“The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” is one of Mark Twain’s best-known literary works. The story is devoted to Tom Sawyer’s best friend, homeless boy Huckleberry Finn who runs away from his brutal father-drunkard to the desert island. Here he quite unexpectedly meets up a fugitive slave Jim — the noblest character of the book. They travel together on the raft along the Mississippi. Unlooked-for adventures and dangerous trials are awaiting for them, but unselfishness, kindness, and loyalty to friendship help them stand out in complicated circumstances. The book is full of profound respect for a man, love for life and teaches to live according to simple, eternal laws of justice and humanity.
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