The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn - online book

Complete illustrated version of Mark Twain's classic book.

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"Now, there's sense in that," I says. "Letting on don't cost nothing; letting on ain't no trouble ; and if it's any object, I don't mind letting on we was at it a hundred and fifty year. It wouldn't strain me none, after I got my hand in. So I'll mosey along now, and smouch a couple of case-knives."
"Smouch three," he says ; "we want one to make a saw out of."
"'Tom, if it ain't unregular and irreligious to sejest it," I says, "there's an old rusty saw-blade around yonder sticking under the weatherboarding behind the smoke-house."
He looked kind of weary and discouraged-like, and says :
" It ain't no use to try to learn you nothing, Huck. Eun along and smoucb the knives—three of them." So I done it.