Huckleberry Finn

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Finn, Huckleberry

19th-century picaresque teenager travels down the Mississippi on a raft. [Am. Lit.: Huckleberry Finn]

Finn, Huckleberry

after his supposed death, he dons a girl’s dress and goes into town to gain information. [Am. Lit.: Mark Twain Huckleberry Finn]

Finn, Huckleberry

refuses to turn in Jim, the fugitive slave. [Am. Lit.: Huckleberry Finn]

Finn, Huckleberry

mischievous, sharp-witted boy has many adventures. [Am. Lit.: Huckleberry Finn]

Finn, Huckleberry

his mother dead; his father dies toward end of novel. [Am. Lit.: Huckleberry Finn]
See: Orphan

Finn, Huckleberry

unconventional and resourceful runaway boy. [Am. Lit.: Huckleberry Finn]