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Las aventuras de Huckleberry Finn

Las aventuras de Huckleberry Finn

de

Mark Twain

La Viuda Douglas

Mientras su hermana, la señorita Watson, parece un disco rayado de quejas, la viuda es un poco más compasiva hacia Huck. Al final de Las Aventuras de Tom Sawyer (la novela anterior), la viuda protege a Huck y promete civilizarlo, que es donde esta novela comienza. Es una mujer dura, pero le transmite valor a Huck con sus reglas estrictas. Huck la respeta sinceramente, y quiere agradarle. Aún después de haberse escapado, siempre considera las opiniones de la viuda Douglas antes de actuar.

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