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Twain, Mark.
New York : Bantam Dell, 2003
ISBN 0553210793
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Huck escapes from his abusive father and becomes friends with a slave named Jim. Jim is also running from cruel and atrocious treatment. They begin their journey along the Mississippi River. They are faced with many trials and tribulations and confront them with great honor and moral character.  (Angie Newsom, college student)
SUBJECTS:     Finn, Huckleberry (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
                        Boys -- Travel -- Fiction.
                        Mississippi River -- Fiction.
                        Adventure fiction.
                        Humorous fiction.

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