Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chapters 11 to 15

By Mark Twain

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...HUCKLEBERRY FINN

By Mark Twain

Part 3.



CHAPTER XI.

"COME in," says the woman, and I did. She...

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...know who killed him. Some think old Finn done it himself."

"No--is that so?"

"Most everybody...

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...lay around
every day for people to pick up? Some folks think the nigger ain't...

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...to me I said it was Sarah; so I felt sort of cornered,
and was afeared...

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...clapped my
legs together on it and she went on talking. But only about a...

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...I
must take the right hand, and five mile would fetch me to Goshen."

"He was drunk,...

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...trouble you send word to Mrs. Judith Loftus, which is me,
and I'll do what I...

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...island at
last, and the raft did seem to go mighty slow. If a boat...

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...out of the
cottonwood thicket, and looked up and down and across; nothing in sight;
so Jim...

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...now I used to slip ashore towards ten o'clock at some little
village, and buy ten...

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...The lightning showed her very
distinct. She was leaning over, with part of her upper...

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...in the dark, towards the texas, feeling our way slow with our
feet, and spreading our...

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...RIGHTS--that's what for. But I lay you
ain't a-goin' to threaten nobody any more, Jim...

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...some way that's jist as
good and at the same time don't bring you into no...

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...he said. But I said, come on, if we get left on this wreck...

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...out after our raft. Now was the
first time that I begun to worry about...

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...of a startlish way; but when he see it was only
me he took a good...

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...wreck till we was right on it; and so WE
saddle-baggsed; but all of us was...

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...most interest in.

Well, before long here comes the wreck, dim and dusky, sliding along
down! A...

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...get the reward, and
then Miss Watson would sell him South, sure. Well, he was...

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...say, he WARN'T no wise man nuther. He had
some er de dad-fetchedes' ways I...

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...mo'. A chile er two, mo' er less, warn't
no consekens to Sollermun, dad fatch...

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...man. Is a cow a
man?--er is a cow a cat?"

"No, she ain't either of...

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...have to hold your hands still at such a time. I
whooped and listened. ...

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...floating along, of course, four or five miles an hour; but you don't
ever think of...

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...to me they seemed to come up
dim out of last week.

It was a monstrous big...

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...seen no towhead? Looky here, didn't de line pull loose en de
raf' go a-hummin'...

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...of towheads was troubles we was
going to get into with quarrelsome people and all kinds...