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e-ARC Review: The Ballad of Huck and Miguel by Tim DeRoche

Blurb (as on Goodreads):

In this retelling of Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Tim DeRoche dares to imagine that Huck Finn is alive today. 365 more words

Book Review

The Power of Travel

Dorothy had her trek to the land of Oz. Huckleberry Finn journeyed through the antebellum south. Odysseus traveled home. So many of the greatest stories ever told are not just about the characters, they are about the distance being traveled and the hardships being overcome along the way. 480 more words

Life

The N Word and Huckleberry Finn

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, a book by Mark Twain, has been considered one of the greatest American novels of all time. The story takes place during the last few decades of government sanctioned slavery, where one of the main characters is a slave by the name of “Jim,” though he is referred to as “nigger” in the story. 600 more words

Writing

Huck Finn 5

  1. How do you evaluate the end?
  2. Does  knowledge of Jim’s freedom change the way we view Tom’s concept of adventure?
  3. What does Huck’s final decision to “light out for the territories” suggest?
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#T5W: Children's Books to Read as an Adult

Hello bookishfamily! It is Wednesday again, and you know what that means? Top 5 Wednesday! I’ve been skipping it in February as I was ungodly busy. 373 more words

Top 5 Wednesday

Huck Finn 4

  1. What signs do we see of Huck’s growth?
  2. How does he change by the end of the river journey?
  3. Chapter 31 marks the culmination of Huck’s moral growth as well as the end of the river journey. 
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Huck Finn 3

  1. What function do the Duke and the Dauphin serve?
  2. How do they allow Twain to comment on antebellum society?
  3. How do they affect life on the raft?
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