Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Summary of Book
Review of the Book
Huck is a boy that is wild and not afraid of anything. He is cleaver and knows what to do when he gets into a bit of trouble. He has river smarts, which are like street smarts, but on a river.
Jim is a runaway slave that ran from a lady named Miss Watson. He is a strong man that all he wants is freedom. Jim also has river smarts, but his are better than Huck's because he is older and wiser.
Pap is Huck's dad and the reason that Huck ran away from home. He is the town drunk and nobody likes him. He was not in Huck's life until hew found out that Huck was going to come into some money and he wanted it. He made Huck use his own money to buy him alcohol because he was broke.
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Twain, Mark. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. New York: Random House, 1996. Print.