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"The adventures of huckleberry finn" by Mark Twain.
Mark Twain wrote the novel, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. It spans approximately 240 pages and was chosen because it is part of the eleventh grade curriculum.
The book begins and takes place in St. Petersburg, Missouri, along the Mississippi River; the setting later changes depending on how far down the river they go. The time frame is the early to mid-nineteenth century. The main character, for which the book is named, is Huckleberry Finn: known as Huck Finn for short. Huck is a free-roaming spirit; however, his age does not allow for much freedom in the novel because he is consider…
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