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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn Series, Book 2

by Mark Twain
Tom Parker

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Huck Finn is an orphaned drifter who loves freedom more than respectability. He isn't above lying and stealing, but he faces a battle with his conscience when he meets up with a runaway slave named Jim, who provides him with his first experiences of love, acceptance, and a sense of responsibility.

The title character of this famous novel tells his own story in a straightforward narrative laced with shrewd, sharp comments on human nature. The boy's adventures along the Mississippi River provide a framework for a series of moral lessons, revelations of a corrupt society, and contrasts between innocence and hypocrisy. The colorful cast of characters—including the crafty grifters, the Duke and the King—help make this a memorable classic.


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Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Edition: Unabridged

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  • ISBN: 9781483088082
  • File size: 270386 KB
  • Release date: November 9, 2004
  • Duration: 09:22:32

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  • ISBN: 9781483088082
  • File size: 270386 KB
  • Release date: November 9, 2004
  • Duration: 09:22:32
  • Number of parts: 9


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Lexile® Measure: 660

Huck Finn is an orphaned drifter who loves freedom more than respectability. He isn't above lying and stealing, but he faces a battle with his conscience when he meets up with a runaway slave named Jim, who provides him with his first experiences of love, acceptance, and a sense of responsibility.

The title character of this famous novel tells his own story in a straightforward narrative laced with shrewd, sharp comments on human nature. The boy's adventures along the Mississippi River provide a framework for a series of moral lessons, revelations of a corrupt society, and contrasts between innocence and hypocrisy. The colorful cast of characters—including the crafty grifters, the Duke and the King—help make this a memorable classic.


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