From Publishers Weekly
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With this novel Mark Twain confidently changed the way Americans read as well as viewed literature.
A great classic, this is the story of Huck Finn and his adventures rafting down the Mississippi with Jim, a runaway slave.
Sometimes the dialect makes this book difficult to read, but it is also part of the charm of the novel.
enjoyed the book very much I like the way he wrapped it up hard being a slave back thenThank God times have changed and thank God for Mark TwainPublished 1 day ago by James C.
Huck Finn is definitely an American classic that I did enjoy reading, but at the same time, still feel quite unsure about it. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Andy Li
Enjoyed this book again, love classics. Much more to think about with second reading and as an adult.Published 8 days ago by Rosemary Savisky