ISBN 9788184003956,Amreekandesi: Masters Of America

Amreekandesi: Masters Of America


Random House



Random House

Publication Year 2013

ISBN 9788184003956

ISBN-10 8184003951


Number of Pages 318 Pages
Language (English)

ELT literature & fiction readers

Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn Follow The Exploits Of Tom Sawyer'S Closest Friend, Huckleberry 'Huck' Finn, The Son Of The Town Drunk, Who Is Placed Under The Benign Guardianship Of Widow Douglas. Although Life At The Widow'S House Is Comfortable, Huck Finds Her Attempts To Civilize Him Infuriating. And When His Abusive Father Turns Up To Make Trouble, Huck Decides He'S Had Enough. He Runs Away And Sets Off Down The Mississippi River. En Route, He Meets Jim, The Escaped Slave Of Widow Douglas, And Forges An Unlikely Friendship With Him. As They Sail Down The River Together, They Encounter A Strange Cast Of Characters--Thieves, Bandits And Feuding Families. And When He Is Captured, Huck Must Enlist The Support Of His Old Comrade Tom To Rescue His New Friend. Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn Is Not Just One Of The Most Brilliant Adventure Stories Ever Written, It Is Also A Wonderfully Detailed Portrait Of Nineteenth-Century America. About The Author Mark Twain (1835-1910) Was An American Writer And Humorist Born In Florida, Missouri. His Books Include The Classics The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer And Life On The Mississippi.