Mark Twain’s “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” is a novel first published in the United Kingdom in 1884, and is a direct sequel to Twain’s “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer”. What do you know about the book?
Mary Jane Wilks
A nobleman aand his assistant from England hired to find Huck and Jim
A con-man and conspirator wanting to trick people out of money
A man that masquerades as a king to sell hamburgers for Burger King
Huck's dad who he calls King and his dad's drinking buddy
Dispute over land
No one knows
He likes adventure
He didn't like to be confined
Scared of his father
Wanted to be with his best friend
His owner set him free in her will
He used his money to buy his freedom
He wasn't set free. He was actually caught and lynched for murder.
The Mississippi River
The Union-Pacific Railroad
They stole a horse and buggy and traveled through Missouri
They used the slave route called The Underground Railroad
Snuck into town and stole food from the townspeople
Made bets at the local market and cheated money from people in games
Disguised himself as a girl and tricked his way into stealing food
Asked his friend Tom to bring food and supplies.
He was captured and tied up
He was shot
He was jailed
He was knifed
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