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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

ebook
"A GOLD MINE FOR SCHOLARS."
*Deidre Carmody
The New York Times
Now, in this extraordinary literary uncovering, the original first half of Mark Twain's American masterpiece is available for the first time ever to a general readership. Lost for more than a century, the passages reinstated in this edition reveal a novel even more controversial than the version Twain published in 1885 and provide an invaluable insight into his creative process. A breakthrough of unparalleled impact, this comprehensive edition of an American classic is the final rebuttal in the tireless debate of "what Twain really meant."
"[A] MASTERLY RESTORATION . . . I wish this new version of Huckleberry Finn would be distributed to all the nation's classrooms as the basic text and lead to a badly needed reconsideration of the questions it raises."
*James A. McPherson
Chicago Tribune
"THOUGHTFULLY RESPECTS TWAIN'S INTENTIONS."
*Gary Lee Stonum
The Cleveland Plain Dealer
With a Foreword and Addendum by Victor Doyno

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Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group

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  • ISBN: 9781101200049
  • Release date: March 27, 2008

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9781101200049
  • File size: 1563 KB
  • Release date: December 31, 2002

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English

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Text Difficulty:5

"A GOLD MINE FOR SCHOLARS."
*Deidre Carmody
The New York Times
Now, in this extraordinary literary uncovering, the original first half of Mark Twain's American masterpiece is available for the first time ever to a general readership. Lost for more than a century, the passages reinstated in this edition reveal a novel even more controversial than the version Twain published in 1885 and provide an invaluable insight into his creative process. A breakthrough of unparalleled impact, this comprehensive edition of an American classic is the final rebuttal in the tireless debate of "what Twain really meant."
"[A] MASTERLY RESTORATION . . . I wish this new version of Huckleberry Finn would be distributed to all the nation's classrooms as the basic text and lead to a badly needed reconsideration of the questions it raises."
*James A. McPherson
Chicago Tribune
"THOUGHTFULLY RESPECTS TWAIN'S INTENTIONS."
*Gary Lee Stonum
The Cleveland Plain Dealer
With a Foreword and Addendum by Victor Doyno

Expand title description text