Traces the history of ""The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"" from 1876 to its position in today's American culture. Approaching the novel from several different perspectives, the author reveals how Mark Twain's imagination worked and why the novel has affected so many people in so many curious ways.
Coming to Grips With Huckleberry Finn Essays on a Book, a Boy, and a Man
Paperback (30 Sep 1995)
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