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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.
This is a rich piece of literature that accurately displayed a historical time period. Jim and Huck have a complex relationship that surprises readers several times throughout the... Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Kristen
A classic! Loved it as a kid, love it more now! For those who think it should be expurgated, please read it as a historical document. It is NOT promoting racism. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by D. L. Yuen
Was in great condition. Was what me daughters needed for school.Published 1 day ago by Christy Lee Sanchez
I hate this book so much. It was pure pain and torture. I will never read any of these books again!Published 6 days ago by Gerald Zimmerman
Although I read Tom Sawyer as a child, someone told me that Huckleberry Finn was not good, and so I never read it. The recent Ken Burns programs on Mark Twain spiked my interest. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Mary D.