The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Abridged Audiobook

Written By: Garrison Keillor, Mark Twain

Narrated By: Garrison Keillor

Publisher: HighBridge Company

Date: May 2003

Duration: 3 hours 12 minutes


A Grammy Nominee.

Narrated by Huck himself in his artless vernacular, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn tells of Huck's voyage down the Mississippi with a runaway slave named Jim. As the two journey downstream on a raft, Huck's vivid descriptions capture the sights, smells, sounds, and rhythms of life on the great river. As they encounter traveling actors, con men, lynch mobs, thieves, and Southern gentility, his shrewd comments reveal the dark side of human nature. By the end of the story, Huck has learned about the dignity and worth of human life, and Twain has exposed the moral blindness of the "respectable" slave-holding society in which he lives. Huckleberry Finn was Twain's greatest creation.

"This is an abridgement of Mark Twain's book, keeping the parts I loved as a boy, Huck's story, the big river at night, the boasting of the raftsmen, the Duke and the Dauphin, the lynching, the feud, and lopping off the last third of the book, where Tom Sawyer comes in and makes a big production of freeing Jim. I had Huck free him instead. If you enjoy the reading, I am sure Mr. Twain will forgive me." , Garrison Keillor


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by Garrison Keillor, Mark Twain

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Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Garrison Keillor, Mark Twain