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Having the wrong edition of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn the chapters I read were 1-14 of the Dover-Thrift Edition.

Sneaking out of the house, playing robbers with the boys, being locked up by his dad, finding a way out, the list goes on and on.

When Huck wakes up on the canoe he is a little lost for a moment but then he looks around and realizes where he is and describes what he sees

"Everything was dead quiet, and it looked late, and smelt late. You know what I mean - I don't know the words to put it in."(Twain 26)

Twain paints such detailed pictures and this is one that was so detailed that it couldn't be described. This book is so powerful and it moves along so well.

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