The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
By: Mark Twain
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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain is a book written in the late 1800's. Huckleberry Finn lived with Miss. Watson who tried to civilize him. But then, Pap comes back to try and take away Huck's money for a drink, a roll of the die, and a woman. Pap kidnappes Huck, and Huck doesn't mind so much because he doesn't have to do anything but swear, hunt, and do the occasional chore. What Huck can't deal with, however, is Pap's abusiveness. Huck fakes his own murder and runs away the very same night that one of Miss. Watson's slaves, Jim, runs away to escape from being sold. They meet on Jackson's island and embark on an adveture together. Huck has an internal struggle concerning the crime he's commiting by assisting Jim's escape, but his inner-self knows better. They save each other's lives several times and get themselves out of several close-calls.
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