Table of Contents for Adventures of Huckleberry Finn


Illustrations
xvii
Foreword xix
Mark Twain on Tour xxix
ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN
Notice xliii
Explanatory xlv
1 Civilizing Huck.---Miss Watson.---Tom Sawyer Waits
1(5)
2 The Boys Escape Jim.---Tom Sawyer's Gang.---Deep-laid Plans
6(7)
3 A Good Going-over.---Grace Triumphant.---"One of Tom Sawyer's Lies"
13(5)
4 Huck and the Judge.---Superstition
18(5)
5 Huck's Father.---The Fond Parent.---Reform
23(6)
6 He Went for Judge Thatcher.---Huck Decides to Leave.---Political Economy.---Thrashing Around
29(8)
7 Laying for Him.---Locked in the Cabin.---Sinking the Body.---Resting
37(8)
8 Sleeping in the Woods.---Raising the Dead.---Exploring the Island.---Finding Jim.---Jim's Escape.---Signs.---"Balum"
45(13)
9 The Cave.---The Floating House
58(5)
10 The Find.---Old Hank Bunker.---In Disguise
63(5)
11 Huck and the Woman.---The Search.---Prevarication.---Going to Goshen
68(9)
12 Slow Navigation.---Borrowing Things.---Boarding the Wreck.---The Plotters.---Hunting for the Boat
77(9)
13 Escaping from the Wreck.---The Watchman.---Sinking
86(7)
14 A General Good Time.---The Harem.---French
93(6)
15 Huck Loses the Raft.---In the Fog.---Huck Finds the Raft.---Trash
99(7)
16 "Give Us a Rest."---The Corpse-Maker Crows.---"The Child of Calamity."---They Both Weaken.---Little Davy Steps In.---After the Battle.---Ed's Adventures.---Something Queer.---A Haunted Barrel.---It Brings a Storm.---The Barrel Pursues.---Killed by Lightning.---Allbright Atones.---Ed Gets Mad.---Snake or Boy?---"Snake Him Out."---Some Lively Lying.---Off and Overboard.---Expectations.---A White Lie.---Floating Currency.---Running by Cairo.---Swimming Ashore
106(26)
17 An Evening Call.---The Farm in Arkansaw.---Interior Decorations.---Stephen Dowling Bots.---Poetical Effusions
132(10)
18 Col. Grangerford.---Aristocracy.---Feuds.---The Testament.---Recovering the Raft.---The Wood-pile.---Pork and Cabbage
142(14)
19 Tying Up Daytimes.---An Astronomical Theory.---Running a Temperance Revival.---The Duke of Bridgewater.---The Troubles of Royalty
156(10)
20 Huck Explains.---Laying Out a Campaign.---Working the Camp-meeting.---A Pirate at the Camp-meeting.---The Duke as a Printer
166(11)
21 Sword Exercise.---Hamlet's Soliloquy.---They Loafed Around Town.---A Lazy Town.---Old Boggs.---Dead
177(12)
22 Sherburn.---Attending the Circus.---Intoxication in the Ring.---The Thrilling Tragedy
189(7)
23 "Sold!"---Royal Comparisons.---Jim Gets Homesick
196(7)
24 Jim in Royal Robes.---They Take a Passenger.---Getting Information.---Family Grief
203(8)
25 "Is It Them?"---Singing the "Doxolojer."---Awful Square.---Funeral Orgies.---A Bad Investment
211(9)
26 A Pious King.---The King's Clergy.---She Asked His Pardon.---Hiding in the Room.---Huck Takes the Money
220(10)
27 The Funeral.---Satisfying Curiosity.---Suspicious of Huck.---Quick Sales and Small Profits
230(8)
28 The Trip to England.---"The Brute!"---Mary Jane Decides to Leave.---Huck Parting with Mary Jane.---Mumps.---The Opposition Line
238(11)
29 Contested Relationship.---The King Explains the Loss.---A Question of Handwriting.---Digging up the Corpse.---Huck Escapes
249(12)
30 The King Went for Him.---A Royal Row.---Powerful Mellow
261(4)
31 Ominous Plans.---News of Jim.---Old Recollections.---A Sheep Story.---Valuable Information
265(11)
32 Still and Sunday-like.---Mistaken Identity.---Up a Stump.---In a Dilemma
276(7)
33 A Nigger Stealer.---Southern Hospitality.---A Pretty Long Blessing.---Tar and Feathers
283(8)
34 The Hut by the Ash-hopper.---Outrageous.---Climbing the Lightning Rod.---Troubled with Witches
291(7)
35 Escaping Properly.---Dark Schemes.---Discrimination in Stealing.---A Deep Hole
298(8)
36 The Lightning Rod.---His Level Best.---A Bequest to Posterity.---A High Figure
306(7)
37 The Lost Shirt.---Mooning Around.---Sailing Orders.---The Witch Pie
313(8)
38 The Coat of Arms.---A Skilled Superintendent.---Unpleasant Glory.---A Tearful Subject
321(8)
39 Rats.---Lively Bed-fellows.---The Straw Dummy
329(6)
40 Fishing.---The Vigilance Committee.---A Lively Run.---Jim Advises a Doctor
335(8)
41 The Doctor.---Uncle Silas.---Sister Hotchkiss.---Aunt Sally in Trouble
343(8)
42 Tom Sawyer Wounded.---The Doctor's Story.---Tom Confesses.---Aunt Polly Arrives.---"Hand Out Them Letters"
351(9)
Chapter the Last: Out of Bondage.---Paying the Captive.---Yours Truly Huck Finn 360(5)
Maps 365(8)
Explanatory Notes 373(79)
Glossary 452(7)
Three Passages from the Manuscript 459(33)
Manuscript Facsimiles 492(18)
References 510(39)
Note on the Text 549