The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
By Mark Twain

      "More than any of his other novels, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is truly Mark Twain.  The robust humor, the irreverance, the spirit of adventure -- these are as much a part of Twain as they are of this novel.

      Yet beneath the irreverance, the humor, the power to entertain, Huck Finn is no simple entertainment.  In it, Twain dissected the very society he knew and of which he was part, and the evils he saw lent truth and perspective to Huck Finn's Mississippi River adventures."


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