Narrated by Huck Finn himself, this 1896 sequel to Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn , and Tom Sawyer Abroad finds the friends solving a murder case, in a send-up of the detective story that includes a rousing courthouse speech by Tom. One of his most popular stories during his lifetime, Twain claimed he based it on a real case. This edition also includes six of Twain's shorter works, including The Californian's Tale and Mental Telegraphy Again.
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BARNES & NOBLE
July 25, 2011
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