Adventures of Huckleberry Finn


Language: Farsi



Introducing Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
If you’ve never read Mark Twain, you must have seen the Huckleberry Finn cartoon series as a child or teenager, a cartoon that should be considered one of the most memorable cartoons of children in the sixties and seventies. The creator of these adventurous stories with the unique humor of “Samuel Langhorn Clemens” known as “Mark Twain”.

Mark Twain is a well-known author of contemporary American history who became a world-renowned author with his adventurous stories such as “Tom Cair” and “Huckleberry Finn” and found many readers around the world. “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is the best book we have ever had,” says Ernest Hemingway, one of America’s most prominent contemporary writers and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature. “All American stories have come out of it.”

On the occasion of Mark Twain’s birthday, we introduce the adventures of “Huckleberry Finn”, a remarkable work and one of the masterpieces of this famous author, which is about a poor boy named “Hawk”. An abandoned teenager who sleeps in empty barrels and meets a black slave named “Jim” during the story, and they go on a long and adventurous journey with him, and the story deals with the events that take place between the two.
The book was banned several times in the United States, with critics calling it a racist use of the word “black kaka,” but in fact Mark Twain intends to portray the plight of blacks in America a century ago. Blacks who were victims of racism and racism.

This brilliant novel has been considered one of the best examples of American literature for decades. The conscience and moral conflicts of the main character of the story with him, formed the main theme of the story and his popularity caused the filmmakers to deal with this character from the very beginning.

Introducing the book The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
In this illustrated literary masterpiece we read: Tom Sawyer enters the cave to play with Becky. But there he gets lost in a maze of rocks and tunnels. He is terrified and worried that he will suddenly encounter a treasure. Since luck strikes only once in a person’s house, in addition to treasure, he also finds a way out of the cave. It happens that he breathes fresh air again and returns to the city with the wealth he has gained.

Introducing the book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Mark Twain, one of the most famous American writers in the book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, tells the story of a boy who tries to free a runaway slave from captivity.

What is the subject of the book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn?
Huckleberry is the son of the devil, who is adopted by a widow named Douglas and sent to school. Hawk, who has just become interested in studying, is anxious to find his unruly father. Because Hawke’s father is always a nuisance.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is in fact Hawk’s struggle with his conscience, which causes various events throughout the story. He was stubborn and illiterate, and throughout his life he had been taught that blacks were lowly and second-class human beings. In fact, the story revolves around this thinking. But in the end, Hawk, who has never had a real friend in his life, realizes that race and skin color can not lead to the excellence and perfection of people. Is formed.
In this book, Mark Twain demonstrates his writing skills well, using fascinating and complex dialogues. It should also be noted that although the events are not related except for the repetition of a character, this story is actually the second volume of Tom Sawyer’s Adventures.

Get to know Mark Twain better:
Mark Twain was born in 1835, at the same time as the appearance of the comet Holly, and, as he himself had predicted, died with the reappearance of the star in 1910. His first work, The Famous Jumping Toad of Calavras, brought him unexpected fame and led him to take fiction more seriously.

Mark became a world-renowned author with Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn, and gained worldwide fame.

In part of the book The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn we read:
I pulled my head out from behind the curtain and saw that they had made a hole in the mattress and put the money in there and left the room. I waited for the stairs to go down more, and then I took the money and hurried to my room, thinking about where to put it so that the duke and king would not find it.

At the end of the night, I decided to take the money and put it somewhere outside the house when I heard a sound. The sound was getting closer and closer. I had to think fast. What should I do now? I put the money in Peter’s coffin and ran away quickly.
I could not sleep at all that night and I was all thinking about how I could get the money out of the house. In the morning, when I went downstairs, people had gathered around the coffin and one of them had come to do the burial work; But when I arrived, he closed the coffin. I did not even dare to open the door to see if the money was still in the coffin. The funeral was well attended; But it was too long. The king said a few snorting words about how much he loved his brother Peter, and everyone cried. Then, before I knew it, the same man who had come for burial wanted to seal the coffin.

Author: Mark Twain
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a book by Mark Twain, first published in 1884. This book was published following Tom Sawyer’s book.
This book is the story of a teenager who is born to an alcoholic father. He runs away from home after an argument with his father, and on the way he meets a black slave named Jim. They cross the Mississippi River with the trick they build. This book deals with the events that take place for these two.

Mark Twain says of this book:
Most of the adventures recorded in this book have actually happened. One or two were my own personal experiences, the rest were adventures for my classmates. Huckleberry Finn’s character is taken from a real person.

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Huckleberry Finn was an ordinary boy, perhaps even more ordinary. He was even close to becoming an accountant at the home of “Douglas Widow”. Until his father was found dead and after being beaten several times and imprisoned inside a hut, he realized that he had to do something. Unfortunately or unluckily, Jim, the black slave, had reached the same conclusion, and as a result …

The Story of Huckleberry Finn is a masterpiece by Mark Twain, a powerful American satirist of the nineteenth century.

The unique humor of the work, the strong characterization and the sociological view of the author have created a work that is attractive and unique for all ages and all tastes.
Ernest Hemingway says of this book: “All American literature today comes from a book called The Story of Huckleberry Finn. It’s our best book. All American works come from this book. There was nothing before and nothing after that.” “Nothing went well.”

The translator’s commendable pen has also doubled the beauty of the work

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