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The annotated Huckleberry Finn

Author: Mark Twain; Michael Patrick Hearn; E W Kemble
Publisher: New York ; London : W.W. Norton, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A sumptuous annotated edition of the great American novel.

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Genre/Form: Fiction
Named Person: Huckleberry Finn, (Fictitious character); Huckleberry Finn, (Fictitious character)
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Twain; Michael Patrick Hearn; E W Kemble
ISBN: 0393020398 9780393020397
OCLC Number: 47636936
Description: 512 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn --
Civilizing Huck --
Miss Watson --
Tom Sawyer Waits --
The Boys Escape Jim --
Tom Sawyer's Gang --
Deep-laid Plans --
A Good Going-over --
Grace Triumphant --
"One of Tom Sawyer's Lies" --
Huck and the Judge --
Superstition --
Huck's Father --
The Fond Parent --
Reform --
He Went for Judge Thatcher --
Huck Decides to Leave --
Political Economy --
Thrashing Around --
Laying for Him --
Locked in the Cabin --
Sinking the Body --
Resting --
Sleeping in the Woods --
Raising the Dead --
Exploring the Island --
Finding Jim --
Jim's Escape --
Signs --
"Balum" --
The Cave --
The Floating House --
The Find --
Old Hank Bunker --
In Disguise --
Huck and the Woman --
The Search --
Prevarication --
Going to Goshen --
Slow Navigation --
Borrowing Things --
Boarding the Wreck --
The Plotters --
Hunting for the Boat --
Escaping from the Wreck --
The Watchman --
Sinking --
A General Good Time --
The Harem --
French --
Huck Loses the Raft --
In the Fog --
Huck Finds the Raft --
Trash --
Expectations --
A White Lie --
Floating Currency --
Running by Cairo --
Swimming Ashore --
An Evening Call --
The Farm in Arkansaw --
Interior Decorations --
Stephen Dowling Bots --
Poetical Effusions --
Col. Grangerford --
Aristocracy --
Feuds --
The Testament --
Recovering the Raft --
The Woodpile --
Pork and Cabbage --
Tying Up Day-times --
An Astronomical Theory --
Running a Temperance Revival --
The Duke of Bridgewater --
The Troubles of Royalty --
Huck Explains --
Laying Out a Campaign --
Working the Campmeeting --
A Pirate at the Camp-meeting --
The Duke as a Printer --
Sword Exercise --
Hamlet's Soliloquy --
They Loafed Around Town --
A Lazy Town --
Old Boggs --
Dead --
Sherburn --
Attending the Circus --
Intoxication in the Ring --
The Thrilling Tragedy --
"Sold" --
Royal Comparisons --
Jim Gets Homesick --
Jim in Royal Robes --
They Take a Passenger --
Getting Information --
Family Grief --
Is It Them? --
Sing the "Doxolojer" --
Awful Square --
Funeral Orgies --
A Bad Investment --
A Pious King --
The King's Clergy --
She Asked His Pardon --
Hiding in the Room --
Huck Takes the Money --
The Funeral --
Satisfying Curiosity --
Suspicious of Huck --
Quick Sales and Small Profits --
The Trip to England --
"The Brute!" --
Mary Jane Decides to Leave --
Huck Parting with Mary Jane --
Mumps --
The Opposition Line --
Contested Relationship --
The King Explains the Loss --
A Question of Handwriting --
Digging Up the Corpse --
Huck Escapes --
The King Went for Him --
A Royal Row --
Powerful Mellow --
Ominous Plans --
News from Jim --
Old Recollections --
A Sheep Story --
Valuable Information --
Still and Sunday-like --
Mistaken Identity --
Up a Stump --
In a Dilemma --
A Nigger Stealer --
Southern Hospitality --
A Pretty Long Blessing --
Tar and Feathers --
The Hut by the Ash-hopper --
Outrageous --
Climbing the Lightning Rod --
Troubled with Witches --
Escaping Properly --
Dark Schemes --
Discrimination in Stealing --
A Deep Hole --
The Lighting Rod --
His Level Best --
A Bequest to Posterity --
A High Figure --
The Last Shirt --
Mooning Around --
Sailing Orders --
The Witch Pie --
The Coat of Arms --
A Skilled Superintendent --
Unpleasant Glory --
A Tearful Subject --
Rats --
Lively Bed-fellows --
The Straw Dummy --
Fishing --
The Vigilance Committee --
A Lively Run --
Jim Advises a Doctor --
The Doctor --
Uncle Silas --
Sister Hotchkiss --
Aunt Sally in Trouble --
Tom Sawyer Wounded --
The Doctor's Story --
Tom Confesses --
Aunt Polly Arrives --
"Hand Out Them Letters" --
Out of Bondage --
Paying the Captive --
Yours Truly, Huck Finn --
"Jim and the Dead Man" --
The "Raft Episode" --
An Unpublished Chapter --
"Give Us a Rest" --
The Corpse-Maker Crows --
"The Child of Calamity" --
They Both Weaken --
Little Davy Steps In --
After the Battle --
Ed's Adventures --
Something Queer --
A Haunted Barrel --
It Brings a Storm --
The Barrel Pursues --
Killed by Lightning --
Allbright Atones --
Ed Gets Mad --
Snake or Boy? --
"Snake Him Out" --
Some Lively Lying --
Off and Overboard.
Responsibility: Mark Twain ; annotated by Michael Patrick Hearn ; illustrated by E.W. Kemble.

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