An unforgettable story of a boy's adventures in the Mississippi Valley, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn will captivate listeners of all ages with its vivid recreation of the history, the people, and the language of the nineteenth-century American South.
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by Mark Twain
by John Hersey
by Howard Fast
by Robert Van Gulik
"Listeners are becoming more and more discriminating about the fidelity of the audio production, as well as the artistry of the reading performance. Norman Dietz's 1991 interpretation is at a listenable speed, and Recorded Books' acclaimed level of audio fidelity is definitely present. The immediacy of the voice produces an intimacy with the story. Dietz does not merely read; he interprets and gives life to the story. He portrays a very sympathetic and believable Huckleberry. His other vocal characterizations, however, particularly the real Phelps brother and the slave Jim, could be more realistic. Norman Dietz's professional performance offers us interpretive substance through his credible and kind Huckleberry. P.W. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine"
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