The Classic Boyhood Adventure Tale, Updated With A New Introduction By Noted Mark Twain Scholar R Kent Rasmussen In Recent Years, Neither The Persistent Effort To Clean Up The Racial Epithets In Mark Twain S Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn Nor Its Consistent Use In The Classroom Have Diminished, Highlighting The Novel S Wide Ranging Influence And Its Continued Importance In American Society An Incomparable Adventure Story, It Is A Vignette Of A Turbulent, Yet Hopeful Epoch In American History, Defining The Experience Of A Nation In Voices Often Satirical, But Always Authentic Taken From Back Cover Of All The Contenders For The Title Of The Great American Novel, None Has A Better Claim Than Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn Written Against The Backdrop Of The Nation S Desire To Light Out And Expand Into The Promised Future Of The West, The Novel Stands As A Reminder Of The Difficulty Of Escaping Inherited Traditions Huck And Jim S Voyage Portrays A Turbulent Yet Hopeful Epoch In American History, Defining The Experience Of A Nation In Voices Often Satirical But Always Authentic By Turns Praised, Derided, Banned, And Celebrated, Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn Is Mark Twain S Enduring Masterpiece, An Incomparable Adventure Story, And A Classic Work Of American Humor.This Edition Features A New Introduction By Noted Mark Twain Scholar R Kent Rasmussen That Situates The Novel For A Contemporary Audience, And A Forward By Azar Nafisi, Author Of The Republic Of Imagination Cover Illustration Edward Kinsella III.
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- 345 pages
- The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
- Mark Twain
- 17 August 2018 Mark Twain