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Mark Twain's Famous Outcasts Float Through Three Centuries

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Huck Finn and his friend Jim float down the Mississippi through the Jim Crow South and Hurricane Katrina in a new book called The Boy in His Winter. NPR's Scott Simon talks with author Norman Lock.

Source: NPR

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