"My alarm, aroused by Twain's precise rendering of childhood's fear of death & abandonment, remains- as it should. My fury at the maze of deceit, the risk of personal harm that a white child is forced to negotiate in a race-inflicted society, is dissipated by the exquisite uses to which Twain puts that maze, that risk." --Toni Morrison, on The Adventures of Huckleberry Fin
Condition is fair.
1965 Bantam Books edition