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Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

by

Mark Twain

 Table of Contents

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Character Quotes

Huckleberry Finn Quotes

Huck Finn Video Huckleberry may have $6,000 and a laissez faire attitude toward showing up to school, but we're not about to switch places with him. This is one kid with a serious ethical dilem...

Jim Quotes

Jim is a slave. For most people living in the pre-Civil War South, that's about all there is to know. Who cares about a slave's motivations, or character, or background, or feelings? It would be li...

Tom Sawyer Quotes

We first met Tom in Mark Twain's previous book, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Tom Sawyer is Huck's good friend, introduced in a previous book by Mark Twain, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. And he is...

The Duke and The King Quotes

Sorry to disappoint you, but these aren't a real Duke and King. Nope. They're conmen who team up to bilk the gullible people of more than one riverside town.Of the two, the king is definitely the w...

Pap Quotes

Sure, Huck's father Pap may be an ignorant, abusive, alcoholic racist who beats his son and extorts whiskey money from him, but he's not all bad. He's got some really redeeming qualities—like…L...

The Widow Douglas Quotes

We don't see much of the Widow Douglass, but we get the feeling she's a nice lady. She takes Huck under her wing and promises to civilize him, which maybe not be what he wants but, by the standards...

Buck Grangerford Quotes

Move over, Tom: Huck has a new BFF. Buck and Huck become pals the second they meet, partly because Buck's a friendly guy: Say, how long are you going to stay here? You got to stay always. We can ju...

Silas and Sally Phelps Quotes

Small world: the king (who? check out his "Character Analysis") just so happens to sell Jim to Tom's aunt and uncle. Aunt Sally and Uncle Silas are good-natured and hospitable southern folk with lo...

The Wilks Family Quotes

The Wilks family is the target of one of the duke and the king's most conniving scams. The two cons learn from a local young man that Peter Wilks, a fairly wealthy local tanner, has just passed awa...
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