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The adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
Describe Jim and Huck's journey down the river. Include events, name of the state where the event occurs and characters involved.
(from chpt.1 to 18)
Huck and Jim's journey starts when they have to run away from Jackson's Island. They travel
down the river during the night, watching the steamboats on the Missouri shore and hide and rest
during the day , to avoid to be seen by anyone. On the fifth night they pass near St. Louis, remaining
enchanted by all the lights and greatness. Once a while, they stop on the shore and go buying or
stealing food every now and then; Huck feels a lit…
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