If Huck Finn gets edited, why not the Bible, too?
Lately, there has been a lot of talk surrounding Mark Twain's classic Huckleberry Finn getting published without the racial slurs that graced the original.
In the novel, considered a hallmark of American literature, a boy named Huck Finn and his runaway slave companion, Jim, take off down a river: far out of sight and mind of the society they once belonged to.
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