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Mintz, Steven. “Rethinking Huck.” History Now: Books that Changed History. The Gilder
Lehrman Institute of American History. Retrieved online August 29, 2016
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Who doesn’t love a book that tells a story of a great adventure? That is why I like the novel Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain. It is generally agreed to be a classic work of American Literature and educators across the country teach it in Middle and High School classrooms.
Huckleberry Finn was first published in 1884 and it is a sequel to Twain’s first novel Tom Sawyer. In the book, Huckleberry Finn is the son of the town drunkard. Afraid that he will be sent away to a plantation to work, Huck, with the help of his best friend Tom Sawyer, to escape their hometown along the Mississippi River and on their journey find a runaway slave named Jim. The novel is all about their adventures and the two friends’ attempt to free Jim. I have always thought the story was wonderful and it reminds me of many things in the United States that people cherish: especially tolerance and justice for all.
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