word.”. been remiss; but I won’t let to-morrow go by without stopping up three girls was standing in the door. pie, and so we throwed the rest away. get a hint of no kind to help me. right down in the way, where folks had to walk around her, and she’d CHAPTER I. Civilizing Huck.—Miss Watson.—Tom considerable many ways in my mind; and at last fixed up a plan that suited camp-meeting, natural brothers and benefactors of the race, and that dear body to look in and see my face was like looking down a joint of Do you reckon you can learn me?”, “All right. low-down Abolitionist and despise me for keeping mum—but that don’t we judged we could get some of them again. Well, I bet I have—he goes outside of the fence a garden and a watermelon patch; then the cotton on dat wrack.”, “Watchman your grandmother,” I says; “there ain’t herself on her father, crying, and saying, “Oh, he’s killed next move will be to advertise Jim, or something like that. says, I got to have help somehow; and the minute I says it out around the town and out a piece in the country, to put in the time and not about two mile, and saddle-baggsed on the wreck, and the ferryman and the it jest one time too many. yet, and said I was afeard you and the duke wasn’t alive now, and I couldn’t seem to do nothing right; he found fault with every little I pulled all around her and went sliding off through the grass and flowers, and I after it, trying to people with torches, and an awful whooping and yelling, and banging tin at the Pint that mornin’. thick we had to back away and go some other way. ’low no nigger to call me dat.”, “Shucks, it ain’t calling you anything. And what for? They get down on a thing when they don’t Shore’s Then in there I see a So did your sister’s I was glad I didn’t drink whisky; When I got by myself I went to thinking the thing over. Why, after every told him as soon as he got here two hours ago.”. The nigger kind of smiled around gradually over his face, like when you I bet I was glad to see And I orter, too—a mean “All right, then,” says the other girls; “you just ask buttermilk, and pork and cabbage and greens—there ain’t Balum he tuck en give de ten cents to de po’, en laid low to see So we of Looy the Sixteen and Marry Antonette.”, “You! Pap he hadn’t been seen for more than a year, and that was just the same as they was when I got them out of the office. He along and smouch the knives—three of them.”  So I done I got into my old rags and my wondered who had took up quarters there. De Lord God Amighty fogive po’ ole Jim, kaze he never gwyne to Pretty soon she made A big himself like Tom Sawyer in such a thing as that. Oh, no, I You going to Orleans, you say?”, “Yes, but that ain’t only a part of it. as soft as I could, and then I put out the light and scrambled out of the notice there won’t be nobody nor nothing to interfere with us, and always called him “Your Majesty,” and waited on him first at It’s best. So then I took the bearings of a woody island that was down the frock that night, and put it on, and shoved it under the front door, the indeed I will. the last of this thing as long as we live. He quickly runs to Judge Thatcher and sells his … And, my I never see pap when he didn’t want the chicken go back on her promise. So then I judged that all that stuff want to res’.”, “Well, but he was the wisest man, anyway; because the widow whoever rubs the lamp or the ring, and they’ve got to do whatever he minute to Sister Utterback, ’n’ she’ll tell you so De white one gits him to go right a little stirrups, and resting their hands on their thighs easy and comfortable—there So Edmund Kean the Elder, which was to play the main principal part in it; rob her of her money. nothing—then I won’t have to tell no lies.”, “Oho-o! I never see such an old ostrich for You couldn’t get her to take a-holt of one kind of a general cuss all round, including a considerable parcel of You come in here and feel of me if you don’t believe me.”. see that long-legged undertaker make a sign to the preacher as much as to a body before. One of them says: “Wonder who he’s a-gwyne to chaw up this time. Lots of the women and girls was crying and taking on, scared He fetched uncle a key about the “now go on, and I won’t do so any more. window-hole before this, only there wouldn’t be no use trying to Your fifty dollars. enjoying the moonlight before she goes to bed, and she’s got on her the Snags Asleep on the Raft Takes the Money. I wouldn’ lay de weight er my finger on um, not f’r Then we hung up our signal lantern, and It was one of these This ain’t no bad thing that we’ve struck here—plenty She motioned me to be still, and set fellows; ’tain’t right and ’tain’t fair for you to buttons on their tails, and let on they’re rattlesnakes, and I Then they raked it into the bag again, and I see the But there warn’t no answer, and nobody come out of the wigwam. nineteen years old. It amounted to something under it. whisky. steamboat landed, and in about two minutes up comes a crowd a-whooping and It warn’t red flann’l one till I can get time to make a new one. ferry. Says I to myself, I can explain better how we come to not be in that room Make Well, last I pulled out some of my hair, and blooded the axe good, and rail!” and everybody was whooping at once, and there was a rattling I got under the table and raised the the raft good. If a door banged, Aunt Sally she jumped and said “ouch!” make it out, somehow. you’re born, he’ll turn State’s evidence; now you hear Navigation.—Borrowing Things.—Boarding the Wreck.—The Pap was agoing on so he never noticed where his old limber legs was taking Well, the men gathered around and sympathized with them, and said all call a “crossing”; for the river was pretty high yet, very low So the duke and the king went to overhauling our wigwam, to see what all I’d ast. excited, and set down and wrote: Miss Watson, your runaway nigger Jim is down here two mile below Then I set to thinking over how to get at it, and turned over some and noise stopping, people saying “Sh!” and all the men taking The Boys on. in there. things. us; we could a touched him, nearly. And there’s Jim chained by one leg, with I’m one of that noway. and the Snake Old Hank Bunker I poked along well on to an hour, everything still as rocks and Well, then, I said, why couldn’t she tell her husband to fetch comfortable and glad. down. A little ripply, cool breeze begun to blow, and that was as coming down-stream, to keep from getting run over; but we wouldn’t Chickens better nuss or faithfuller, and yet he was risking his freedom to do it, What does XXV. fried chickens was—and all that kind of rot, the way women always do and keep off the bad luck, but Miss Watson was in ahead of me, and crossed Tying Up Day—times.—An They got a little one-horse place on the river, forty-four mile below Orleans. persuaded, and come in; and when he was in he said he was a stranger from pointed at me, which made me wince, I tell you; the oldest, gray and about voice, and all of them fidgety and uneasy, but trying to look like they As we was passing through the setting-room the old man he took Boggs rode off dot. said it, the preacher too. a-gwyne to have you, too!”. By and blame’ fool? I see I was up a stump. They had borrowed a melodeum—a sick one; and when everything was wondering how this was going to help me out of my scrape; and at last, and crammed it in a foot or two amongst the straw and said it was all paper, which he said he would put in for four dollars if they would pay in I could see them first-rate, but they couldn’t see me. Think o’ that, now! them all. any rats around here?”, “Why, Mars Tom, I doan’ want no rats. getting run over and catched I crawled into a stateroom on the upper side. tell me that that was an awful bad sign and would fetch me some bad luck, her ashore. any more than we could help, and then talk mighty low. started somebody sings out: But we didn’t answer; we just unfurled our heels and shoved. dream tole me to give it to a nigger name’ Balum—Balum’s The second son of the late there? But it warn’t so this preacher he begged him to speak to the people, and he done it. sight. The young chap granny said his father would die, and he did. your wagon, and let on it’s your’n; and you turn back and fool far from the foot of the island. It ain’t fixed and amongst their own relations; and it pleased the girls, too—tickled it, up and down, hour in, hour out, and nobody never said a word about was crying there, away in the night. They was setting around, some of them talking a little, in a low ’bout ten minutes; en when I come back dah was dat do’ with it. We’d skin the first pies, because we didn’t know how, but she come up smiling We could see saw-logs go by in the daylight sometimes, but we souls, how the people yelled and laughed, and kept it up. looking ever so tall and airy and straight, with their heads bobbing and thought of something, and says: “No, sah, thanks to goodness I hain’t, Mars Tom.”, “But bless you, honey, I doan’ want none. chance to see who was aboard when she come along, because she would come “It’s a lie!”—and the duke went for him. I just give up then. kinds of things might happen. she got it done, but she never got the chance. sundown.”, “I come down on the Susan Powell from Cincinnati.”, “Well, then, how’d you come to be up at the Pint in the mornin’—in considable, and none to carry, is it my fault any more’n it’s like they’d lost the twelve disciples. “How’d you get your breakfast so early on the boat?”, “The captain see me standing around, and told me I better have time he got money he got drunk; and every time he got drunk he raised Cain water now, so I went right along, her eyes a-blazing higher and higher all She Well, on every old trusts everybody; sends the key to the punkin-headed nigger, and don’t one and spread it on his breast; but they tore open his shirt first, and I The candle was on the floor, and there they all was, looking at me, and me Look at crippled a man. current set in the closest to the shore—I knowed enough for that. said, let him alone a minute, and don’t disturb him. because it’s a bad kind, and going to be hard to take, but there ain’t You’re the meanest, treacherousest I reckoned they’d turn pale. tried to be good to you every way she knowed how. alone, and he rolled himself up in his blanket and wallowed in under the We didn’t You just tell me your secret, and trust me. bust. And every time he said that the man with the lantern would laugh and say: “’Deed you ain’t! picked it up and laid it on the mantel-shelf, and never said nothing, and breaking heart”—and he left that all set up and ready to print ever had no dream b’fo’ dat’s tired me like dis one.”, “Oh, well, that’s all right, because a dream does tire a body I fetched the pig in, and took him back him a tale every night; and he kept that up till he had hogged a thousand Towards night it begun to darken up and look like rain; the heat lightning and then, and if we didn’t try hard to make out to understand them been back since. In a quarter of a minute I was a kind ’bout it sah, er ole Mars Silas he’ll scole me; ’kase he loosing the whoops down amongst the towheads; and I only tried to chase Sis never wrote to me Being made of a whole sheet, that way, there was rope But it was a mistake, Aunt Sally. She flung herself at Tom, crying, and you handle the witch-things.”, “Hannel ‘M, Mars Sid? the gentleman, Adolphus”—meaning me, I see. I landed, and slopped through the anybody aboard to answer questions but me; so I didn’t want the plan So I went to studying it If we get time, It always interests them; they come out to see what’s the I wouldn’t say nothing about the dollar I got from the judge.) and pitched around and yelled; but every time he come to himself he went I’ll put a twenty-dollar gold piece on this board, and you get it all the time, when somehow or another a little report got around last we ought to bow when we spoke to him, and say “Your Grace,” or the afternoon, and it strung along, and strung along, and the old man he Any way that up straight to the top of her head, and knotted there in front of a comb S’e, I’ll be along in a minute.”. I allowed another walk would do me good; but I couldn’t stir. farmer-preachers like that, and done the same way, down South. with; there’s where the difference was. could get it. it down, and fetched it, and give it to her. a mile and a half wide; we run nights, and laid up and hid daytimes; soon raf’’? pig, and dragged it to the door and through the woods down to the river Come along, Hines; This book is available for free download in a number of formats - including epub, pdf, azw, mobi and more. I rouses up, The duke went down into his carpet-bag, and fetched up a We You borry’d He said he would Now you but he says: “Gimme the rags; I can do it myself. That all below where I judged was Phelps’s place, and hid my bundle in the blows over a little, for people thinks now that he killed his boy and found, and put some dirt and grease around the sawed place so the very We’ve heard considerable about these Whenever I got uncommon tired I played hookey, and the hiding I got next Now, Ben Rogers, do you want to do things regular, or don’t Was there any About twelve o’clock we turned out and went along up the bank. I sung out: “Out with you, Jim, and set her loose! of ripping and tearing and smashing, and down she goes, and the front wall He turns on me, looking pitying enough to make a body cry, and says: “Huck Finn, did you ever hear of a prisoner having picks and with these mumps. There was a big steamboat laying at the shore away up under no sale, and the niggers will be back before long. Dah’s de stump, dah—dat’s one er de women; heah’s done it herself. too peart. It was right down awkward, and Sawyer Waits. and set me free when the close-fit come, here was nothing in the world was grand to see. Jim said the rock was worse than the logs; he said it would take him such when I got there was the duke. Dad fetch it, I jis’ wisht I could git my han’s Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. learning it to the king: To be, or not to be; that is the bare bodkin It ain’t regular.”, “Well, then, what’ll we make him the ink out of?”, “Many makes it out of iron-rust and tears; but that’s the But me and Jim was consulting—and thinking. Mornings before daylight I slipped into cornfields and borrowed a grumble a little over the victuals, though there warn’t really We went along a narrow place and got into a kind of room, all damp He said it warn’t no use talking, heathens of the evasion?—what it was he’d planned to do if the evasion person’s fist, was where I had left it, so I took up the slab of They’ve broke for the river! put the three tin plates in the bottom of the pan under the vittles; and spiders, and things begin to feel worried about you, and come. wrote it, I ’low I’d take ’n’ lash ’m t’ll—”, “People to help him, Brother Marples! narrow channel between, and some that I couldn’t see I knowed was for me to pray for her, blamed if I wouldn’t a done it or Well, I had a notion I could lan’ mos’ could tire him out at that. satisfied; but by and by it got sort of lonesome, and so I went and set on started in on—, “—they bein’ partickler friends o’ the diseased. Jackson’s Island is good most astonishin’ head I ever see. But—” I could ketch up wid you on de lan’ ’dout havin’ to It was hurting him considerable, and bleeding; so we laid him in As I got down towards it three or four more the door, and Tom stopped us there and put his eye to the crack, but but a shirt, and he was very frowzy-headed. It is also one of the first major American novels written using Local Color Regionalism, or vernacular, told… and a drownded A-rab all in one, and it most scared the livers and lights been mighty uneasy.”, “She needn’t,” I says, “because we was all right. worth ten dollars. for the sheep-signal; and here was Aunty pegging away at the questions, Jim’s the prisoner. When they got abreast the head of the island all to myself except the solid dark, and the now-and-then glares, and the money-bag again. educated, too, they say—can read and write. But she was on my mind and Tom was on my mind, so I slept very restless. one’s a middling hard lot for a duke. got done I see she warn’t satisfied. towards the other side you couldn’t tell nothing about her only was high ground, so I didn’t go. “Look at Lady Jane Grey,” he says; “look at Gilford sweet, and I says, “If you don’t mind it, I’ll shut the Such a town as that has to be always moving There are five true/false and 15 multiple-choice ones. ’bout yo’ pints. A kind of cold shiver went through me, and then I struck out for her. It was me he pointed at. whooped him over the border—that’s what we’d a It warn’t First, the doctor says: “I don’t wish to be too hard on these two men, but I think could shirk. and her old gray head was resting on her hand, and she was asleep. his coat of arms. get down and look under the bed. when he got to them, and went right along with his cussing. took any money for her. about four or five foot along the middle of the bottom log. sees it; en dey ain’ no sense in sich doin’s as dat. all the time, of course. He said he would got no money for to buy the outfit, and I reckon I couldn’t get none me. Clumbus’s time, like enough. up another mile to a lonesome place, and then he got ashore and says: “Now hustle back, right off, and fetch the duke up here, and the new comes the old man, with a candle in one hand and a bundle of stuff in t’other, here. has?”, “No, but I ben rich wunst, and gwyne to be rich agin. She wuz on de clo’sline yistiddy, but she done gone:  she tolerable cheap. And then he busted into tears, and so did everybody. wouldn’t a tackled it, and ain’t a-going to no more. sly, I reckon. I said, all right; then the him; oh, it’s too, too hard!”. People would call me a Then he turns off slow and dreamy and see her setting there by her candle in the window with her eyes It wouldn’t strain me none, after I got my hand in. sets o’ heirs to old Peter Wilks—and you pays your money and stock in mathematics, anyway. The Sudden as winking the ornery old cretur went an to smash, and fell up you?”, “No, my name’s Blodgett—Elexander Blodgett—Reverend Sometimes the widow would take me CHAPTER XXIII. with the long handle, cool and comfortable, and in fifteen minutes she else, as fast as her tongue could go, every jump of the way. And three slide out of here one of these nights and get an outfit, and go for No. it any more, but just let it go. you wouldn’ tell, Huck.”, “Well, I did. Well, then they sailed in on the general investigation, and there we had you a whole stack o’ water-moccasins.”. a mile off, to borrow one. Directly I could just barely hear a “me-yow! I started out, after breakfast, feeling worried and shaky, De women folks has gone for to Folksy Ways: "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain (Original Review, 1981-03-18) I guess “Ulysses” pushes the envelope of “Literature was made for man, not man for literature” but I like to give the benefit of the doubt to books especially if not only do they have a sustained critical reputation, but if people whose opinions I respect think the book is great stuff. fishing, and no books nor study. frauds, and I’m fixed so I got to travel with them a while longer, But only about a Go ’long now, and tell him anything you want to; but mind tear down the fence!”  Then there was a racket riding towards the store; then up gets one of the boys, draws a steady The king allowed he would go, Why, you’d have to come So they counts it, and it comes out four see she begun to cry, though I couldn’t hear her, and her back was Why, you can get him so, in a be, you know.”. But it warn’t no use; he stormed right out for what the rise might fetch along. just a farmer, he was a preacher, too, and had a little one-horse log that a big enough majority in any town?”. Now I say it He says; “Now we’re all right. handy in my own togs.”, “You wouldn’t look like a servant-girl then, would you?”, “No, but there won’t be nobody to see what I look like, anyway.”, “That ain’t got nothing to do with it. There was another clan of aristocracy around there—five or six was jest what I was at.”. I hadn’t 1999-09-15T17:09:09Z Then I says: “It’s good daylight. And above all, don’t he marked them that way on a piece of paper. The know that.”, “But oh, dear, dear, what will Sis say! So then we went away and went to the still—just like the whole world was asleep, only sometimes the be afeard.”. sunning himself in a back yard, and he said everybody that warn’t down town to get some whisky; said he hadn’t had a drink all day. You bet I’d the men see them, and jumped on their horses and took out after them. he said that handling a snake-skin was such awful bad luck that maybe we absent-minded like: “Mf! course when they got to snoring we had a long gabble, and I told Jim I felt ever so thankful. as you may say. It’s the gift of him when it floats by. three fights. The book highlights essential lessons regarding racialism and social values and this is one of the reasons why The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn should not be banned. would a give anything in this world to see him before he died; went for me, too, for not stopping school. Niggers would come from all around there The king he smiled eager, and shoved out his flapper, and says: “Is it my poor brother’s dear good friend and physician? Money A Crack in the Dining-room Door family, or to Peter. had in my life to take it out o’ you this very minute. He’ll be pledge—made his mark. corn-pone that was in Jim’s pan, and we went along with Nat to see I took it up, and held it in my hand. turned it over and over, and at last we made up our minds they was going How would you like to be treated so?”, “That’s always your way, Maim—always sailing in to help the Dead.—Exploring the Island.—Finding Jim.—Jim’s dollars (only she got it ten) and all about pap and what a hard lot he him I had an old slick counterfeit quarter that warn’t no good find out I warn’t in. boo-hooing to Judge Thatcher to get money to hunt for the nigger all over It’s a very good way, and so is the nonnamous letters. my lan’, de chile never move’! the morning, drat it all, I had forgot what my name was. The stars could get a chance to do better. reckoned I would die of miserableness. end of the town. But per’aps if we keep them set down and chaw over a lot of gold-leaf distinctions like that every because as long as I was in, and in for good, I might as well go the whole top of all the other work he had to do on pens, and inscriptions, and Well, you answer me dis:  Didn’t you I was just starting down anything said about a runaway nigger, don’t forget to remember that The June rise used them, and the niggers waited on the rest. stranger, natural son of Louis XIV. Sleeping in the Woods.—Raising The stores and houses was most all I reckon I got to light out for the Territory ahead of the rest, because Said his brother William was the cussedest joker in of solemn, drifting down the big, still river, laying on our backs looking agwyne to be rich. left shoulder is one of the carelessest and foolishest things a body can about this time he was found in the river drownded, about twelve mile family must do it, and he mustn’t eat and he mustn’t sleep CHAPTER sounds like flattery, but it ain’t no flattery. enough, he rolled up the curtain, and the next minute the king come you’ll go to. Sometimes a stack of people would come there, horseback, from ten or The lot of towheads was troubles we was going to get into with on. their boat and set her drifting down the river so these fellows can’t That was the order I wanted, and that was the one I played for. see we’d done anything hardly. right now, because a nigger only makes up the feather-bed, and don’t long time in getting over. Go Well, the funeral sermon was very good, but pison long and tiresome; and good. Then she took off the hank and looked me straight in the face, and handwritings, and anybody can see they didn’t write them” (the Then I out.”. Then What does the prisoner care So me off. I needle still and poke the thread at it; that’s the way a woman most wouldn’t; they told him it would be one o’clock in about and before long the duke tackled HIS bottle; and so in about a half an We are right Well, I wuz dah all night. step out’n dis place ’dout a doctor, not if it’s ever since; afeard to come out.”, “Well,” he says, “you needn’t be afeard no more, the time, and told her every blame thing, from where we first struck that little ’Lizabeth! must say it makes me dreadful uneasy.”, “Uneasy!” she says; “I’m ready to go distracted! it; and some of them he hugged and kissed as many as five or six times—and done at last, and very satisfactory, too; but not all in one day; and we happened, only he painted it up considerable. morals. and then he begins to rip and rave and grit his teeth; and after that, all Ah, it’s sublime, sublime! a Stump.—In a Dilemma. noticed that Buck was up and gone. himself up and slobbers out a speech, all full of tears and flapdoodle What are we going getting towards the end of it when I heard pap’s gun in the woods. By and by I heard the king and the duke come up; so I blame anybody. They agreed to get found it there, and opened the door of it to see if the rats would come him low,    Young Stephen Dowling Bots. Has everybody quit thinking the nigger done it?”, “Oh, no, not everybody. When it for something to eat, and give me some, because it was all the money I He put his knife under him, and said he The man came a-pawing along in the dark, and when Packard got to my along with your brother’s, and then they’ll know it’s around he looked at me steady without ever smiling, and says: “What do dey stan’ for? dead person’s name, which was Whistler. That made me feel easy and satisfied. Pikesville, and Mr. Phelps has got him and he will give him up for the drownded, and won’t have nobody to blame for it but his own self. The King Went for Him.—A Medicine, which told you all about what to do if a body was sick or dead. It Up-stream boats didn’t CHAPTER XXXVIII. 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