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       The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer's Comrade), p.1

           Mark Twain
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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyers Comrade)


  Produced by James Adcock. Special thanks to The InternetArchive: American Libraries.

  Photo of the Author with Signature "S. L. Clemens"]

  THE ADVENTURES

  OF

  HUCKLEBERRY FINN

  (TOM SAWYER'S COMRADE)

  SCENE: The Mississippi Valley TIME: Forty to Fifty Years Ago

  By Mark Twain

  ILLUSTRATED

  _NEW EDITION FROM NEW PLATES_

  HARPER & BROTHERS PUBLISHERS

  NEW YORK AND LONDON

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  Books by MARK TWAIN

  ST. JOAN OF ARC THE INNOCENTS ABROAD ROUGHING IT THE GILDED AGE A TRAMP ABROAD FOLLOWING THE EQUATOR PUDD'NHEAD WILSON SKETCHES NEW AND OLD THE AMERICAN CLAIMANT CHRISTIAN SCIENCE A CONNECTICUT YANKEE AT THE COURT OF KING ARTHUR THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF JOAN OF ARC LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI THE MAN THAT CORRUPTED HADLEYBURG THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER THE $30,000 BEQUEST THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER TOM SAWYER ABROAD WHAT IS MAN? THE MYSTERIOUS STRANGER ADAM'S DIARY A DOG'S TALE A DOUBLE-BARRELED DETECTIVE STORY EDITORIAL WILD OATS EVE'S DIARY IN DEFENSE OF HARRIET SHELLY AND OTHER ESSAYS IS SHAKESPEARE DEAD? CAPT. STORMFIELD'S VISIT TO HEAVEN A HORSE'S TALE THE JUMPING FROG THE 1,000,000 POUND BANK-NOTE TRAVELS AT HOME TRAVELS IN HISTORY MARK TWAIN'S LETTERS MARK TWAIN'S SPEECHES

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  HARPER & BROTHERS, NEW YORK [Established 1817]

  The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ----- Copyright, 1884. by Samuel L. Clemens ----- Copyright. 1896 and 1899. by Harper & Brothers ----- Copyright. 1912, by Clara Gabrilowitsch ----- Printed in the United States of America

  CONTENTS

  Chap. Notice Explanatory I. I Discover Moses and the Bulrushers. II. Our Gang's Dark Oath III. We Ambuscade the A-rabs IV. The Hair-ball Oracle V. Pap Starts in on a New Life VI. Pap Struggles with the Death Angel VII. I Fool Pap and Get Away VIII. I Spare Miss Watson's Jim IX. The House of Death Floats By X. What Comes of Handlin' Snake-skin XI. They're After Us! XII. "Better Let Blame Well Alone" XIII. Honest Loot from the "Walter Scott" XIV. Was Solomon Wise? XV. Fooling Poor Old Jim XVI. The Rattlesnake-skin Does Its Work XVII. The Grangerfords Take Me In XVIII. Why Harney Rode Away for His Hat XIX. The Duke and the Dauphin Come Aboard XX. What Royalty Did to Parkville XXI. An Arkansaw Difficulty XXII. Why the Lynching Bee Failed XXIII. The Orneriness of Kings XXIV. The King Turns Parson XXV. All Full of Tears and Flapdoodle XXVI. I Steal the King's Plunder XXVII. Dead Peter has His Gold XXVIII. Overreaching Don't Pay XXIX. I Light Out in the Storm XXX. The Gold Saves the Thieves XXXI. You Can't Pray a Lie XXXII. I Have a New Name XXXIII. The Pitiful Ending of Royalty XXXIV. We Cheer Up Jim XXXV. Dark, Deep-laid Plans XXXVI. Trying to Help Jim XXXVII. Jim Gets His Witch-pie XXXVIII. "Here a Captive Heart Busted" XXXIX. Tom Writes Nonnamous Letters XL. A Mixed-up and Splendid Rescue XLI. "Must 'a' Been Sperits" XLII. Why They Didn't Hang Jim Chapter the Last. Nothing More to Write

  ILLUSTRATIONS

  Portrait of the Author Huckleberry Finn "'Gimme a Chaw'" Tom Advises a Witch Pie

  NOTICE

  Persons attempting to find a motive in this narrative will beprosecuted; persons attempting to find a moral in it will be banished;persons attempting to find a plot in it will be shot.

  By Order of the Author, Per G. G., Chief of Ordnance.

 
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