Author(s): Mark Twain
A scathing and often hilarious tale set in the antebellum American South, Mark Twain's "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" has transcended the children's literature genre and serves as a much-analyzed and admired political commentary on the era. It's also a well-loved tale of murder, robbers, river travel, and coming of age, not to mention a classic of American literature. "A Novel Journal: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" allows fans to lose themselves in the book's pages each time they sit down to write. A fun literary keepsake, the journal features the entire text of Twain's work in tiny print that serves as page lines. Whether used to craft the latest political commentary or to serve as a daily record of events, the words of Mark Twain are likely to add inspiration to any writing endeavor. Packaged in a luxurious heat-burnished cover with illustrated endpapers and a colored elastic band to close pages tight, this book is a great gift or collectible for fans of Mark Twain.
Born Samuel Langhorne Clemens, Mark Twain (1835 - 1910) is arguably the best-known American author. Most celebrated for his witty and satirical writing, Twain was also very well-known during his lifetime for his oratory and storytelling skills. Twain passed away in April 1910.