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.
interesting read..but could't get past the "n" word so casually and often used. i knew to expect it..it was the times..but i tired of it. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Marge Salowich
I liked it it was interesing and jis full of 'ventur I tell ya, jis full o' it! Jim and Huck and Tom all so funny n coolPublished 8 days ago by Dawn
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 10 days ago by James C.