Huckleberry Finn has just been adopted by the Widow Douglass and her sister, and both are committed to changing Huck's "uncivilized" ways. Clean clothes, good manners, and steady church and school attendance are more than Huck can take. But when he is kidnapped by his drunken father, Huck's return to life without rules doesn't seem much better. He escapes and meets Jim, a runaway slave, and together the two travel the Mississippi River on a raft, heading toward Jim's freedom. This unabridged version of Mark Twain's classic American tale—a follow-up to The Adventures of Tom Sawyer—is taken from the 1885 copyright edition and includes original illustrations by Edward W. Kemble.
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by Mark Twain
by Robert Louis Stevenson
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