Originally published in 1884, "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" is the journey of a young boy down the Mississippi River. Huck encounters thieves, murders, and various adventures. The book has also encountered censorship...
by Mark Twain. Michael Patrick Hearn (Editor). E.W. Kemble (Illustrator). W.W. Norton & Company. Hearn writes, "Anyone who dares write about 'Adventures of Huckleberry Finn' must consider the vast and rich critical heritage of Mark Twain and his work." This book provides a comprehensive look at Twain's great and controversial work, with rare photographs, drawings, prints, cartoons, maps, and more.
by Mark Twain. Brilliance. This unabridged audiobook collection offers the story of Huckleberry Finn and his trip down the Mississippi River with Jim. "This giant work, in addition to entertaining boys and girls for generations, has defined the first-person novel in America, and continues to demand study, inspire reverence and stir controversy in our time."
by Carl F. Wieck. University of Georgia Press. The author "harbors the hope that the reader of this collection will discover ideas, feelings, and perceptions that can kindle enthusiasm for the enlivening experience that the hours spent with 'Huckleberry Finn' can provide." This book explores Mark Twain in his time, in relation to his book, etc.
by Mark Twain, and Emory Elliot (Editor). Oxford. Editor Emory Elliot writes, "For much of this century leading writers, literary critics, and general readers have proclaimed 'Adventures of Huckleberry Finn' to be the great American novel." His introduction offers an important view into Twain's famous work.
by Mark Twain, Victor Fischer, and Walter Blair (Editor). University of California Press. This edition utilizes the original manuscript of Mark Twain's classic novel. Read more about the process in "Notes on the Text."
by Claudia Durst Johnson. Greenwood Publishing Group. Explore the background behind Twain's "Huckleberry Finn" with historical documents, commentary, and other works for further study. Sections include: "Literary Analysis: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Forms of Enslavement," "Unfit for Children: Censorship and Race," "Mark Twain's Mississippi Valley," and more.
by James S. Leonard (Editor), Thomas A. Tenney (Editor), and Thadious M. Davis. Duke University Press. This book includes essays by Mary Kemp Davis, Peaches Henry, Betty H. Jones, Carmen Subryan, John H. Wallace, and Fredrick Woodard, Donnarae MacCann, and others. These writers explore the significance of this novel.
by Stuart Hutchinson (Editor). Columbia University Press. This book includes criticism by by William Dean Howells, T. S. Eliot, Leslie Fiedler, Ralph Ellison, Norman Mailer, and Toni Morrison. Chapters include: "Introduction," "Contemporary Reviews," "Twentieth Century Criticism," "Dates of Composition," and more.
by Harold Bloom and William Golding
. Chelsea House Publishers. This book collects literary essays about "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn."
by Mark Twain. Naxos Audiobook. This audiobook collection includes the music of Janácek and Kvandal. This abridged work is read by Garrick Hagon.