- The 1902 edition.
- Contains all 174 original illustrations by EW Kemble.
- Fully searchable table of contents.
- Exquisitely formatted and presented in e-book form.
Mark Twain’s Great American Novel reunites us with the newly-rich Huckleberry ‘Huck’ Finn. Fleeing his Missouri town to evade his drunk father, Huck teams up with Jim, a slave who is also on the run.
Through their adventures in the Midwestern US of the 1830s or 40s, the novel powerfully blends humour with an exploration of race and identity that has made it one of the most celebrated books of its time.