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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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Mark Twain's witty, satirical tale of childhood rebellion against hypocritical adult authority, the "Penguin Classics" edition of "The Adventures of ... Show synopsis

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  • 1. Trade paperback, Penguin Books, 1966

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Reviews of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Overall customer rating: 4.182
FanOfTimeLifeBooks

A Sophisticated Sequel to Tom Sawyer

by FanOfTimeLifeBooks on Aug 21, 2013

Published in the United States in 1885, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn portrays the continuing story of one of the main characters first introduced in Mark Twain's The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Wanting to escape his abusive father, Huck runs away. Huck is joined with Jim, a runaway slave who fears ... More

LorieC49

Huck Finn

by LorieC49 on Mar 3, 2011

Book in very good shape. Was sent out and arrived in great shape and promptly. Would recommend to anyone More

Maggie1

read it for a reason

by Maggie1 on Dec 29, 2009

I call this an onion (or parfait!) book, best understood by recognizing its layers. While many people "enjoy" Huck when they are children, it's best read by adults or teens with their eyes and ears open. Twain gives us harsh criticism of all American society, disguised as an adventure. The only ... More

dekesolomon

Huck & Jim's Serendipitous Salvation

by dekesolomon on Sep 27, 2009

Of all the endings possible for 'Huckleberry Finn,' only one would have made any sense. My own, uneducated guess is that Mark Twain didn't want (or didn't have the courage) to go that way, so he tacked on a resolution clapped together from maudlin slop and preposterous coincidence. When I put my mean ... More

Chiroptera

It's a Classic, Right?

by Chiroptera on Feb 26, 2009

Don't get me wrong, Twain's a good writer, but calling this book the foundation of American literature is perhaps going a bit far in the praise department. Twain's address of race and youth in pre-Civil War Mississippi is a thought-provoking message for adults, but this books maybe isn't the children ... More

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