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Adventures of
Huckleberry
Finn
By Robert Bruce, Ph.D.IN THIS BOOK
Learn about the Life and Background of the Author
Preview an Introduction to the Novel
Study a graphical Character Map
Explore themes and literary devices in the Critical Commentaries
Examine in-depth Character Analyses
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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Table off Contents iii
  • How to Use This Book vi
  • Life and Background of the Author 1
  • Introduction to the Novel 9
  • Critical Commentaries 20
  • Notice; Explanatory 21
  • Chapter 1 22
  • Chapter 2 25
  • Chapter 3 28
  • Chapter 4 30
  • Chapters 5 and 6 32
  • Chapter 7 34
  • Chapter 8 36
  • Chapters 9 and 10 38
  • Chapter 11 40
  • Chapters 12 and 13 42
  • Chapter 14 44
  • Chapters 15 and 16 46
  • Chapters 17 and 18 49
  • Chapters 19 and 20 52
  • Chapters 21, 22, and 23 55
  • Chapter 24 58
  • Chapters 25 and 26 60
  • Chapters 27 and 28 62
  • Chapters 29 and 30 64
  • Chapter 31 66
  • Chapters 32 and 33 68
  • Chapters 34 and 35 71
  • Chapters 36, 37, and 38 73
  • Chapters 39 and 40 75
  • Chapters 41 and 42 77
  • Chapter the Last 79
  • Character Analyses 80
  • Critical Essays 85
  • CliffsNotes Review 91
  • CliffsNotes Resource Center 95
  • Index 99
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