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Huckleberry Finn

             Yohan Ladder Edition / published April 1990, 5th printing .
             May 1996, Copyright 1990 by Yohan Publications, Inc. .
             Adapted by Dian Gruenstein and Chiranjiv Singh, 92P, Section: Low intermediate level, 17.5cm, ISBN: 4-89684-300-2 .
             Huck: A runaway boy from an abusive, alcoholic father, the main character of the story. Huck is strong and clever. He is also honest and brave. He would put himself in danger just to help someone.
             Jim: A runaway slave, Jim tagged along with Huck to free himself and his family. Jim is friendly and at times had to hide from his capturers. Jim trusted Huck and they are very good friends. They are from the same hometown.
             Duke and King: Two con artists, they are very wicked and mean. They were saved from death by Huck and Jim. But later they tried to use Huck and Jim to rob a funeral, but they were soon arrested.
             Tom: A friend from Huck's and Jim's hometown. He is a good kid but at times can be foolish and untruthful. He learned of Jim's freedom, and Huck's father's death but refused to tell them in order to have a little fun. .
             The story of Huckleberry Finn took place around the 1890's, in a poor country town along the Mississippi River. The Mississippi River played a big role in the story.
             This story is by Mark Twain, my American Literature teacher's cousin, Mark Twain is famous for the novel: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. In this story Huck is the main character. Huckleberry Finn is the sequel of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. These book were written for kids who like adventures. However, I think older people can also enjoy reading Huckleberry Finn. This is because it has a hidden theme. The hidden theme has to do with a boy named Jim who is black, and had to run away from his owner, it shows how cruel the society is. The story of Huckleberry Finn can be separated into 5 sections. .
             Section 1: Huck's father took him away from Widow Douglas who has taken him as a son to teach him good manners.

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