of a young abused boy on the run and his friendship with a runaway slave is about loyalty, compassion, and doing what is right, and it remains one of Mark Twain's greatest achievements."@en
  • "The adventures of a young boy and a run-away slave as they float down the Mississippi on a raft. Includes biographical background of the author and critical excerpts."@en
  • "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is considered by many to be the greatest of all American novels. The novel picks up where The Adventures of Tom Sawyer leaves off. Huck Finn, who is now wealthy with the discovery of treasure at the end of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, finds himself in great danger from his abusive drunkard father who wishes to cash in on Huck's fortune. Fearing for his life Huck believes that he must run away from his home with the Widow Douglas and her Sister, Miss Watson. Huck fakes his own death and escapes to Jackson's Island. There he finds Miss Watson's escaped slave, Jim. The pair join forces and pilot a raft down the Mississippi, encountering a crash with a steamboat, con men and traveling actors, southern gentility and lynch mobs, and the final threat from those forces determined to restore the order broken by Jim and Huck. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a story told in the time of slavery with language that embodies the regional dialects that are common to Twain's work and the Mississippi River Valley in which Twain grew up. The novel is as much a biting and satirical commentary on slavery, religion, and civilized society as it is a light-hearted comedy and buddy travel story through Midwestern 19th century America."@en
  • "A microfilm reproduction of Twain's holograph ms., a gift of the author to the Buffalo, N.Y., Young Men's Association Library (1885,1887). Ms. presented in response to a request for a manuscript from a library official, James Fraser Gluck. The library's name is now the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library."
  • "A young boy living in mid-nineteenth-century Missouri relates the many adventures that he and his friend, an escaped slave, experience as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft. Presented in comic book format."
  • "Samen met een gevluchte slaaf beleeft de avontuurlijke Huck Finn in 1850 op zijn tocht over de Mississippi vreemde en spannende avonturen. Vanaf ca. 15 jaar."
  • "America's favorite storyteller reads Mark Twain's greatest story - the broadly comic, ironic tale of a small-town boy and a runaway slave, together on a raft on the mighty Mississippi. It's one adventure after another, told with affection and unabashed joy."
  • "Huck escapes from the lonely cabin in which his drunken, brutal father had imprisoned him; on Jackson's island he meets Jim, a runaway slave. Together they float down the Mississippi River on a raft, occasionally stopping at the banks. In these brief episodes Huck participates in the lives of others, witnessing corruption, moral decay, and intellectual impoverishment. He learns from Jim of the dignity and worth of a human being."@en
  • "The adventures of a mischievous young boy and his friends growing up in a Mississippi River town in the nineteenth century."@en
  • "The adventures and pranks of a mischievous boy growing up in a Mississippi River town in the early nineteenth century."@en
  • "Huck tells of his adventures traveling 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."@en
  • "The story of a young boy, his friends, and their lives and adventures on the Mississippi River."@en
  • "The story of a young boy, his friends, and their lives and adventures on the Mississippi River."
  • "A nineteenth-century boy, floating down the Mississippi River on a raft with a runaway slave, becomes involved with a feuding family, two scoundrels pretending to be royalty, and Tom Sawyer's aunt, who mistakes him for Tom."
  • "Faithfully reproduced from the University of California scholarly edition, sparingly annotated, and includes all the original illustrations that Twain commissioned for the orginal edition."
  • ""All modern American literature comes from one book by Mark Twain called Huckleberry Finn," Ernest Hemingway wrote, "It's the best book we've had." A complex masterpiece that has spawned volumes of scholarly exegesis and interpretative theories, it is at heart a compelling adventure story. Huck, in flight from his murderous father, and Nigger Jim, in flight from slavery, pilot their raft thrillingly through treacherous waters, surviving a crash with a steamboat, betrayal by rogues, and the final threat from the bourgeoisie. Informing all this is the presence of the River, described in palpable detail by Mark Twain, the former steamboat pilot, who transforms it into a richly metaphoric entity. Twain's other great innovation was the language of the book itself, which is expressive in a completely original way. "The invention of this language, with all its implications, gave a new dimension to our literature," Robert Penn Warren noted. "It is a language capable of poetry.""@en
  • "Huckleberry Finn follows a boy and a runaway slave as they make their way down the Mississippi. In a world filled with con men and slaves, Huck and Jim have only each other to rely on. Mark Twain blends brilliant satire and social commentary with breathtaking adventure, told in Huck's own wry, observant words. Beautifully illustrated, this classic, comic graphic novel captures the imagination of readers of all ages and inspires a love of literature and reading."@en
  • "Wild child Huck has to get away. His violent drunk of a father is back in town again, raising Cain. He won't rest until he has Huck's money. So the enterprising boy fakes his own death and sets out in search of adventure and freedom."
  • "Adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they float down the Missippi River on a raft."@en
  • "A nineteenth-century boy, floating down the Mississippi on a raft with a runaway slave, becomes involved with a feuding family, two scoundrels pretending to be royalty, and Tom Sawyer's aunt, who mistakes him for Tom."@en
  • "A nineteenth-century boy, floating down the Mississippi on a raft with a runaway slave, becomes involved with a feuding family, two scoundrels pretending to be royalty, and Tom Sawyer's aunt, who mistakes him for Tom."
  • "Adventures of a young boy traveling down the Mississippi river with an escaped slave."@en
  • "Climb aboard the raft with Huck and Jim and drift away from the ""sivilized"" life and into a world of adventure, excitement, danger, and self-discovery. Huck's shrewd and humorous narrative is complemented by lyrical descriptions of the Mississippi valley and a sparkling cast of memorable characters."@en
  • "The classic novel relates the adventures of a boy and his friend, a runaway slave. Their adventures on a raft take them up the Mississippi River beyond Cairo, Illinois. The story tells of unselfish trust and friendship despite the cruel customs of the land."@en
  • "The classic novel relates the adventures of a boy and his friend, a runaway slave. Their adventures on a raft take them up the Mississippi River beyond Cairo, Illinois. The story tells of unselfish trust and friendship despite the cruel customs of the land."
  • "A daring young boy and an escaped slave make their way down the Mississippi River, encountering a host of adventures, rogues, and colorful characters along the way."
  • "The adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft."
  • "The adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft."@en
  • "Classics. Mark Twain's tale of a boy's picaresque journey down the Mississippi on a raft conveyed the voice and experience of the American frontier as no other work had done before. When Huck escapes from his drunken father and the 'sivilizing' Widow Douglas with the runaway slave Jim, he embarks on a series of adventures that draw him to feuding families and the trickery of the unscrupulous 'Duke' and 'Dauphin'. Beneath the exploits, however, are more serious undercurrents - of slavery, adult control and, above all, of Huck's struggle between his instinctive goodness and the corrupt values of society, which threaten his deep and enduring friendship with Jim."
  • "This book tells of the adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they travel down the Mississippi River."@en
  • "A feisty young boy fakes his own death to escape his abusive father and heads off down the Mississippi River with his newfound friend Jim, a runaway slave."@en
  • "A feisty young boy fakes his own death to escape his abusive father and heads off down the Mississippi River with his newfound friend Jim, a runaway slave."
  • "A mischievous youth encounters a runaway slave and together they travel down the Mississippi in search of adventure."@en
  • "Huck Finn, a Mississippi River boy who can't stand being civilized, takes a trip down river on a raft."@en
  • "This classic story of a homeless waif is world-renowned for being much more than a charming tale of boyhood adventures! As Huck and runaway slave Jim make their way down the mighty Mississippi, Huck is forced to ponder the nature of friendship and to find a sense of his own moral vision."@en
  • "Huck tells of his adventures traveling 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."
  • "Huck's adventures as he floats down the Mississippi River on a raft."@en
  • "The famous tale of a boy's life in a small town on the banks of the Mississippi River. Tom skips school and spends his days on mad adventures real and imagined."
  • "Each novel, complete in just 80-pages, has been painstakingly adapted to retain the integrity of the original work. Each provides the reader a sense of the author's style and an understanding of the novel's theme."@en
  • "First published in 1885, this has become the American classic of boy life on the Mississippi river, a companion volume to "Tom Sawyer.""
  • "Read by Dick Cavett."@en
  • "Presents the adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft. Universally acclaimed as one of the greatest creations of American fiction, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is one of those few books that are read over and over again, with ever increasing enjoyment."@en
  • "Presents the adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft. Universally acclaimed as one of the greatest creations of American fiction, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is one of those few books that are read over and over again, with ever increasing enjoyment."
  • "When Huckleberry Finn flees from his brutal father, he meets up with an old friend, the slave Jim, who is also running away. Together, they travel by raft down the Mississippi, tumbling in and out of amazing adventures."@en
  • ""The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is the tale of a young boy who runs away from his drunken father. As he journeys down the Mississippi river with a runaway slave, Huck faces danger at every turn. Will he be able to escape the bandits, killers and feuding families they encounter? And will Jim the slave ever be free?"--Cover."@en
  • "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is essential to the understanding of the American soul. The recent discovery of the first half of Twain's manuscript, long thought lost, made front-page news. And this unprecedented edition, which contains for the first time omitted episodes and other variations present in the first half of the handwritten manuscript, as well as facsimile reproductions of thirty manuscript pages, is indispensable to a full understanding of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. The changes, deletions, and additions that Mark Twain made in the first half of the original manuscript (changes that are larger and more numerous and significant than those he made in the second half) indicate that he frequently checked his impulse to write an even darker, more confrontational work than the book he finally published."
  • "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is essential to the understanding of the American soul. The recent discovery of the first half of Twain's manuscript, long thought lost, made front-page news. And this unprecedented edition, which contains for the first time omitted episodes and other variations present in the first half of the handwritten manuscript, as well as facsimile reproductions of thirty manuscript pages, is indispensable to a full understanding of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. The changes, deletions, and additions that Mark Twain made in the first half of the original manuscript (changes that are larger and more numerous and significant than those he made in the second half) indicate that he frequently checked his impulse to write an even darker, more confrontational work than the book he finally published."@en
  • "The story of Huck and his companion Jim, a runaway slave, as they travel down the Mississippi to escape from slavery and "sivilization" has been delighting readers around the world since Twain first published it in 1885. Simply put, it is a masterpiece: revolutionary in its narrative method, surpassingly funny, and at the same time deeply perceptive about human nature. No other American novel of the nineteenth century still commands so vast an audience, and certainly no other retains the capacity to stir controversy with its sharp satire on American racism."
  • "Presents the adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft. Universally acclaimed as one of the greatest creations of American fiction, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is one of those few books that are read over and over again, with ever increasing enjoyment. Here is a handsome reproduction of the original edition of this wonderful tale of adventure and self-discovery on the mighty Mississippi, with all of the exuberant illustrations by E.W. Kemble."
  • "The novel begins with Huck's escape from his drunken, brutal father to the river, where he meets up with Jim, a runaway slave. The story of their journey downstream, is an American classic that captures the smells, rhythms, and sounds, the variety of dialects and the human activity of life on the Mississippi river."@en
  • "Huck is a young, naive white boy fleeing from his drunken, dangerous Pa and Jim is a runaway slave longing to be reunited with his family. Flung together by circumstance, they journey down the Mississippi together on a log raft, each in search of his own definition of freedom. Their daring adventures along the way provide both entertainment and a satirical look at the moral values of the Deep South of the 1800s"
  • "The adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they float down the Mississippi on a raft."
  • "The adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they float down the Mississippi on a raft."@en
  • "In de 19e eeuw zakt een voor zijn vader gevluchte blanke jongen met een vriend, een weggelopen negerslaaf, op een vlot de Mississippi af en beleeft de meest fantastische avonturen."
  • "The adventures of a young boy and a run-away slave as they float down the Mississippi on a raft."
  • ""This novel 'begins with Huck's escape from his drunken, brutal father to the river, where he meets up with Jim, a runaway slave. The story of their journey downstream, with occasional forays into the society along the banks, is an American classic that captures the smells, rhythms, and sounds, the variety of dialects and the human activity of life on the great river. It is also a penetrating social commentary that reveals corruption, moral decay, and intellectual impoverishment through Huck and Jim's encounters with traveling actors and con men, lynch mobs, thieves, and Southern gentility.'" Reader's Ency. 4th edition."
  • "An adaptation of the novel that follows the adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft in the mid-nineteenth century. Includes author, setting, and character information and vocabulary words."@en
  • "A photographic facsimile of the first issue of the first edition, in 1885, of the adventures of a young boy traveling down the Mississippi River with an escaped slave."
  • "Adventures of young Huck and his Negro friend Jim on a raft floating down the Mississippi."
  • "Young Huck Finn has no mother and his father is a brutal drunkard. To escape his father's cruel tyranny he fakes his own death and runs away. As a homeless waif he travels along the Mississippi Valley by foot and by raft encountering a variety of unsavory and humorous characters who involve him in their dubious misadventures. This story, rich in character, humor, and the adventurous frontier experience of the Mississippi, vividly recreates the world, the people, and the language that Mark Twain knew and loved from his own years on the riverboats. The text is unabridged and includes 148 illustrations from the original 1984 edition."
  • "Mark Twain created one of America's best-loved fictional characters in Huckleberry Finn. Recounting the exploits of the imaginative adolescent as he and the runaway slave, Jim, raft down the Mississippi River, Twain ultimately addresses far deeper themes - man's inhumanity to man and the hypocrisy of conventional values."
  • "The drifting journey of Huck and his friend Jim, a runaway slave, down the Mississippi River on their raft may be one of the most enduring images of escape and freedom in all of American literature. Although the society it satirized was already history at the time of publication, the book was quite controversial, and has remained so to this day."@en
  • "Classic story of an independent boy and a river raft trip."
  • "The adventures of a young boy traveling down the Mississippi River with an escaped slave."
  • "The adventures of a young boy traveling down the Mississippi River with an escaped slave."@en
  • "When Huckleberry Finn flees from his brutal father, he meets up with an old friend, the slave Jim, who is also running away. Together, they travel by raft down the Mississippi, tumbling in and out of amazing adventures -- from a floating house to a funeral, a shipwreck to a circus -- and experience some of the strange ways of people in the Deep South."
  • "Recounts the adventures of a young boy and an escaped slave as they float down the Mississippi River on a raft."
  • "Floating down the Mississippi on their raft, Huckleberry Finn and Jim, a runaway slave, find life filled with excitement and the spirit of adventure. Join Huck and Jim and their old friend Tom Sawyer as they come up against low-down thieves and murderers,"@en
  • "The adventures of a boy growing up in half-settled Missouri in the 1840's, who with a runaway slave floated down the Mississippi on a raft."
  • "The adventures of a boy growing up in half-settled Missouri in the 1840's, who with a runaway slave floated down the Mississippi on a raft."@en
  • "The adventures of a boy and his friend, an escaped slave as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft. Contains graphics, audio recordings, and movies to enhance the learning experience."
  • "Huckleberry Finn, the son of the town drunk, and Jim, an escaped slave, make a break for freedom down the Mississippi River on a raft. Includes background information, key themes and plot points, notes, and other study aids."@en
  • "In de typische sfeer van de Zuidelijke staten van Noord-Amerika spelend 19e eeuws verhaal van een jongen, die met zijn vriend, een weggelopen neger, op een vlot de Mississippi afzakt en de meest fantastische avonturen beleeft."
  • "Breezy, outrageous, thrilling from first page to last. Huckleberry Finn is the most widely read and universally loved work in American fiction. It is also the most imitated. "All modern American literature," according to Ernest Hemingway, "comes from one book by Mark Twain called Huckleberry Finn.""@en
  • "Recounts the adventures of a young boy and an escaped slave as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft."@en
  • "Recounts the adventures of a young boy and an escaped slave as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft."
  • "The story of Huck and his companion Jim, a runaway slave, as they travel down the Mississippi to escape from slavery and 'sivilization'."@en
  • "A young boy living in mid-nineteenth century Missouri relates the many adventures that he and his friend, an escaped slave, experience as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft. Includes explanatory notes throughout the text, an introduction discussing the author and the background of the story, and a study guide."
  • "The complete and unabridged story of a 19th-century boy, floating down the Mississippi River on a raft with a runaway slave."@en
  • "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."@en
  • "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."
  • "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."@en
  • "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."
  • "This adaption of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn has been made to present the original story in a way that can be more easily understood by the modern reader. A few episodes have been abridged or omitted. In addition, some of the language has been brought up to date."
  • "Young Huck and his friends have adventures on the river."
  • "Beloved for more than a century, Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a sequel to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and continues the adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Tom Sawyer, and Jim as they travel the Mississippi river valley. Criticized for its colloquial language and use of racial stereotypes and slurs, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn exposes and challenges racist attitudes in the Southern United States at the close of the 19th century. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was first published in 1884, and is considered to be among the great American novels. It has been adapted for the stage and film, and has inspired many other literary and musical works. HarperPerennial Classics brings great works of literature to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms. Look for more titles in the HarperPerennial Classics collection to build your digital library."@en
  • "The adventures of a boy traveling down the Mississippi River with and escaped slave."
  • "The adventures of a boy traveling down the Mississippi River with and escaped slave."@en
  • "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain has descriptive copy which is not yet available from the Publisher."@en
  • "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884), the sequel to Tom Sawyer, is considered Twain's masterpiece. Narrated almost entirely in the first person it tells the story of a boy called Huck who flees his father by rafting down the Mississippi River with a runaway slave, Jim. The pair's adventures show Huck the cruelty of which men and women are capable. Huck's adventures also provide the reader with a panorama of American life along the Mississippi before the Civil War and Twain's skill in capturing the rhythms of that life help make the book one of the masterpieces of American literature."@en
  • "Narrated by a poor, illiterate white boy living in America's deep south before the Civil War."
  • "Jim, a runaway slave, joins Huck Finn, who is fleeing from his cruel father, and together, they journey by raft down the Mississippi River."
  • "Huckleberry Finn, Tom Sawyer's best friend, escapes down the Mississippi on a raft with the runaway slave, Jim. One of the iconic American novels, it caused a stir when published because of the vernacular used by Twain to characterize Jim and the people of the Mississippi. Twain's criticism of racial segregation and the treatment of slaves was thrown into turbulent criticisms at the turn of the century however, when he himself was accused of racist stereotyping and frequent use of the word "nigger"."@en
  • "Story set on the Mississippithe Mississippithe Mississippi__!"
  • "Huckleberry Finn would rather run wild than yield to his guardian Widow Douglas's attempts to "sivilize" him. Kidnapped by his no-good, drunkard father, Huck manages to escape by faking his own death. While hiding out he meets runaway slave Jim, and the two absconders, bound together by circumstance, strike out for freedom down the Mississippi on a makeshift raft, where an assortment of rogues and scoundrels lie in wait. Rough-hewn Huck narrates his own adventure-filled story, in which the treatment of outcasts serves as a touchstone for the values of mainstream American society. It outraged some when it first appeared, and still incites controversy; but most endorse Hemingway's view: "All modern American literature comes from one book by Mark Twain called Huckleberry Finn...There was nothing before. There has been nothing as good since". -- from publisher."
  • "HE HAS NO MOTHER, HIS FATHER IS A BRUTAL DRUNKARD AND HE SLEEPS IN A HOGSHEAD. HE'S HUCK FINN, A HOMELESS WAIF, A LIAR, AND THIEF ON OCCASION AND A CASUAL REBEL AGAINST RESPECTABILITY. BUT ON THE DAY THAT HE ENCOUNTERS ANOTHER FUGITIVE FROM TROUBLE, A RUNAWAY SLAVE NAMED JIM, HE ALSO FINDS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN HIS LIFE LOVE, ACCEPTANCE AND A SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY. AND IT IS IN THE EXCITING AND MOVING STORY OF THESE TWO OUTCASTS FLEEING DOWN THE MISSISSIPPI,ON A RAFT, THAT A WONDERFUL METAMORPHOSIS OCCURS. THE BOY NOBODY WANTS BECOMES A HUMAN BEING WITH A SENSE OF HIS OWN DESTINY AND THE COURAGE TO CHOOSE BETWEEN VIOLATING THE CODE OF THE CONVENTIONAL AND BETRAYING THE PERSON WHO NEEDS HIM MOST. RICH IN COLOR, HUMOR AND THE ADVENTUROUS FRONTIER EXPERIENCE OF THE MISSISSIPPI, THIS GREAT NOVEL VIVIDLY RECREATED THE WORLD, THE PEOPLE AND THE LANGUAGE THAT MARK TWAIN KNEW AND LOVED FROM HIS OWN YEARS ON THE RIVERBOATS. "ALL MODERN AMERICAN LITERATURE COMES FROM ONE BOOK BY MARK TWAIN CALLED HUCKLEBERRY FINN."
  • "A young boy and a fugitive slave have adventures on the Mississippi."@en
  • ""The classic boyhood adventure tale, updated with a new introduction by noted Mark Twain scholar R. Kent Rasmussen In recent years, neither the persistent effort to "clean up" the racial epithets in Mark Twain's Adventures of Huckleberry Finn nor its consistent use in the classroom have diminished, highlighting the novel's wide-ranging influence and its continued importance in American society. An incomparable adventure story, it is a vignette of a turbulent, yet hopeful epoch in American history, defining the experience of a nation in voices often satirical, but always authentic"--"
  • "Contains the 1855 text of Mark Twain's "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," including several of its illustrations, and presents twenty critical essays as examples of the controversy the novel has generated."@en
  • "Presents the adventures of a boy and a runaway slave as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft."
  • "Follow the adventures of Huckleberrty Finn and his friend Jim, a runway slave, as together they float down the Mississippi River."@en
  • "Book Description: Mark Twain created one of America's best-loved fictional characters in Huckleberry Finn. Recounting the exploits of the imaginative adolescent as he and the runaway slave, Jim, raft down the Mississippi River, Twain ultimately addresses far deeper themes - man's inhumanity to man and the hypocrisy of conventional values."
  • "Huckleberry Finn had a tough life with his drunk father until an adventure with Tom Sawyer changed everything. But when Huck's dad returns and kidnaps him, he must escape down the Mississippi river with runaway slave, Jim. They encounter trouble at every turn, from floods and gunfights to armed bandits and the long arm of the law. Through it all the friends stick together - but can Huck and Tom free Jim from slavery once and for all?"@en
  • "Follows Huckleberry Finn's adventures along the Mississippi River with Jim, a runaway slave."@en
  • "Huck Finn enjoys adventures daily as he gets into all sorts of mischief in his hometown of Hannibal and beyond as he travels down the Mississippi."@en
  • "A homeless boy's adventures."@en
  • "Mark Twain's classic novel vividly recreates the world he knew and loved from his years as a Mississippi riverboat captain. Huck must live by his wiles, his wits and at times, by petty thievery. But the day he encounters Jim, a runaway slave, he finds friendship, acceptance, and responsibility for the first time. The story of the two outcasts and their flight down the Mississippi on a raft is exciting and moving."@en
  • "Huck, escaping from his father, who had imprisoned him in a lonely cabin, meets Jim, a runaway slave, on Jackson's Island on the Mississippi River. Together they float down the Mississippi."@en
  • "A mischievous youth encounters a runaway slave and together they travel down the Mississippi in search of adventure, in the classic novel accompanied by essays by Van Wyck Brooks and Carl Van Doren."@en
  • "Provides prereading activities, writing ideas, and critical thinking questions for the book by Mark Twain."@en
  • "Huckleberry Finn had a tough life with his drunk father until an adventure with Tom Sawyer changed everything. But when Huck's dad returns and kidnaps him, he must escape down the Mississippi River with runaway slave, Jim. They encounter trouble at every turn, from floods and gunfights to armed bandits and the long arm of the law. Through it all the friends stick together. But can Huck and Tom free Jim from slavery once and for all?"@en
  • "A mischievous youth encounters a runaway slave and together they travel down the Mississippi in search of adventure, in the classic novel accompanied by essays by Van Wyck Brooks and Carl Van Doren."
  • "Huckleberry Finn had a tough life with his drunk father until an adventure with Tom Sawyer changed everything. But when Huck's dad returns and kidnaps him, he must escape down the Mississippi river with runaway slave, Jim. They encounter trouble at every turn, from floods and gunfights to armed bandits and the long arm of the law. Through it all the friends stick together - but can Huck and Tom free Jim from slavery once and for all? With an inspirational introduction by Darren Shan, "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" is one of the twelve wonderful classic stories being relaunched in "Puffin Classics" in March 2008."
  • "Climb aboard the raft with Huck and Jim and drift away from the sivilized life and into a world of adventure, excitement, danger, and self-discovery. Huck's shrewd and humorous narrative is complemented by lyrical descriptions of the Mississippi valley and a sparkling cast of memorable characters."
  • "A young boy living in mid-nineteenth century Missouri relates the many adventures that he and his friend Jim, an escaped slave, experience as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft."
  • "A young boy living in mid-nineteenth century Missouri relates the many adventures that he and his friend Jim, an escaped slave, experience as they travel down the Mississippi River on a raft."@en
  • "Mark Twain photograph and signature courtesty of the Mark Twain Memorial."@en
  • "Huckleberry Finn, Tom Sawyer's best friend, escapes down the Mississippi on a raft with the runaway slave, Jim. One of the iconic American novels, it caused a stir when published because of the vernacular used by Twain to characterize Jim and the people of the Mississippi. Twain's criticism of racial segregation and the treatment of slaves was thrown into turbulent criticisms at the turn of the century however, when he himself was accused of racist stereotyping and frequent use of the word "nigger""

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  • "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn : Tom Sawyer's comrade : scene, the Mississippi Valley, time, forty to fifty years ago"
  • "The adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer's comrade) by Mark Twain [pseud.]"@en
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  • "ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN"
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  • "Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn"@en
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  • "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer's Comrade)"@en
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  • "ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN (TOM SAWYER'S COMRADE)"
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  • "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer's comrade) scene ; the Mississippi valley, time ; forty to fifty years ago"
  • "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn = (las aventuras de Huckleberry Finn)"
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  • "The adventures of Huckleberry Finn : (Tom Sawyer's comrade) : scene, the Mississippi Valley : time, forty to fifty years ago"
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