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Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Author: Mark Twain; Barry Moser; Steve Renick
Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, ©1985.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
Pennyroyal-California ed. A young boy and an escaped slave float down the Mississippi River and have many adventures along the way.

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Genre/Form: Adventure stories
Humorous fiction
Children's books
Action and adventure fiction
Adventure fiction
Named Person: Huckleberry Finn, (Fictitious character); Huckleberry Finn, (Fictitious character)
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Twain; Barry Moser; Steve Renick
ISBN: 0520053389 9780520053380
OCLC Number: 11585819
Description: xxxi, 417 pages, 45 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: The Life of Mark Twain --
Discover Moses and the Bulrushers --
Our Gang's Dark Oath --
We Ambuscade the A-rabs --
The Hair-ball Oracle --
Pap Starts in on a New Life --
Pap Struggles with the Death Angel --
I Fool. Pap and Get Away --
I Spare Miss Watson's Jim --
The House of Death Floats By --
What Comes of Handlin Snake-skin --
They're After Us! --
"Better Let Blame Well Alone" --
Honest Loot from the "Walter Scott" --
Was Solomon Wise? --
Fooling Poor Old Jim --
The Rattlesnake-skin Does Its Work --
The Grangerfords Take Me In --
Why Harney Rode Away for His Hat --
The Duke and the Dauphin Come Aboard --
What Royalty Did to Parkville --
An Arkansas Difficulty --
Why the Lynching Bee Failed --
The Orneriness of Kings --
The King Turns Parson --
All Full of Tears and Flapdoodle --
I Steal the King's Plunder --
Dead Peter Has His Gold --
Overreaching Don't Pay --
I Light Out in the Storm --
The Gold Saves the Thieves --
You Can't Pray a Lie --
I Have a New Name --
The Pitiful Ending of Royalty --
We Cheer Up Jim --
Dark, Deep-Laid Plans --
Trying to Help Jim --
Jim Gets His Witch Pie --
"Here a Captive Heart Busted" --
Tom Writes Nonnamous Letters --
A Mixed-up and Splendid Rescue --
"Must 'a' Been Sperits" --
Why They Didn't Hang Jim.
Responsibility: Mark Twain ; illustrated by Barry Moser ; foreword by Henry Nash Smith.
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A paperback edition of this novel, which includes previously unpublished episodes from the original version, dealing with the racial and social discriminations of the time. Contains introductions by  Read more...


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