Twain, Mark: The adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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Mark Twain - The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn The book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn written by Mark Twain is about Huck Finn´s journey down the Mississippi. Huck lives at the Widow Douglas, who has adopted him; but soon he is fed up with his life there. But then his friend Tom Sawyer tells him that he is going to start a band of robbers and that he has to stay. One day Huck´s violent father comes to the widow´s house and takes him to his little cabin deep in the forest. He has no chance to run away as his father locks the door every time he leaves. Some days later Huck finds a canoe on the river and sees his chance of escaping from his father: when his father has left to town he makes a hole in the wall of the cabin to get out and makes everything appear as if robbers had killed him and pushed him into a lake near the cabin. Then he leaves to Jackson´s Island with his canoe, an uninhabited island in the Mississippi. On the island Huck meets Jim, a slave who has run away from his owner Miss Watson because she has wanted to sell him. After a heavy storm Huck and Jim see a cabin floating down the river. They find some useful things and Jim finds the dead body of Huck´s father in it, but he does not tell Huck. As Huck becomes very bored after a few days on the island, he decides to go to the mainland and - dressed as a girl - to find out what is going on. A woman in the woods tells him that there is a reward of three hundred dollars for a runaway slave and that her ...

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