Huck gets away, fakes his own death, and sets off down the Mississippi. Jim heard that Miss Watson was going to sell him downriver, where slaves were treated quite badly. Later, an entire uprooted house floats by on the river, and they raid it. Inside, Jim finds Pap lying dead on the floor, shot to death while burglarizing the house before it was uprooted by the storm.
The Adventures of Huckleberry. Finn by Mark Twain. How might Huck answer the Focus Activity question that you answered in your The village contained a hundred people and I increased the population by 1 percent. It is more than many of the best men in history could have done for a town.
M ark Twain, whose real name was Samuel Clemens, was in many ways a self-made man. Clemens was born on the Missouri frontier, learned several trades, traveled widely, and transformed himself into Mark Twain, the larger-thanlife writer, lecturer, and symbol of America.
Four years after Clemens was born, his father moved the family to Hannibal, Missouri, on the Mississippi River. There, the young boy lived an idyllic life. Some of his happiest days were spent on the riverbanks watching the parade of boats that passed by.
But before Clemens could turn his childhood memories into literature, he needed to see something of the world. He held printing jobs in New York, Pennsylvania, and Iowa.
Then, when he was twenty-one, he returned to the Mississippi River to train for the job he wanted above all others: A few years later, he became a licensed pilot, but his time as a pilot was cut short by the start of the Civil War, in There, Clemens began to write humorous sketches and tall tales for the local newspaper.
In Februaryhe first used the pseudonym, or pen name, that would later be known by readers throughout the world. It was a riverboating term for water two fathoms, or twelve feet, deep: Later, he traveled to Hawaii, Europe, and the Middle East.
The humorous book he wrote about his travels, The Innocents Abroad, made him famous. In Clemens married Olivia Langdon. A year later they moved to Hartford, Connecticut. At the same time, he began a successful career as a lecturer, telling humorous stories and reading from his books.
Thanks to his lecture tours and books, Mark Twain became familiar around the world. His death in was met with great sorrow. He was ignorant, unwashed, insufficiently fed; but he had as good a heart as any boy ever had. His liberties were totally unrestricted.
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