Inviting readers to participate in literary debate, this important case study of Mark Twain's celebrated novel reprints the 1885 first edition along with critical essays on the major controversies surrounding the novel today. The eighteen essays center on three current critical questions about Huckleberry Finn: Is the ending a success or a failure? Is the text racist? What role do gender and sexuality play in the work? The novel and the essays are supported by distinctive editorial material that helps readers grapple not ...

Huck Finn 2013, Createspace

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Huck Finn 2013, Createspace

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Huck Finn 1995, St. Martin's Press

ISBN-13: 9780312144647

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Huck Finn 1989, Chelsea House Publications, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780791009406

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