The adventures of Huckleberry Finn [text (large print)] / Mark Twain.

Authors: Twain, Mark, 1835-1910.
Call number: jLT FIC TWA
Publisher: Waterville, ME : Thorndike Press, [2005?]
Publication date: [2005?]
Subject: Finn, Huckleberry (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile fiction.
Runaway children -- Juvenile fiction.
Male friendship -- Juvenile fiction.
Fugitive slaves -- Juvenile fiction.
Race relations -- Juvenile fiction.
Boys -- Juvenile fiction.
Large type books.
Mississippi River -- Juvenile fiction.
Missouri -- Juvenile fiction.
Series title: Thorndike Press large print classics.
Title: The adventures of Huckleberry Finn [text (large print)] / Mark Twain.
Physical description: 525 p. (large print) ; 23 cm.
Contents note: Notice -- Explanatory -- I discover Moses and the bulrushers -- Our gang's dark oath -- We ambuscade the A-rabs -- Hair-ball oracle -- Pap starts in on a new life -- Pap struggle with the death angel -- I fool Pap and get away -- I spare Miss Watson's Jim -- House of death floats by -- What comes of handlin snake-skin -- They're after us! -- Better let blame well alone -- Honest loot from the Walter Scott -- Was Solomon Wise? -- Fooling poor old Jim -- Rattlesnake-skin does its work -- Grangerfords take me in -- Why Harney rode away for his hat -- Duke and the dauphin come aboard -- What royalty did to Parkville -- Arkansaw difficulty -- Why the lynching bee failed -- Orneriness of kings -- King turns parson -- All full of tears and flapdoodle -- I steal the king's plunder -- Dead Peter has his gold -- Overreaching don't pay -- I light out in the storm -- Gold save the thieves -- You can't pray a lie -- I have a new name -- Pitiful ending of royalty -- We cheer up Jim -- Dark, deep-laid plans -- Trying to help Jim -- Jim gets his witch pie -- Here a captive heart busted -- Tom writes nonnamous letters -- Mixed-up and splendid rescue -- Must a been sperits -- Why they didn't hand Jim -- Chapter the last-nothing more to write.
Summary note: Book Description: Mark Twain created one of America's best-loved fictional characters in Huckleberry Finn. Recounting the exploits of the imaginative adolescent as he and the runaway slave, Jim, raft down the Mississippi River, Twain ultimately addresses far deeper themes - man's inhumanity to man and the hypocrisy of conventional values.
Genre: Action and adventure fiction.
Humorous fiction.
ISBN: 078381609X (lg. print : hc : alk. paper)
9780783816098 (lg. print : hc : alk. paper)
0786274883 (lg. print : hc : alk. paper)
9780786274888 (lg. print : hc : alk. paper)
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