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Mark Twain's classic adventure story of life on the Mississippi.
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"All modern American literature comes from one book by Mark Twain called Huckleberry Finn". Così diceva Ernest Hemingway. Aveva maledettamente ragione. Un'avventura, un libro eccezionale. Soprattutto se, come me, adorate la letteratura americana....Continua
I know it's a classic for youth and it has been written more than a century ago, but I forund it a little bit demanding. Difficult from the start, mostly because of the abundant use of spoken dialects, partly because the plot itself was difficult to follow (too much adventure). But it was worth reading, becuase it gives a good picture of the Deep South....Continua
One of the most intriguing, funny, amazing book I have ever read!!!!
I had to use my will power to finish the book. I am not saying that the story on the whole is horrible but I found it so dragging. I do understand it has a historic importance but for me it was more like reading a study book then a book to look forward during the day to read....Continua