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Huckleberry Finn: would you use Usborne's Abridged?

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Huckleberry Finn is on our reading list and the book I ordered came with such fine print I can barely read it. So I will have to get another copy, and I noticed there is an Usborne abridged version. Has anyone read this one? I would love to hear your review. Thank you 

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Agreeing with previous posters -- at high school level, there are only rare times to use abridged versions. Here are some free options of complete versions for you:


FREE read on line -- make your screen type as big as you like :)

pdf file version

Page By Page Books - read at website

Gutenberg Project - download in format of choice (E-pub, Kindle, plain text, etc.)


FREE audiobook versions:


Loud Lit

Audio Book Treasury

Internet Archive

Free Classic Audio Books - downloadable M3P player version

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