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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: Abridged & Adapted Classics | Mark Twain
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Bring The Classics To Life Series. These novels have been adapted into 10 short chapters that will excite the reluctant reader as well as the enthusiastic one. Let the Classics introduce Kipling, Stevenson, and H.G. Wells. Readers will embrace the notion of Crusoe's lonely reflections, the psychological reactions of a Civil War soldier at Chancellorsville, and the tragedy of the Jacobite Cause in 18th Century Scotland. Knowledge of Classics is a cultural necessity and these will improve fluency, vocabulary and comprehension through a high Interest / low readability format. Each eBookis divided into 10 short high quality illustrated chapters - Was written using McGraw-Hill's Core Vocabulary - Has been measured by the Fry Readability Formula - Defines and uses in context new vocabulary, prior to each chapter.
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nu-bibliophile
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Next up! .... Haven't read this since AP English Lit in high school and when I saw the pretty cover I thought I'd read it again.

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shammi.dc10
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One of the funniest books i have ever read.Tom's thirst for adventure and Huck's reluctance for any adventure makes the perfect combination for the comical & bizare situations.It perfectly highlights how low people think of minorities & women,which is still very prevalent. This book has a lot of laughs but it also sheds light on the troubled time it is set up in.I liked Jim's character, he is a slave but is not bitter & emerges a hero in the end.

SW-T Nice summary 🙂 2mo
shammi.dc10 @SW-T doesn't seem to be getting too many likes, lol!!! 😁😁😁 2mo
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shammi.dc10

I am so close to the end but I don't want it to end. I haven't read it in past two days. You know you are liking a book way too much if you don't want to finish it 😐😐😣😣

SW-T Very true. Also why people reread the books they love. You can enjoy the story again! 3mo
shammi.dc10 @SW-T yes, absolutely!! 3mo
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shammi.dc10
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Huck runs away from his father's imprisonment and torture by faking his own death, huck meets slave Jim, they find a raft and sail for the free city Cairo, Huck gets involved in a 30 year old family blood fued and unwittingly helps two lovers run away, Huck and Jim meet a duke and a king who is apparently over 500 years old and this is just half of the book. This one gets interesting with every single page!!!

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thebookishpages
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Pickpick

The book that you should all read twice. Once as a kid and once as an adult. It is almost like two entirely different stories.

#childrensliterature

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Breely
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#hellothursday
1) rural
2) beach
3) hiking
4) hotel
5)Huckleberry Finn

@wanderinglynn

wanderinglynn Thanks for playing! ⛺️ 6mo
Eggs Welcome to Litsy 🌺 6mo
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julesG
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Playing catch up.

#CharactersLikeAlice @LibrarianRyan

#BillTheLizzard - gullible Jim. Granted Jim evolves throughout the stories, but in the beginning, he's pretty naiv and gullible.

wordzie 😎 6mo
LibrarianRyan 👍🏻😁🤓 6mo
Cathythoughts ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️ 6mo
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Mdonald
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Mehso-so
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BookBabe
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This bit in Huck Finn actually made me laugh out loud! 😂

“and a hard piece of corn-crust started down my throat after it and got met on the road with a cough, and was shot across the table, and took one of the children in the eye and curled him up like a fishing-worm, and let a cry out of him the size of a war-whoop”

Hornsby78 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 8mo
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BookBabe
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#BookNLunch! We tried a new place recommended by friends. Fantastic! 👌🏻👌🏻 For this mild and overcast afternoon: chunky tomato soup and a Greek chicken burger (ground chicken with feta, spinach, kalamata olives, & sun-dried tomatoes) with tzatziki yogurt sauce and pickled onions on a brioche roll. Yum! 😋 Happy reads & happy eats! 🍅

Rachel.Rencher That looks delicious! 😜 8mo
JamieArc I love Boylan sodas! Cream soda is my favorite! 8mo
Susanita Wegmans sells Greek turkey burgers that are delicious. 8mo
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jenniferajanes
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Pickpick

Finished this one on audio this morning during a break. I decided to reread this one with my teenagers. This gets me almost 2.5 hours into my #24B42019 reading.

britt_brooke How was Wood‘s narration? I‘m considering listening for a reread, too. 8mo
jenniferajanes @britt_brooke I thought he did a good job! 8mo
britt_brooke @jenniferajanes Oh good, thanks! 8mo
jenniferajanes @britt_brooke You‘re welcome! Enjoy! 8mo
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JLaurenceCohen
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Running out of space in my office!

Sarah83 Looks great 😍 8mo
LauraBeth 😍😍 8mo
JLaurenceCohen I had to go to Charlotte to get the corner shelves, since the Atlanta Ikea was out. 8mo
EH2018 Nice stacks! 8mo
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LiterarySloth
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It‘s a classic. There is a reason why this book is still read in English classes everywhere. It‘s brilliantly written. You can tell the difference between the different dialects of all the characters.

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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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Pickpick

I enjoyed this ongoing adventure more than it‘s predecessor. The first half was my favorite part, I loved the Huck and Jim discussions, philosophizing, and adventures when it was just the two. Of course Tom has to show up by the end to save the day (& complicate things mightily), and I should have expected that ending given the time it was written, but today it seemed like a convenient easy twist to resolve the conflict.

Fabulous narrating too!

BookBabe I‘m so frustrated because I was at about 87% through this when I lost access to it. It was a free read that Audible allowed members to stream but not download, and they ended that feature before I could finish. I don‘t want to use up a credit on only 13% of a book! Argh, what to do? 😩 (edited) 8mo
Graywacke @BookBabe that sucks. Sometimes the library has a copy. And sometimes Audible takes requests, you might ask them. 8mo
mreads It's free on Librivox, they did a good job on Frankenstein https://librivox.org/the-adventures-of-huckleberry-finn-by-mark-twain/ 8mo
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mreads @BookBabe see comment above forgot to tag you 😀 8mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @mreads I was going to say the same thing, Librivox has some very good audios read by volunteers, for just the ending I‘d go there @BookBabe 8mo
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Michellesibs
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Mehso-so

I didnt enjoy this one as much as I enjoyed the Tom Sawyer book. I think because Tom was surrounded by his friends and the adventures we're him and Huckleberry. This book is totally different, it's just Huckleberry and it just didn't flow as well. Or Toms adventures we're so good that Huckleberry didn't live up to the challenge. Whatever the reason, it just didn't absorb me in quite the same way.

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Lizpixie
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This journal is freaking awesome! Not only does it look amazing, the actual lines on the page is Huckleberry Finn written in tiny tiny words. That is so cool! I didn‘t even realise until I got home and took off the plastic wrapper. Now I need to go back to Costco and get the rest of them. Bring me my chariot! 🛵

julesG You should buy them all and some to spare for swaps. 😉 10mo
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Lizpixie
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I also picked up this Word Cloud Journal from Costco, coz I just don‘t have enough pristine journals, notepads, post-it‘s etc already! I can‘t be the only Stationery Addict on Litsy, am I? It‘s so pretty with the suede feel cover with small lines of text all over the cover & sprayed edges the same colour as the binding elastic. Love it!💙

erzascarletbookgasm Gorgeous 10mo
TrishB Nope, one too! 10mo
Mimi28 Me too!! 10mo
wanderinglynn 🙋🏼‍♀️ Yep, stationary & pen addict! 10mo
VioletBramble Me too. I have an entire shelf of unused notebooks in many sizes. I have two of the Novel Journals. Plus I have the Novel Journals Post-Its that they give away at BookCon. When I give someone a note I always wait to see if they'll realize it's written over the opening paragraph of Huckleberry Finn. 10mo
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Saknicole
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Another stellar interactive display from the loveliest librarian in the world @Tamrawear #teachersoflitsy #librariansoflitsy #libraries #bannedbooks

Kimberlone Omg so great! How‘s BOB going?! 10mo
Saknicole @Kimberlone I'm bringing them in this year! Going great! 10mo
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Lcsmcat
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1. Also A Prayer for Owen Meany, Handmaid‘s Tale, Beloved, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, (I could go on forever.)
2. To Kill a Mockingbird #reread
3. The Color Purple #TBR
4. I‘m totally against it, and it frightens and angers me when it is “successful.” Librarians are my heroes for fighting censorship.
#helloThursday @wanderinglynn

saresmoore I really enjoyed The Color Purple. It‘s a tough read, but so beautiful. 11mo
wanderinglynn Thanks for playing! 👍🏻📚 11mo
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Stphnthescriv
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It was enough to make a body ashamed of the human race. - Huck Finn chapter 24

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walryan5
Pickpick

I found the depiction of southern people to be accurate, in that time period.

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KGlibrarian
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Pickpick

Mark Twain's masterpiece takes on an entirely new meaning for me as an adult. I grasped the humor and societal statements this time around in a way I hadn't before. Huck is hilarious and the mishaps he and Jim go through kept me laughing the entire book. Though it's uncomfortable seeing the N work so often, it highlights the racist world in which they lived and makes Huck and Jim's friendship even more poignant.

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JessClark78
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1. At the theater: Insidious: The Last Key. On DVD/Cable: Happy Death Day, Goodbye Christopher Robin, A Quiet Place.
2. The husband and I like to go see a movie and get lunch afterwards, once in a while. Sometimes we go to the bookstore and get coffee.
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4. This is the only book I‘ve ever not finished.
5. 🖤

#FriYAYintro

MaleficentBookDragon I thought Happy Death Day was a riot. 😂 12mo
MommyWantsToReadHerBook You're almost exactly describing our dates... Before kids. Sigh. One day. 😂 12mo
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dariazeoli
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#MakeMeReadIt Number 2 completed!

I‘m not sure how to rate this one. I listened to the audiobook and while I found the story entertaining, it was difficult to hear the n-word used SO MUCH OH MY GOD. I know that it was a different time and the vernacular was different, but I was uncomfortable listening in my office lunchroom.

I‘m glad to finally check Twain off in my read column, though. Long overdue!

RebL I listened to it with my kids a few years back. To this day they talk about Tom Sawyer as a garbage person. 12mo
KGlibrarian I‘m rereading this now because my daughter has to read it for summer reading and I want to discuss with her. I can‘t imagine listening because I‘m uncomfortable with just seeing the N word on the page so often. But I do love this book—I don‘t think I picked up on how funny it is when I read it as a teen. And Twain‘s descriptions of the natural world are so incredibly beautiful! 12mo
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MicrobeMom
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#agameoffavorites @WhiskeyMistress @ErinSueG

Today I picked required reading. I chose the tagged book because I feel it was one of the books that made me think about America and its root when I was in high school. It was one of my fav required readings.

Mark Twain fact: He died the day after Hailey‘s Comet passed closest to the earth.

ErinSueMreads Wasn't his birthday involved too? Like he died on his birthday or something? I can't remember. (edited) 12mo
MicrobeMom @ErinSueG no his birthday is in November and he died in April. At least according to Wikipedia! 😀 12mo
ErinSueMreads I must be thinking of someone else. Now I'm curious.... 12mo
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MicrobeMom @ErinSueG me too!! 12mo
RJHowe I can never get enough Twain 12mo
ErinSueMreads I agree @RJHowe I prefer Brit lit but Twain and Hemingway will forever have my heart 12mo
wlivengood I LOVE Brit lit!!!! 12mo
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BookBabe
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#BookNDinner! Thai edition. Baked salmon in ginger sauce piled with veggies, plus rice and chicken satay. Paired with coconut juice. Yum! 😋 Happy reads & happy eats!

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wlivengood
Pickpick

Oh what I would give to be young again. It‘s no wonder that this is an endless classic.

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a_blender
Pickpick

excellent story by Twain, even without reading the first book

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saresmoore
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#24in48 Readathon Hour 36 Challenge: Childhood Reads

This budget-friendly, clothbound authorized complete edition of Mark Twain‘s works from 1909 was inherited by me from my grandmother. She tells a somewhat fuzzy story about my great-grandfather‘s cousin who was a steamboat captain in Missouri and knew Clemens...or something. Cool books, though!

Notafraidofwords I am truly not a Mark Twain fan. I‘ve read huckleberry twice and struggled through it. However totes get the appeal. 13mo
saresmoore @Notafraidofwords I‘ve honestly hated everything I‘ve read by him. He has a note at the beginning of the edition about the painstaking care he took in adapting the particular dialects, but it doesn‘t make it any less abhorrently racist. But I think they‘re a pretty set of books! 😬 13mo
Notafraidofwords @saresmoore they‘re fantastic set. I think I hate Tom Sawyer so much. It‘s like I can‘t even get to the empathy part. 13mo
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LeahBergen Lovely 💕 13mo
batsy What a gorgeous set of books to have inherited 😍 13mo
Suet624 ❤️❤️❤️ 13mo
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4thhouseontheleft
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📚 Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
👩🏼‍💼 Atwood, Margaret
🎥 Amelie
🥘 Asparagus

#ManicMonday

JoScho Thanks for playing 🖤 13mo
Mamashep My dad read us Hucklebberry Finn when I was in grade school. He could have been an audiobook reader! 13mo
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ErinSueMreads
Adventures of Huck Finn | Mark Twain, Justin Kaplan
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Here is my weekend book haul!! They were all a buck each 🙌🙌🙌🙌 #bookhaul

keys_on_fire Great haul!! 13mo
Leniverse Nice catch! 13mo
Andrew65 I love the Morland Dynasty Series 13mo
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OrangeMooseReads Nice! 👍🏼 13mo
Aims42 I hope you enjoy ‘Good Omens‘, I loved it 13mo
ErinSueMreads @Aims42 I love good omens!! I bought this as a lender copy 😂😂😂 13mo
Aims42 @ErinSueG haha! It‘s the same edition as my lender copy 🤣 Great minds think alike!! 13mo
BooknerdsLife Awww great book haul 😍 13mo
ErinSueMreads @Andrew65 good to know! I‘m excited I found it! 13mo
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BookBabe
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#BookNDinner! #4thOfJuly Edition! First time we used the new grill—and my first time grilling! (Aside from a a Foreman) 😁👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻! Accompaniment this hot & rainy night was: provolone cheeseburger, chili dog, extra crispy tots, sweet corn, and Vanilla Coke. (Would've been Bud Lite, but we forgot to put it in the fridge earlier 🤦🏻‍♀️🙈.) MMMMmmm 😋! This has been another presentation of: #MrBookBookBabeKitchen. Happy reads & happy eats! 🇺🇸

Zelma Nicely done on the grilling! 👏 13mo
RadicalReader @BookBabe a true Grill Mistress 13mo
Linsy Great grill shot! 13mo
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BookBabe
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#BookNBrunch! @MrBook cooked brunch for me on
this hot and humid Fourth of July! 😍 Cheesy scrambled eggs, corned beef hash, tots, toasted buttered peasant bread, purple grapes, guava nectar, and Starbucks Cold Brew. MMMmmm 😋! This has been another presentation of: #MrBookBookBabeKitchen! Happy reads & happy eats! And Happy 4th! 💥

Zelma Of course there were tots! 😆 13mo
MrBook @Zelma 😉😎🙌🏻 13mo
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BookBabe
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#BookNDinner! Mozzarella Caprese w/ balsamic drizzle & pesto, “Shrimp Martini”, horseradish-crusted salmon on a bed of sautéed spinach, onions, & potatoes, in ? butter sauce. And homemade?!

 @MrBook & I had a lovely day exploring the neighboring mountain towns. Discovered this gem thanks to a friend‘s recommendation. Fancy, but very laid back at the same time. They didn‘t object to my Kindle...they just wanted to know what I was reading. ?

Reecaspieces Lovely 13mo
Suzze What a beautiful meal. 13mo
CSeydel 🤤😋 13mo
rabbitprincess Yummmm! 13mo
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CSeydel
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#requiredreadingredo

I read Huck Finn in junior year and I just enjoyed it so much. The writing style, the humor, the gentle development of character - it felt like everything I had never expected required reading to be.

MuddyPuddle I‘m so glad you liked it… I. Did. Not. And I had to teach it, too! 13mo
UnidragonFrag Haven't read this one! 😂 ...this challenge is making me realize how many of these sorts of books I haven't read! 13mo
mabell I loved it! I read it on my own - it wasn't assigned in school. 😒 13mo
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BookBabe
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#BookNBreakfast! Stationed at my favorite cozy cafe reading nook with a chocolate croissant, iced coffee, and a good book. And air conditioning! It‘s a hot one today...approaching 100 degrees! Yowza.

#PoconoMountains

MommyOfTwo OMG! I wish I had something like this!! Love it 14mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Beautiful ❤️❤️❤️ 14mo
JSW This looks idyllic. 😍Enjoy!!! 14mo
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TiredLibrarian That looks and sounds delightful! 📚☕😊 14mo
MicheleinPhilly SOOOO hot. I just took Pickles for a walk and she immediately flopped onto the cool hardwood when we came in. She is currently eating an ice cube. 14mo
JazzFeathers Lovely place 😍 Really a dream place for a bookworm 14mo
Zelma Perfection! 😍 14mo
tammysue What a lovely little spot! ❤️ 14mo
Lidia Lovely place to read ❤️ 14mo
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Jwal49
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The great American novel. A must read for any lover of the classics.

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BookBabe
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#BookNDinner! #RedLobster Edition! What a feast @MrBook treated me to tonight! 😃
New England clam chowder, house salad, grilled shrimp, lobster tail, grilled salmon, wild rice, grilled asparagus, cheddar biscuits, and raspberry iced tea. MMMmmm 😋! Happy reads & happy eats! 🦐

SassyBookworm Yum!!! I‘m so jealous!!! One of my favorite places! Hope y‘all had a great night out!!! 14mo
Bklover Yummy! 14mo
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camsara99
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I had to read this book for class (and I normally loved this professors picks) and couldn‘t even get through it. It felt episodic, and like coincidences just kept working out for this character. I also really didn‘t like any of the characters, which didn‘t help. Not 100% sure why people love it as much as they do.

PandaHeartt Yeah. I feel. 100% 14mo
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AStreetCarNamedDemise
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Fuck this book and all the praise it receives. Well, it‘s not the worst book I‘ve ever read but reading this was agony. The plot moves painstakingly slow and I can appreciate dialect interpretation, but my god, sometimes it is so hard to read. If you want a book where you‘ll have to re-read passages over and over to get the point, then I‘ve got a book for you.

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Jazinator
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Book #3: Huckleberry Finn is one of the many novels on this list which I had read as a result of a high school assignment. I actually had to read it a couple of times for school and I have since come to love the book. It is a rather contentious book because of the language used in the book, specifically the "N" word used so prolifically ...

http://dinojim.blogspot.com/1996/02/the-306-greatest-books-3-adventures-of.html?...

#100greatestbooks

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CindyMyLifeIsLit
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I freely admit that I went online to find the #worstcover. Turns out I have spent the last few years collecting only books with nice covers! I came up empty. This cover is way more puzzling than ugly. I mean, the female body is beautiful, but in this context it‘s more mystifying than lovely. Wouldn‘t you agree?
#litsyclassics

Rachbb3 😨 1y
sprainedbrain Ummm. I must have missed that scene in Huck Finn. 🤷🏻‍♀️ 1y
Lcsmcat @sprainedbrain You and I must have read the expurgated version! 1y
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rubyslippersreads I'm sure that's something Huck would have enjoyed seeing. 🤣 1y
GingerAntics What part of Huckleberry Finn has a naked lady? Not that Huck would have minded, I‘m sure. 1y
Reviewsbylola Hahaha, totally not a cover I ever would have imagined for this book! 1y
KathyWheeler This cover makes no sense for Huckleberry Finn. 1y
CindyMyLifeIsLit @sprainedbrain @Lcsmcat @rubyslippersreads @GingerAntics @Reviewsbylola @KathyWheeler Maybe this is from the sequel—when Huck begins his erotic adventures as a teenager drifting down the river! 😁 1y
GingerAntics @CindyMyLifeIsLit ROTFL that must be it!!! It makes so much sense now. 1y
sprainedbrain @CindyMyLifeIsLit 🤣🤣🤣 That darn Huck! 1y
Betty I noticed "publisher" Vexin Classics so I googled. Here's a list someone compiled on Amazon. Example: naked woman on horse for Pride and Prejudice. https://www.amazon.com/gp/richpub/listmania/fullview/R1LTCHNRL4TNO3 @sprainedbrain @GingerAntics @rubyslippersreads @Lcsmcat @Reviewsbylola @KathyWheeler @CindyMyLifeIsLit 1y
sprainedbrain @Betty omg! There are so many! 😳 1y
Betty We've figured out someone combined public domain books with classic paintings to sell as kindle versions. $$💲 1y
rubyslippersreads @Betty I think the worst one is The Little Gingerbread Man. 😱 1y
GingerAntics @Betty wow, it looks like they‘ve put naked or nearly naked women on most of those covers. Interesting choice. 1y
GingerAntics @rubyslippersreads wow, yes it is. Whose crazy idea was this madness? 1y
CindyMyLifeIsLit @Betty @GingerAntics @rubyslippersreads @sprainedbrain Yes, I think The Little Gingerbread Man wins the prize for most inappropriate cover ever, but I see that Tom Sawyer, Oliver Twist, and Frankenstein rated naked women, as well! I did enjoy the naked woman on a horse for P&P! I would have to guess that would be Lydia—looks like something she would do! 😜 1y
GingerAntics @CindyMyLifeIsLit yeah there is at least some logic to the naked woman on the front of A Horse for P&P. lol 1y
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Astroneman
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Mehso-so
Ruthiella This was a hard read in English at times because it is written in dialect. I wonder how it was translated 🤔 1y
Astroneman Italian translation is without dialects. Sentences and periods are long and slow to read. @Ruthiella 1y
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Astroneman

"You know nothing about me if you haven't read a book called The adventures of Tom Sawyer, but it doesn't matter. Mr Mark Twain wrote this book, and he told the truth, in general ".

#litsybook #book #books #huckleberryfinn #marktwain #tomsawyer #booklover #booklovers

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GatheringBooks
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#HopIntoSpring Day 6: Still one of the timeless and #FavoriteAcknowledgments, by far, at least for me. Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer made me fall in love with classics when I was a young girl, alongside Little Men and Little Women. I didn‘t even know they were considered classics then. They were loaned to me by a filmmaker/writer cousin who knew that I devoured books. Also loved Kidnapped and Treasure Island then. Adventure!!

vkois88 😂😂 1y
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jlondon1963
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Knocking another classic off my list for my #LitsyClassicsA-Z challenge. I had this for letter H. I went with the audible version narrated by Elijah Wood. I read this back in high school and had forgotten how harsh the vernacular was in the story. I also see why it is considered an American Classic.

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JacintaMCarter
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Panpan
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Somasis
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#nakedhardcovers I love this set 😍 #riotgrams

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Crowcrumbs
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I heard Mark Twain really loved cats, so I included a little kitten in my illustration of him as “the king of satire”.

readinginthedark 😆❤️ 2y
Cinfhen That's fabulous ❣️ 2y
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tpixie You drew this yourself? ♥️♥️♥️ 2y
tpixie Welcome! Check out @LitsyHappenings 2y
minkyb Wow! 2y
Crowcrumbs @tpixie I did indeed draw this one. :) Litsy is inspiring me to do O Wilde next. Thanks for the welcome and LitsyHappenongs tip! 2y
Crowcrumbs @Cinfhen thanks! Glad you like it! 2y
tpixie @Crowcrumbs wow!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2y
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JacintaMCarter
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Found some notes jotted down in my dad's old copy of Huck Finn, which is surprising, because my dad's not exactly the studious type.

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