|Main Author:||Twain, Mark, 1835-1910.|
Now that he is rich, everyone wants to civilise Huck Finn, but he decides that he cannot stand it; he stages his own murder and, with runaway slave Jim, goes booming down the Mississippi on a raft-free of clothes, school, money and other adult inventions-and the greatest adventure story in American literature begins.
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|Physical Description:||xi, 452 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Bibliography:||Bibliography: p. 451-452.|