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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark TwainClassic adventure yarn set in the American South. Huck Finn yearns for freedom. He’s lectured by well-meaning guardians and beaten by his drunken father. So he fakes his own murder and takes off down the Mississippi in a stolen canoe. He runs into Jim, a runaway slave, and together they encounter murderers, con men, feuding families and freak weather conditions.

Huck is a beguiling narrator with a troubled conscience. Should he help Jim escape or turn him in? Huck’s wavering moral compass exposes the values of the time: a time when one man’s life was the property of another.

A vivid tale.

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