The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
By Mark Twain
“I fetched the pig in, and took him back nearly to the table and hacked into his throat with the axe, and laid him down on the ground to bleed; I say ground because it was ground—hard packed, and no boards. Well, next I took an old sack and put a lot of big rocks in it—all I could drag—and I started it from the pig, and dragged it to the door and through the woods down to the river and dumped it in, and down it sunk, out of sight. You could easy see that something had been dragged over the ground.”
I enjoyed this passage because it displays some of the cleverness and cunning that Huck possesses.
The "Duke" and "Dauphin"
Widow Douglas and Miss Watson
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