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Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Style

"That all comes of my being such a fool as to not remember that wherever you leave a dead snake its mate always comes there and curls around it."

— Mark Twain, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn


5 ITEMS

 
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  TUTORIAL  •  RUN TIME  03:40

Style Overview

Pick up tips on how to help your students understand the stylistic relevance of older texts to their current lives.

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  TUTORIAL  •  RUN TIME  03:40

Reading of Book Excerpt

Feel the different elements of style bursting forth in this compelling read of Col. Sherburn's soliloquy.

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  DOCUMENT  •  4 PAGES

Cool Tool: What's Your Style?

Use this downloadable activity to help your students relate the author's style to their personal contexts.

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  TUTORIAL  •  RUN TIME  02:40

Hear Your Peer

What are some real-life lessons to be learned from Huckleberry Finn? Hear it straight from your peers.

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  TUTORIAL  •  RUN TIME  01:20

Conclusion

Listen as Dr. Chadwick breaks down Twain's style and presents it as a template for your student writers.


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