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Mark Twains novel The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is by any means a classic However there are several flaws First of all the coincidence that everything happens with in my mind detracts some from the story The other major problem is that the book seems to drag on and on the closer you get to the end as if Twain had a page quota to fill and was not worried about the story The other problem brought up on our hand-out was Hucks lack of seriousness in what was a very serious situation for Jim As for the coincidence part it appears most obviously as you read towards the end For example Huck ends up at Aunt Pollys and I was thinking yeahright those chances are about one in a million And then after Huck tells Aunt Polly that he is Tom Tom shows upuh-huh I bet It is things such as those I just mentioned that make it very difficult for me to read a book without becoming frustrated It is probably because I am used to real life and like it or not real life is just not that perfect My other gripe was that Twain seems to ramble on and on and on an To me it seems as if the story that he was writing became faint shortly after the time when Huck says Its me George Jackson sirpg 95 I do have to give him that the feud was interesting filler but you can only take so much filler Then when John Wayne The Duke and Elvis The King come along there seem to be four or five stops along the river that except for one little detail are the same Please excuse the jump back but how coincidental is it that you have a Duke and a King on the same raft in the middle of the Mississippi river yes I do
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